Crossing the Wide Forever

Crossing The Wide Forever 300 DPICrossing the Wide Forever is a lesbian romance set on the wild frontier.

Cody Walsh leaves Arkansas for California. Lured by stories of opportunity, even for women, Cody disguises herself as a man and prepares for the arduous journey west.

Lillie Ellis leaves New York to accept a post as a schoolteacher on the frontier near a small homestead she just inherited from her uncle. Lillie’s ultimate desire is to become a painter, and she hopes the Kansas frontier will offer her the freedom to follow that dream. In the nineteenth century, a young woman has few options in the East that don’t revolve around marriage and motherhood. Lillie is interested in neither.

Cody rescues Lillie after a chance encounter in Independence, Missouri. Their destinies and desires become entwined as they face the perils of the untamed West. Despite their differences, they discover that love’s uncharted frontier is not for the weak in spirit or the faint of heart.

Release date: June 2017
Available: Bold Strokes Books, Bookshop, Amazon

Reviews for Crossing the Wide Forever

“Crossing the Wide Forever is a near-heroic love story set in an epic time, told with almost lyrical prose. Words on the page will carry the reader, along with the main characters, back into history and into adventure. It’s a tale that’s easy to read, with enchanting main characters, despicable villains, and supportive friendships, producing a fascinating account of passion and adventure.” – Lambda Literary Review

“This was a great romance! It was full of wonderful historical detail but so not boring. There is alittle bit of everything-tender romance, sex, angst and just enough drama to keep things interesting. Very much enjoyed this one!!” — Stephanie

“This was a really sweet historical romance. The characters were well written, with depth and heart. There was adventure, action, and romance.” — Amanda

“I rather felt as if I was really there – the muddy rain filled wagon journey, the bouncing train, the smoky air of St. Louis… Enjoyable book. Quite readable. Oh, and somewhat surprising to me, much sex… ” — Lexxi Kitty