Luna’s Desire: A Lesbian Billionaire Romance

Luna’s Desire: A Lesbian Billionaire Romance

Series: A Billionaire's Obsession, Book 3
Genre: Billonaire Romance


As a naïve and immature teen, I recklessly threw away the best thing that ever happened to me: Serena Rivers—the most beautiful woman and the love of my life. Fear of coming out as a lesbian caused me to succumb to peer pressure. Years later in college, I never even imagined seeing her again, but she remains the woman that got away. If ever given a second chance, I promised myself that I would never let her go. When Serena walks into my lecture hall, my heart is hopeful. I'm not the same insecure teenager who broke her heart years ago; I'm now a dominant femme—and recently inherited my late father's estate, making me a billionaire. Taking this opportunity, partnered with Serena for our class group assignment, I take on the challenge to win back the love of my life—and won't stop until she's mine forever.


I had never expected to see Luna Lawson again. She's my first love, and no one else ever compared. We were together in high school, until she broke my heart—because I was an openly gay lesbian and she wasn't ready to come out as a queer woman. But when we run into each other in my lecture hall, those old feelings immediately rekindle like a flame, and I find it difficult not to succumb. She's no longer the naïve young woman from high school. Now she's more confident in herself and makes it plainly clear that she wants me back. Not just for a fling; she craves a future with me and won't take no for an answer - this domineering femme is set on having me completely.

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