Strange Bedfellows by Q. Kelly
(The Series) (Volume 1)

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Second-place 2011 Rainbow Award winner

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*** I've read books that are so good that I just can't put them down until I finish them. I've also read books that have been very difficult to get through because they are terrible. This book was different. I wanted the story to go on forever and found myself putting it down just so that I could come back to it later! It's kind of difficult to explain but it was so well written, and the characters were so realistic, I just wanted to have it to come back to again and again. Great read!

***Loved the characters, loved the story! --Tammy


Frances Dourne is apparently a shining example for ex-gays. She runs Gay is a Choice, a national ex-gays group. What people do not know is that she is deeply unhappy. She is ready to come out of the closet and be true to herself. She seeks help and feedback--and okay, maybe a sexual treat or two--from a high-class call girl.

Elena, the call girl, wants to escape from the realities of her past, and her job allows her to do so. She never gets attached to her clients, but her new client surprises her. Can Elena and Frances learn to trust each other enough to find the love they seek in each other's arms?

This book is 75,000 words.

About Q. Kelly

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Fact One: Q. Kelly likes corny jokes.Fact Two: Q. Kelly's favorite color is purple, but her writing is gray. Life is not black and white. She often writes about issues and characters where there is no "right" answer.Fact Three:Q. Kelly is weird. She likes being weird.
Published August 24, 2011 by Ride the Rainbow Books. 215 pages
Genres: Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction, Romance. Fiction

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