Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Lesbian Romance: Why Are People So Fascinated By Girl On Girl Action?

Please welcome our guest blogger Berengaria Brown is multipublished author.  
Lesbian Romance: Why are People So Fascinated By Girl On Girl action?
As soon as there’s an item in the news about two female celebrities kissing, men swarm to the site, attracted by it. Women have always kissed each other in public. Yeah, sure, mostly its air kisses, but the concept is older than time. So what’s the attraction? Why all the hype?
Are men worried about the whole idea of women satisfying each other romantically, and men finding themselves no longer needed? Or do they lust after seeing twice as many breasts, twice as much female flesh to taste and touch?
More recently women are openly finding and reading lesbian fiction. Is it something they’ve always enjoyed, but previously hidden? Or is it something new, that fulfils a need they weren’t previously aware of having?
There’s something exciting about a kick-ass heroine who can save herself from danger finding romance for herself too. Finding her perfect match in maybe another kick-ass type, or possibly in someone softer, sweeter, gentler. Either way, the sex is sure to be explosive. After all, no one knows what turns a woman on, like another woman does. Likely because it turns her on too.
My fourth lesbian erotic romance novella has just been released. If you’ve never yet tried lesbian erotica be daring, give it a try!

"Paige's Passion" blurb
Paige is sent on a business trip and invites her good friend Madeline to go with her. They’ve been lusting after each other for some time but Paige was worried that taking the step to a sexual relationship might destroy their friendship. At the end of the second night they are committed to an ongoing relationship together.
But when they get back to their ordinary lives Paige is consumed by her job. Paige desperately wants the relationship to work, but her career is very important to her and Maddie is so easy-going. Can they ever be happy together?

STORY Excerpt WARNING Lesbian Romance
At forty, Madeline's hair was still a shiny chestnut with no signs of gray, her hazel eyes were always alive with fun, and she flitted from job to job as the mood took her. Paige, ten years younger, considered her short, dark brown hair and brown eyes positively dull beside the vivacious Maddy.
Paige grunted some affirmative noises, but her eyes and her mind were on that huge bed. She sat on the side of it and sank deeply into a cushy mattress and puffy quilt.
I'll finally be sharing a bed with Maddy. It's what I've wanted to do for so long. She turns me on so much more than any man ever has. And I know she's bisexual, she makes no secret of that. But does she desire me in that way? And if we fuck, will that ruin our friendship? We get on so well together. Will taking our relationship to a sexual level destroy our ability to have fun together? Gods, I wish I knew what to do here!
"Hey, wake up! Let's go try out the pool and hot tub on the roof," suggested Maddy, bouncing back into the room.
"Good plan. You change in the bathroom and I'll change here. But you have to put your clothes and shoes back on; they don't let you in the hallways just in swimwear."
"Not a problem," responded Maddy, grabbing her tote bag and heading back into the bathroom.
Paige changed into her plain navy one-piece and hastily dropped an equally plain navy A-line skirt over it. She was buttoning up a pale blue shirt when Maddy called out, "Okay to enter?"
"Yeah, sure," Paige replied, moving over to her luggage to grab her flip-flops.
Paige's heart began to beat so hard it almost drummed its way out of her chest as she looked at Maddy. Her friend was wearing a bright candy pink and orange tankini that should have clashed horribly with her hair, yet somehow looked stunning. Maddy's lush breasts stretched the top enticingly, her hips rounded out the bottom, and her belly protruded just the slightest bit, making a smooth-flowing curve across the garment that was very enjoyable to look at. Her legs were long and straight and slightly muscled, yet very feminine.
Maddy dropped a pink sundress over her head, slid her feet into matching pink sandals, and asked, "Are there pool towels, or do we need to take towels with us?"
"When I went up to look at it before you arrived, there was a stack of pool towels on a table by the door."
"Excellent. Let's go."
Paige grabbed her keycard and followed Maddy to the door, trying not to drool at her friend's yummy ass swaying beneath the sundress. It was even worse as they got off the elevator and walked up the few steps to the pool entry. Maddy's calf muscles flexed and stretched. Her ass swung slightly and Paige's cunt clenched with desire. She's my friend. Just a friend. Someone to hang out with and talk to. Not a lover, she told herself sternly.

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Berengaria Brown said...

Hi Divas,
Thank you so much for hosting me today

Harlie Reader said...

Morning. The blurb sounds great. I typically don't read f/f but this book sounds really interesting. Thanks for sharing.

Sarah J. McNeal said...

Good morning, Berengaria. We're very happy to have you with us today.
I believe many readers like to explore all the different aspects of romance including f/f love. A very thought provoking blog.
I wish you much success with your book, Paige's Passion.

Tina Donahue said...

In this many times sad and lonely world, if you do find love - and if it's between consenting adults - then I say go for it. :)

Michael said...

Its on my TBR B! I agree with Tina wholeheartedly!

Congrats as always, lady.

S.Lira aka Michael M/Rawiya

Fiona McGier said...

Love the colorful cover! Good luck with sales.

Anonymous said...

Berengaria,It is an interesting topic and as a male I usually don't read gay fiction of any kind. I have read a few of this genre, mainly to see just what the fastination is and what if any differences there are. I also don't condem or critize something unless I research it and know why or if I do have a problem with it. I do find F/F better than M/M, sorry I just have too much of a problem with M/M, It more me than the subject. In my Vampire romance, there is some
F/F foreplay, I didn't originally plan it but it just happened and it seemed to fit and work well with the story line.
I find your excerpt interesting as well as your post
G W Pickle

Berengaria Brown said...

Hi Harlie, Sarah, Tina, Michael, Fiona, and GW. Thank you all so much for dropping by and stopping to post a comment. Thank you for your kind words and interest in the topic, and for your thoughtful remarks.

Adele Dubois said...


I wonder if F/F stories will catch on the way M/M stories did for women. I hope so.

Want to laugh? One of my early erotic novels was rejected because it had a girl-on-girl scene. I had to cut the scene to sell the book. Shortly thereafter, the publisher began accepting F/F stories. I was ahead of my time.

My first F/F short story will appear in the GIRLS WHO BITE anthology in September.

Best of luck with your releases! I wish you well.