Book cover of A London Love Story by TB Markinson and Miranda MacLeod
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A London Love Story

Four young American women form an unlikely bond as they search for sapphic love and the meaning of life in London.

Taylor Elliott, an aspiring writer with few practical life skills, is on her last chance when she moves to London to work for the father she barely knows. Her world is turned topsy-turvy by a woman who’s so wrong for her she might actually be right.

Emma Garfield is a talented but stubborn chef from the American South who dreams of running her own Michelin-starred restaurant, but her temper gets her into hot water. She gives relationships a hard pass, but could her latest fling be different?

Jasmine Singh is a perpetual graduate student who was born and raised in Ohio. She has every step of her life planned to perfection, including marrying her very nice boyfriend, Dave, until a curious spark throws it all off course.

Lexi Channing is the biracial adopted daughter of a prominent Wall Street family in New York City. When she isn’t dealing with the world’s most demanding client, she’s pining for her straight best friend.

If you enjoy shows like The L Word and Sex and the City, don’t miss the latest collaboration of Miranda MacLeod and TB Markinson.

Taylor Elliott is a clueless writer who moves to London to work for her estranged father. She meets a woman who turns her world upside down.

Emma Garfield is a fiery chef from the South who wants to run her own restaurant, but her temper causes trouble. She avoids relationships, but her new lover might change her mind.

Jasmine Singh is a meticulous graduate student who has her life mapped out, including marrying her nice boyfriend, Dave, until a surprise attraction shakes her up.

Lexi Channing is the adopted daughter of a wealthy Wall Street family. She has a crush on her straight best friend and a difficult client to handle.

If you like The L Word and Sex and the City, you’ll love this sapphic romance novel by Miranda MacLeod and TB Markinson.

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Image of four flames to symbolize heat level 4
About this book


Contemporary Romance


Miranda MacLeod & TB Markinson


428 pages


ebook, paperback, audiobook

Audio length

10 hrs. 1 min.


Lori Prince & Marisa Calin

Release date

April 24, 2020



What readers say
Women Using Words
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The writing is solid, the romance is fun, the sex is steamy and the narration is beyond fabulous.
Mari Stark
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The plots and subplots are so intriguing and the characters are very likeable.
Michelle Johnson
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Such a group of women and their topsy turvy, high faluting lifestyles, bed hopping and bonkers antics.
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