Ride the Rainbow Books
Rating: 4 Cups
GIC (Gay is a Choice) is an organization Frances Dourne has developed and expanded for years, and for the first time in more years than she cares to think of, she will not be living a lie. It is time to hold a press conference that will rock GIC, and maybe the entire country and its message will be clear: Frances Dourne is gay.
In the two years since Elena Marie Elise became a call girl, she has serviced quite a few VIP’s, but maybe none as controversial as Frances Dourne. She cannot fathom why this woman would want a prostitute, and when she finds out, she is stunned speechless.
She knows the media will come down on her like a ton of bricks, but Frances has delayed long enough and it is time. Her only concession is having someone to talk to and maybe share her fears with, and she has found that person in a prostitute. The barricades that Elena has built around her heart since her son died are slowly crumbling with every moment she spends in Frances’ company. This woman who has become a pariah in the gay community, is worming her way into Elena’s heart, and no one is more surprised than Elena herself.
With the tragedy in these two women’s lives it is easy to imagine them finding comfort in each other’s arms. This romance, however, is a bit more complicated than that, although with them being women that should not come as too much of a shock. There is plenty of deceit and lies to each other as well as themselves, which provides multiple hurdles for Frances and Elena to overcome. The dips and swells of emotion will keep you hanging on every word, and if that is not enough, a long lost child is added into the mix.
Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More