8 Novels by Erica Lee
Overview: Erica Lee is new to the writing scene. She wrote her first book “Dear Santa: I’m Gay” in December 2016, which is a fictional story that closely resembles some of the feelings she experienced while coming out. She got into writing because she saw the need for more LGBT representation. She has three books published at this point – Dear Santa: I’m Gay, Cindy: A Modern Day Cinderella Story, and Life Begins With You. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her friends, family, bunny, and chinchilla.
Genre: Fiction > Romance | FF
Rory Montgomery thought she had her whole life figured out. While she loved weddings and everything involved in them, she knew marriage wasn’t the path for her. She was happy casually dating. At least that’s what she thought until she met the beautiful, flirtatious Jenny Hanson at a wedding and her whole world was turned upside down. Jenny didn’t have any plans of getting married either. It was the perfect formula for a lasting friendship, except for the fact that the two girls were highly attracted to each other and lived at opposite ends of the country. As the two girls navigate through this friendship filled with plane rides, weddings, and lots of flirting, Rory begins to question if the life she always planned on is really what she wants.
Life Begins With You: A Lesbian Romance Novel
Rebecca and Cassie were childhood best friends until their lives took different directions. By the time they reached high school, Rebecca became interested in soccer and running with the preppy crowd, while Cassie was more interested in skipping class and shoplifting. Their lives cross paths again when Rebecca ends up teaching Cassie’s little sister. Aside from their sexuality and distaste toward their small town, it seems the two have nothing in common. But as the two begin getting closer, it becomes obvious that there is much more to people than what meets the eye. Is Rebecca willing to possibly risk her career to pursue a relationship with a student’s relative? Will Cassie be able to let go of the past to move into the future with Rebecca? Life would be simple if these were the only problems they had to face, but it turns out Rebecca and Cassie have much bigger mountains to climb if they want to reach their happy ending.
Falling for Faith
Joey McGolden didn’t believe in anything. She didn’t believe in love, she didn’t believe in other people, and she certainly didn’t believe in God. Most of her life had been spent being rejected by those closest to her all because of her sexuality, so Joey was convinced she could never believe again. That was until a fateful mishap of her college track team led her right to Faith Hopkins.
Faith was everything Joey was not – positive, outgoing, and worst of all, a Christian. As the two grow closer, Joey begins to realize that maybe she could believe again. But will she ever be able to fully let go of the past so she can accept both God and Faith into her heart or are the demons from her past too much to overcome?
Finding Home: A Romantic Christmas Novella
Christmas is supposed to be the happiest time of the year, right? That’s what Taylor Bradley thought before her fiance broke up with her just weeks before their winter wedding. Without anywhere else to go, Taylor is forced to leave New York and return to her small Pennsylvania hometown – the town that she had worked so hard to escape. As if the memories of her mother’s death and her strained relationship with her father weren’t enough to make her dread this homecoming, she was also going to have to confront the girl she left behind seven years before. Alexis Wright planned on following Taylor Bradley anywhere. That was until a death in her family turned her life upside down and she decided to stay behind in her small town while Taylor left for the big city. Reuniting for the first time in seven years has both girls questioning decisions that they made in the past and worrying about what the future might hold. Is a holiday romance enough to fill a void from the past or will they be left even more heartbroken than before?
Holiday Healing : A Romantic Christmas Novella
Adrienne Rosen and Layla Harvey were looking for a fresh start. While Layla’s fresh start took her out to a high paced life in LA, Adrienne ended up in the small hometown that Layla had left behind. After 10 years away from her hometown, Layla is coming home for Christmas, much to the dismay of Adrienne who has worked for and lived with Layla’s nana the past 6 years. The girls know that they need to learn to put aside their differences and get along as nana Harvey insists that they spend all their time together. What they didn’t bargain for was the feelings that they would develop. Is the magic of Christmas enough to let go of their pasts and move into a future together?
Sunsets and Shades
Kinsley Scott is a lesbian romance author who doesn’t actually believe in love. While her alter ego, Laurel Lake, loves happy endings and epic love stories, Kinsley has a more cynical view of the world. Grace Harper is a hopeless romantic hanging on every word of the lesbian romance novels she reads. She believes her happy ending is right around the corner if she can just move on from the ex who cheated on her. When Grace’s childhood best friend, Leah, suggests that she comes to Philly to get space from her ex, it seems like the perfect opportunity to start over, especially since Leah’s roommate is none other than Laurel Lake – Grace’s favorite romance author. Grace quickly learns that people aren’t always how they appear online and is disappointed to find that Kinsley Scott is nothing like Laurel Lake. She’s rude and vulgar and, unfortunately, irresistibly sexy. There is also much more to her than meets the eye, and as the two grow closer, her tough exterior is quickly stripped away, revealing much more than Grace ever bargained for.
Anyone But Her
Reagan Cooper has been an out and proud lesbian since high school, but can’t say no when her gay best friend, Jamie Miller, asks her to pretend to be his girlfriend for his family reunion. Jamie has been there for her through everything. Plus, she’s interested in learning more about the family he never speaks of. Living in California for eight years, Charlie Miller has been able to live authentically, but being back in her small Maryland hometown with her conservative family means going back into the closet. What she didn’t expect was to be so attracted to her brother’s girlfriend.
Three lives. One truth.
Carly Foster has spent her twenties dating one mistake after another. When she meets Diana Cox, she thinks she finally chose a good one. Little does Carly know, Diana is hiding a big secret. When Diana admits to what she has been hiding, it’s Carly’s turn to decide whether the possibility of Diana being the one is enough to risk making another mistake. Samantha Phillips is Carly’s best friend, and she has a secret of her own. For years, she has been in love with someone she shouldn’t be. Now she is trying to throw herself back into the dating world and struggling with losing her best friend to a woman who doesn’t seem to deserve her. Hailey Smith should have it all. She’s married to her high school sweetheart and together they have a sweet little girl. Unfortunately, things aren’t always as perfect as they seem, and Hailey worries her wife may be cheating on her. These three are about to find out that their lives are connected in ways they would have never imagined. All three have their own story and their own perspective of the life they are living. Every person they meet also does. That leaves one very important question – what is the truth?