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About Olivia Lark
Olivia Lark lives on a small Maine farm, where she writes with her partner and several excellent helper dogs. She writes the love stories of lesbians in other times, heartwarming historical and time travel romances about finding one's soulmate right next door -- or a century away.
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She's not at all sure Katherine loves her the way she loves Katherine, but she has little option but to remain behind in Maylane, the little Midwestern village where the two girls grew up together.
When Katherine returns home, freshly widowed and with two young daughters of her own, Hazel assumes the role of maid again. But is a maid what Katherine wants of her? And can Hazel confine her feelings to a subservient role?
Or can they discover something different and far better than either of them ever dreamed possible, and make it a reality?
Clara Winslow's struggling seaside inn needs a successful society wedding, but a big storm will take it out of her hands.
Wedding guest Tillie Walker is stylish and kind, but she is harboring secrets, secrets that could get in the way of the growing fascination between her and glorious, windswept Clara.
Can a catastrophe be the salvation of two women near ruin?
Lavender Inn is a standalone romance set in 1890, with the kind of tender happily-ever-after readers enjoyed in Daisy Crown (The Flowers, Book 1).
To be lovers? Inevitable.
Faith and Hollis live 125 years apart – brilliant Faith, languishing on a farm in 1895, and Hollis, a wisecracking bike courier in 2020. Now Hollis has fallen into the past and into Faith's arms, and she just knows she's going to be arrested as a witch or blunder into causing some awful change to the future.
But when Faith understands where this enthralling woman is from, the race is on to get Hollis back to her own time, though it feels like a terrible choice. To lose the fire of Hollis's touch would be unbearable, but there might be rules about staying in one century or the other, rules about changing things in the past.
Between Faith's genius and Hollis's wit, how long can they hold onto each other in defiance of the laws of space and time?