Book: Driven (Oaktown Girls Book 1) by Suzanne Faltercategories: Book, Lesbian Fiction, Contemporary Romance, Chick-Lit, Women's Fiction, LGBTQ Fiction, Lesbian Romance
Suzanne Falterabout this book: I've always wanted to write a lesbian romance, so I created the Oaktown Girls Series. Yet an interesting thing happened as I wrote.
What I wound up with is more a fun, fast-moving novel in the chick-lit genre, starring an eclectic group of lesbians in my town – Oakland, California. It's not so much about sex. Instead, it's full of page-turning situations around the clash between Oakland's old school lesbians and the new techy wave of gentrification.
And yes, there is a powerful love story as well.
Midwest Review of Books just said this about Driven:
"This is the unexpected heart of a vivid story that doesn't just capture two women at the crossroads of their own business and personal transitions, but a community on the cusp of values changes.
It's just one of the reasons why Driven stands out from most other novels centered in the Bay Area…."
Join Driven Garage co-owners Lizzy and Tenika, and learn how they work to save their business from a brash newcomer who wants to take them down, no matter what it takes.
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