Hello to those of you who follow my little column in here (don’t be shy, I know you’re somewhere out there). Today I have a delayed blog post about the release of the latest novella by the wonderful author Patient Lee, an erotic realism writer (you can check out her author spotlight in here to find out more about erotic realism). She published Milkweed & Gossamer in honor of Earth Day but since every day is a good day for a positive message combined with a beautiful new adult tale I bring her to your attention.
Patient Lee’s Milkweed and Gossamer
Jaime just turned eighteen, and she’s so passionate about saving the monarch butterflies, people call her Milkweed. Josh Gossamer is four years older than Milkweed, but they fall for each other while delivering milkweed plants and working in the butterfly house. Milkweed’s family does everything possible to keep them apart, fearing that Josh will talk her into giving up her virginity and then leave her forever at the end of the summer.
But there’s something her family doesn’t know about her brother, Scott, and he’ll do anything to protect his secret, even lie about Milkweed.
The monarch butterfly population in the United States is in trouble. People can help by planting milkweed to give the butterflies a place to lay their eggs and the caterpillars the food they need to survive. This Earth Day story will teach readers about the plight of the butterflies in a sweet, sexy erotic romance.
Will the first time be the last time, or will Milkweed and Gossamer find a way to be together when he leaves for grad school? Find out on Earth Day.
Not appropriate for readers under 18.