Tell Me

Tell Me by Deanna DiLorenzo


When Meagan Summers ends her three-year relationship with her deadbeat rocker boyfriend, the last thing she expects is to fall in love with a woman. Yet when she meets the beautiful blond poet, Amber Reed, that’s exactly what happens.

But Meagan finds her relationship with Amber is fraught with just as many anxieties and frustrations as her previous relationships. She struggles to come to terms with her newfound attraction to Amber as she juggles work, familial expectations, and her own guilt and insecurity. At times it seems the only solace she can find is in the cherished moonstone ring her beloved grandmother bestowed upon her before she died, along with some sage advice Meagan is just now beginning to understand.

Yet soon Meagan discovers she can’t be the person Amber needs her to be, and when their relationship comes to a dramatic end, Meagan finds herself fleeing to London in an attempt to put the pieces of her life back together. Just when she finally figures out how to make things right, a tragic accident occurs, threatening to undo everything and everyone around her.

2 thoughts on “Tell Me

  1. I find this one of the best lesbian novels I have read in ages. I especially loved the twist in the end; it took me by surprise and I am very grateful for it. It’s a sweet, credible and also funny novel about two likeable women, who fall in love with each other.

  2. Fantastic book! i was introduced to this book by a very good friend, and the book was finished in no time, held my attention throughout wanting to know how it was going to unfold.

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