Title: Endless Days of Summer
Author: Stacy O'Steen
Genre: Asexual, F/F, Contemporary, New Adult
Release Date: July 1, 2015
Struggling to cope with the reality of her decision to live away from home, Penelope Van Buren is thrust into college life head first with nothing to break her fall. It's a whirlwind once her dorm mate convinces her to leave the room. Penelope finds friends in LGBTQA club but when the questions start flowing through Penelope's mind she realizes she's been wrong about so many things.
Seeing the world around her with new eyes, she analyzes an old relationship that may turn out to be even more than she thought it would be. In the end, Penelope needs to do what would make her happy. The problem is she can't seem to figure out what that is.
Trigger Warning: Sexual Violence
Penelope Van Buren is struggling to cope with the decision she made to live away from home.
Her college roommate convinces her to leave the dorm room and experience life.
She joins the LGBTQA club and finds friends but then she realizes she has been wrong about many things.
She begins to analyze an old relationship after seeing the world thru different eyes.
She needs to figure out what would make her happy.
This coming of age novel was well written. Stacy did a really good job weaving a story around Penelope and her life and the hard descions she has to make when it comes to her relationship with Sophie and her relationship with Summer as well as her relationship with her mom.
It was very well written and the dialogue flowed pretty well.
I look forward to reading more from Stacy she obviously knows how to write a very well written story that kept me engaged til the end!
In the hours between corralling her circus of animals and feeding her husband, Stacy breathes life into the characters running rampant in her mind. Born in the south with a proclivity for travel and the nerd life, Stacy rests her head in the clouds and daydreams of equality. When not writing or working, she loves to craft, and spends many a night curled up with her hot glue gun. An avid Chipotle fan, she hopes to eat at one in every state and country lucky enough to have one.
About the Publisher
Supposed Crimes, LLC publishes fiction and poetry primarily featuring lesbian characters and themes. The focus is on genre fiction–Westerns, Science Fiction, Horror, Action–rather than just romance. That’s how we set ourselves apart from our competitors. Our characters happen to love women and kick ass.
“Supposed crimes” refers to the idea that homosexuality was once outlawed. Thus, our authors are being subversive by writing. As times change this becomes more tongue-in-cheek. Yet, Christians writing lesbians and men writing lesbians are still subversive ideas in this industry. We encourage our authors to challenge stereotypes.