NEW YORK, September 14, 2022 (Newswire.com) - Fulton Books author Nevaeh A.R., a first-time author, has completed her most recent book "She and I: Two People in Lust": a captivating and stirring tale of a love that will face the adversities of society, religion, and family while trying to suppress the raging attraction and desire that spark within their hearts. It is about the romance of Jamie and Talia, two women drawn towards each other ever since the first time they met. Will they be able to break the wall built by the people around them? Or will this passion just leave them breaking themselves in the end?
A.R. shares, "She and I: Two People in Lust is a story that takes place in Seattle, Washington. Jamie is a nineteen-year-old college freshman who is trying to find herself and heal from her past. Talia, on the other hand, is a twenty-year-old college sophomore who is trying to deal with her mother and her religious ways. They meet in a bookstore, where everything begins to become more than a friendship. Their sexual tension is high, and they can't bear to control themselves after they meet for the first time. Jamie plays the more feminine character. She's vulnerable to Talia's more masculine and dominant appearance. As they try to fight the desire of it being more than sex, both characters find themselves in traumatic events that are either going to break them apart or make them realize how much they really want to be with each other."
Published by Fulton Books, Nevaeh A.R.'s intriguing fiction takes inspiration from her own life experiences while also weaving in a touch of a mysterious romance. It is a story about love, life, and growing up within this challenging society.
This is her first book in her journey as a young author.
Readers who wish to experience this potent work can purchase "She and I: Two People in Lust" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books