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Confessions From the Dark

Nobody should ever have to lose a baby before it’s born.

Nobody should ever have to lose a baby before it’s born. Both author Cori and artist Kat feel hollow, yet their strong bond enables them to go on despite tragedy since they’ve been through thick and thin before.

The couple has the support of family and friends, though their romantic antics scream for Cori and Kat’s help. This work of LGBT fiction explores the many facets of sexual identity and attraction. From the philandering of Cori’s high-profile uncle, to the throuple situation of their endearing friend Harold, there’s never a dull moment when it comes to love in Boston, Massachusetts.

Kat has some big life change surprises in store and has been conspiring with Cori’s mom and aunt behind her back. Is the couple headed for another tragedy in this lesbian romance, or will their enduring love conquer all?

Losing a baby before birth is devastating. Cori and Kat feel empty, but their strong bond helps them survive. They have family and friends, but they also need their help with their love troubles.

This LGBT fiction explores sexual identity and attraction. Cori’s uncle, Harold’s throuple, and more spice up love in Boston.

Kat has big surprises and secrets. Will they ruin this lesbian romance, or will love win?

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About this book

Genre

Contemporary Romance

Author(s)

TB Markinson

Length

315 pages

Formats

ebook

Audio length

Narrator

Release date

June 26, 2016

Series

The Confessions Series

What readers say
Christine Rains
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This second book in the contemporary romance series, Confessions, is even better than the first.
Erica Spadafora
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Loved this book. It really makes you feel like you know the characters.
Sarah King
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I got a whole lot more out of this book than I was expecting. Seriously what a fantastic read.
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