From the author of the best-selling Oaktown Girls series.
There are times in life when we must reveal who we truly are… or we cannot have the love we crave.
Tenika Cummins, the co-owner of the Driven garage, wants to become a parent. But first, she must reveal a long held secret she’s kept from everyone … including her wife. Rosalind, an Asian-American tech lesbian, must come out to her homophobic, evangelical parents before she can begin a relationship with her love-at-first sight crush, Monroe. But Monroe, who is non-binary, must confront their own family in court as they file for a new gender marker and name change. Three deeply engrossing stories of love, loss and the power of owning your truth interweave in this fourth book in the Oaktown Girls series.
“Well-written, with good explorations of relationships, inner turmoil, and growth of characters … it’s another good read!” – Curve Magazine
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Suzanne Falter is an author, speaker, blogger and podcaster who has published both fiction and non-fiction, as well as essays. She also speaks about self-care and the transformational healing of crisis, especially in her own life after the death of her daughter Teal. Her non-fiction books also include How Much Joy Can You Stand? and Surrendering to Joy. Suzanne is also the host of podcast Self-Care for Extremely Busy Women.
Suzanne’s essays have appeared in O Magazine, The New York Times, Elephant Journal, Tiny Buddha and Thrive Global among others. Her fiction titles include the Oaktown Girls series of lesbian romances, and the romantic suspense series, Transformed. Her non-fiction work, blog, podcasts and her online course, Self-Care for Extremely Busy Women, can be found at www.suzannefalter.com and on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Pinterest.
She lives with her wife in the San Francisco Bay Area.