Drew Clark, ex-Marine and martial arts master, is the new instructor at the Golden Tiger dojang. Intense and aloof, she hides dark secrets and unhealed wounds beneath her warrior's exterior. Sean Gray is the young psychologist and senior student who threatens to bring down the barriers Drew has erected around her heart. Battle hardened and world weary, Drew discovers that Sean wields a weapon she has no defense against--tenderness. Together, two women who have accepted loneliness as a way of life learn that love is worth fighting for--and a battle that neither can afford to lose.
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Radclyffe is the cyberpersona of an author/surgeon who lives and writes in the Northeastern United States. She admits to a life-long love affair with fictional romances of all persuasions, and, after discovering lesbian fiction at the age of twelve, she has collected it, written it, and finally, one career later, published it. The common theme throughout her traditional romances and action/mystery series is a celebration of the power of love between strong, valiant women.
In addition to writing, her passions include the martial arts (she holds a black belt in Ju Jitsu and a brown belt in Aikido) and everything about the life she shares with her partner, Lee.
"When I began writing love stories about women more than two decades ago, I did it for several reasons. First, because I loved the process of giving form to the characters who populated my imagination and watching the written word materialize on paper (or on screen, as it happens these days). Secondly, there weren't many romances involving two women available anywhere, and I longed to see our stories told. Today, we are fortunate to have many fine writers sharing these works on the web and elsewhere. I am very grateful to be a part of that experience.
My web-posting experience began when I discovered fan fiction. The writing was excellent, the discussions lively, and the camaraderie supportive. This website is the result of that first encounter with the world of internet fiction. Through the generosity of many people who have posted my work on their web sites as well as the tremendous support of readers on the Rad-discussion list, I have discovered the incredible satisfaction of sharing what I write with others via both the web and print.
Yet another chapter in my adventure with writing fiction unfolded when, in 1999, Safe Harbor was accepted for publication by RAP books. I was soon immersed in the challenge of creating a published novel. Since that time I have learned to appreciate this final step in the creative process, and I hope to continue that experience well into the future."
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