Mila Kerr on Tour ~ Aspen Meadows


She, Her…Who?

Writing Lesbian Romance is no easy task. I’ve written in other genres, and I can honestly say, that writing in the F/F category is the most challenging. Why you might ask? Well, it’s the use of she and her. Actually it is the over use of those words.

It gets confusing as to who is saying what, who is doing what, and what woman am I actually talking about. As an author, I’m forced to use their actual names way more often than I would if I were writing a M/F romance.

Take it one step further…love scenes. This is when the she and her can get REALLY confusing. I’ve even confused myself. Whose hand is where? Whose lips touched whose first? Who kissed? Who whispered? Who moaned? Well, I think you get my point. I often ask myself if there is some rule of thumb? Is there a secret I’m not aware of? How many times can you have her in a sentence?

So yes, F/F is by far the toughest genre. I give kudos to all the authors out there that have mastered this without even really thinking about it. This was the biggest challenge for me in writing Aspen Meadows, but I’m pretty sure I finally nailed it! 🙂


If you had the chance to step back in time, would you?

What if you could live in a community built around the morals of yesterday?

Rylie James isn’t happy in today’s world. She longs for a time when life was simpler. When people could work off their land and be part of a true, small town community. Trying to bring back history, Rylie has spent years building a new society that is a replica of an old 1800’s town.

Before making the big move to the historical utopia of Aspen Meadows, Rylie’s world is turned upside down by the free spirited Luna Forester. Now she questions if she is trying to build happiness, when she may be staring directly into it.

Luna Forester’s entire life is about to change with one single proposition: move to Aspen Meadows and create a new future. Moving to Aspen Meadows is her chance to start over. Start a new life, find happiness…and possibly find love. But can she deal with the stubborn, overbearing, yet completely seductive, Rylie James?

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About The Author

Mila Kerr is a multi-published author whose Lesbian Romance novels have become some of the bestselling books in the genre. Holding Back was her first book to be released in this genre.

She finally followed one of her dreams, and one of the dreams her Nana always had for her. Mila always wanted to be a writer from the time she could spell, and now she gets the privilege of saying she’s an Author.

She also writes under the name Alta Hensley for all her books in the genre of Spanking/Domestic Discipline/BDSM Romance.

Traditional Love was her first book to be published, followed by Traditional Terms and Of Yesterday. She was also part of three anthologies, Deep in the Heat of Texas, Indulgence: Tales of the Cirque Romani, and Coming to Terms.

Alta/Mila loves to hear from her readers. You can find out more information about her at and she can be found on Twitter, Facebook, and Goodreads.

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