Whether you feel the victim or the offender, you might, in fact, be a little of both.’ Once upon a time, there was a woman called Beth Chambers. She wasn’t a princess, by any stretch of the imagination, nor did she live in a fairytale kingdom far far away.
What she did have was a broken relationship, a broken spirit, and a shattered view of life. After four years in a destructive relationship, Beth decides enough is enough. Then she meets Amy Fletcher, the woman who has it all . the woman whom she believes would never want more than friendship. But what she fails to realise is that everything is relative, and there is definitely two sides to every story.
Publisher: YlvaPublishing; 2 edition (June 17, 2015)
Genres: Lesbian Romance
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
L.T. Smith is a late bloomer when it comes to writing and didn’t begin until 2005 with her first novel Hearts and Flowers Border (first published in 2006). She soon caught the bug and has written numerous tales, usually with a comical slant to reflect, as she calls it, ‘My warped view of the dramatic.’ Although she loves to write, L.T. loves to read, too — being an English teacher seems to demand it. Most of her free time is spent with her furry little men — two fluffy balls of trouble who keep her active and her apologies flowing.
She is also a very popular author at websites such as The Athenaeum and The Academy of Bards under the name of “Fingersmith”. She is the Royal Academy of Bards 2008 Hall of Fame Author.