Welcome To Ruby’s

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Allie Dawson and her group of friends consider Ruby’s their second home. The bar is where they all go to commiserate over drinks about crappy jobs, wrecked relationships, and life in general. Everyone is family and everyone comes to Ruby’s. Even though her job sucks, Allie’s life appears to be taking an especially good turn when a gorgeous dark-haired stranger comes walking into Ruby’s and sweeps her off her feet. As much as she wants to deny how she feels, the chemistry between them is an 11 on a scale of one to 10. Struggling through a nasty divorce, Vivian Wade is not looking for any more complications in her already crazy life, but when she goes north to Portland to check on business, she sees a blonde woman who takes her breath away. Although a relationship is the last thing she wants, she cannot deny what her body is telling her. When their worlds collide, all starts perfectly, until Allie learns Ruby’s has been sold to an investor. A woman from Los Angeles, named Vivian, who plans to change everything.

Note: This is a full-length, stand-alone lesbian romance novel with a happily-ever-after ending.

3 reviews for Welcome To Ruby’s

  1. Qwirkie1

    This is a great listen… Everyone needs that special place to go to relax, unwind and spend time with friends and lovers…. It’s comfortable and familiar, but like anywhere else, there is change. It is inevitable, you can embrace it and participate in it. Or you can just sit around and stew in your refusal to accept it. Change will happen regardless…

    This lovely story let’s the listener fall into the longing to keep life nostalgic and what could happen if you refuse to participate in life and it’s winding road of change. It will offer you an abundance of chuckles and you may find yourself wanting to reach through the speakers and give the characters a good shake! This is well written and the narrator has done a great job of bringing it to life!

  2. Hayde W

    KC Luck Never fails to deliver!”
    It was as very good book that was hard to put down when reading it. I felt the same way when listening to it. The story was well written and was Narrated so well that it made me yearn to keep listening to find out what happens next. Well done!”

  3. Christina Odom

    KC Luck does a great job with this one. Stephanie Nemeth-Parker deos a great job narrating and looking forward to the next installment at Ruby’s

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