Discovering Delilah is a Lesbian romance (#LGBT).
After the death of her parents on the day of her college graduation, Delilah Armstrong thought she could finally follow her heart and come out to her closest friends, but the guilt of going against her parents' beliefs haunts her. The feelings she has for her best friend, Ashley, are stronger than anything she's felt before, but Delilah has never even kissed a girl, and fear stops her at every turn.
Ashley Carver promised herself that she would never again date another girl who wasn't out, but that was before she met intoxicatingly sweet and sexy Delilah.
When another girl offers to teach Delilah the ropes, it changes Delilah's whole world and gives her the courage to go after the only girl she really wants. But coming out isn't as easy as Delilah imagined, and moving past her parents' death and the feelings of guilt she is left with is even harder. The intense passion between Ashley and Delilah is too strong to deny, but coming together means risking everything.
Discovering Delilah is an edgy, evocative, romantic story of friendship, family, and the courage to love.
Coming soon is the full Harborside Nights series:
Catching Cassidy (Het)
Discovering Delilah (F/F)
Tempting Tristan (M/M)
Characters from the Love in Bloom series will appear in the Harborside Nights books. Harborside Nights is a sexy, hot, and evocatively real contemporary romance series that follows a group of friends who have known one another for years as "summer" friends and now come together after college to build their lives. They're tough, edgy, and accepting - most of the time. Discovering Delilah is written in the loving, raw, and emotional voice listeners have come to love by New York Times and USA Today best-selling, award-winning author Melissa Foster.
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not for me
I have read a lot of Ms. Foster's books but this was not a favorite for me. I realize that Delilah has a lot if issues that she needs to work through from grief over her the death of her parents to her sexuality but over all I found her to be a really weak character. She spends a majority of the book going back and forth over her feelings for Ashley and the perceptions that she felt that her parents would have as well as thinking that others would not approve of her being a lesbian. Ashley was the stronger character and comfortable with her sexuality and wants her partner to be the same which was difficult since Delilah spent most of the book not wanting to acknowledge their relationship. Add in the Janessa character who is interested in Deliliah, has a hook up with her but does not want a relationship with her and is a character that Ashley is clearly jealous of who keeps reappearing throughout the portion of this book that I was able to get through.
Overall, there was a lot that was going on in this book and it was hard to keep my interest. I generally enjoy Ms. Foster's books but this turned out not to be the book for me.
The performance by the narrators was done well by Ms. Arndt and Ms. Erikson and if the story was for me I would have enjoyed their entire performance.