NEW RELEASE: Blue Woman Stories Volume 1 by Cheyenne Blue

Blue Woman Stories 1Cheyenne Blue should not be a stranger to anyone acquainted with Ladylit titles as she makes regular appearances in our themed mini-anthologies (such as Sweat, A Christmas to Remember, Bossy and the soon-to-be-released Cougars) and has edited the fabulous, recently published anthology Forbidden Fruit.

Cheyenne has been writing lesbian erotica since 2000 and has amassed quite a number of stories over the years. Ladylit has the extreme privilege of collecting these stories that have been scattered over numerous wonderful anthologies.

Blue Woman Stories Volume 1 is the first of a series of mini-anthologies containing the collected lesbian erotica of Cheyenne Blue that we’ll be releasing over the coming months. So, if you like Cheyenne’s contributions to any of the anthologies she has appeared in over the years, you’re in for a treat.

Here’s the blurb for Blue Woman Stories Volume 1
A long-time couple weave a fantasy of seducing a straight woman, old friends become lovers in the French countryside, and a cop sent to investigate a suspected dope grower finds more than she expects in a tropical garden. Cheyenne Blue’s lesbian erotica has been a staple of many anthologies since 2000. Blue Woman Stories Volume 1 collects together for the first time five of her best-loved stories.

Table of contents
What If?
A Tangle of Vines
Car Bomb
How Does Your Garden Grow?
Cully’s Run

And it’s available from these retailers
Direct from Ladylit
Amazon US
Amazon UK
Amazon CA
Amazon DE
Amazon AUS
All Romance

You can add Blue Woman Stories Volume 1 to your Goodreads shelf here >>

About the author
Cheyenne Blue’s erotic fiction has been included in over 90 erotic anthologies since 2000, including Best Lesbian Erotica, Best Women’s Erotica, Sweat, Bossy, and Wild Girls, Wild Nights. She is the editor of Forbidden Fruit: stories of unwise lesbian desire (Ladylit Publishing). Under her own name she has written travel books and articles, and edited anthologies of local writing in Ireland. She has lived in the U.K., Ireland, Colorado, and Switzerland, but now writes, runs, makes bread and cheese, and drinks wine by the beach in Queensland, Australia. Check out her blog at


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