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Into the top 5 for Lee’s Awakening

Lee's Awakening Cover

Rebecca Montague’s new best-seller!

We’re very excited to announce that Lee’s Awakening has hit #5 in the Kindle store for the Lesbian Romance category.  It has also cracked the top ten in the overall books rankings for lesbian fiction at #7.  This makes it officially our best-selling release ever, and we’d like to congratulate Rebecca Montague for her outstanding work.

Rebecca is hard at work on a new novella and has two novels in the planning stages.  We are definitely looking forward to what she will share with us next!



Author Spotlight: Rebecca Montague

Rebecca Montague’s writings are the cornerstone of Cape Winds Press.  Her latest novel is Lee’s Awakening, available in print and for Kindle.

Realistic.  Erotic.  Romantic.

These are words I try to encompass in my writing. I like to create characters you can imagine knowing in person and put them in situations where romance is unexpected and yet inevitable. My themes tend to include coming out and May-December love, because both provide equal doses of resistance and surrender.

I don’t shy away from description-and plenty of it-because a romance should make your heart beat faster!

The question I am asked most is whether my books are autobiographical.  While I do use places I am familiar with, I can’t claim to have had nearly as exciting a life as those of my characters.  I live in Florida with my partner and assorted pets.


Looks like a bestseller

After less than a week out, Lee’s Awakening has cracked the top ten in the lesbian fiction category of the Kindle store and is in the top 15 for overall lesbian fiction (print and Kindle).  Thanks to everyone who took the early opportunity to read this fabulous novel!  There’s no time for resting on laurels, however.  We’re hard at work on the next releases, two romantic novellas from Rebecca and Leslie Adams and the Kindle version of the ever-popular historical romance Tahoma (written by your humble editor).

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