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  1. Tamie says:

    Wonderful blog! Do you have any recommendations
    for aspiring writers? I’m hoping to start my own website soon but I’m a little
    lost on everything. Would you propose starting with a
    free platform like WordPress or go for a paid option? There are so many options out
    there that I’m completely confused .. Any recommendations?

  2. Dolores Pylate says:

    I’m Dolores, an old friend of your mom. I just spoke to her and she was telling me about all your accomplishments. Great to here that you are doing so good. I will try to get your books. I love to read.

  3. brenda says:

    Bless you and thank you for your integrity and honesty. I wish you well in everything you do. There is certainly a place in the world for lesbian romance. We’ve been limited for too long to reading straight romance and mentally changing the images and/or the names as we read.

  4. Lynn says:

    Great first book! Looking forward to more future writings.
    I’m not a writer, just a reader of 100’s of lesbian books. For what it’s worth (or not worth) the only thing I missed in your book was more of a realistic involvement of Murphy in Alex and Lia’s lives.

    • Aurora Rey says:

      Lynn, thank you so much! I appreciate the feedback–it’s definitely hard to find the balance between realistic and talking about the dog all the time (which is what it feels like at my house some days!). 🙂

  5. Rhonna Forgue says:

    I just finished reading your book WInter Harbor and I thought it was fabulous! I’ve always been a fan of Radclyffe’s Providence Town series and your story was very vivid in the way you told the story. I loved the chemistry between Lia and Alex. I’m looking forward to your next book in April. Great Job on your first novel.

    • Aurora Rey says:

      Rhonda, thank you so much! Being mentioned in the same sentence as Radclyffe is a compliment in itself. I’m thinking I might have to find a way to set another book in Provincetown–it’s too much fun not to! I hope you enjoy Built to Last, too. 🙂

  6. K. Perry says:

    I just found your books on line and love them. Being a fem,e myself, I love that you let bitch-femme relationships shine. Thank you! Will be looking for more of your books in the future.

  7. dykesdostuff says:

    started with Built to last and loved it. I really got into the story and characters and was completely involved in the story. I love the butch – femme dynamic in stories and wish there were more good stories with that combo. I have one pet peeve on the butch/femme stories, not specific to your stories ;o) When Im reading a story where one of the characters is clearly butch and the author leads you to the first sex scene and describes the butch taking off her panties. ummm no.. briefs, boxers, tighty whities but never panties. It kills the book for me. sorry personal rant on the butch femme dynamic and off topic.


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