I wanted to share some information with you on a wonderful book by a stand out award winning lesbian author. Magical Echo by Linda Kay Silva is a must read that kept me turning the pages!
"There are a lot of bodies buried in the Las Vegas desert, and Echo has to work doubly hard not to wind up one of them. Between the murderous antics of supernaturals who are off the grid, and becoming mired in a murder investigation with too many unanswered questions, Echo and company must navigate the treacherous waters of the Vegas strip.
As she gets deeper into the investigation, she and her people are brutally attacked by rival supernaturals who have decided to make the casinos their own personal bank.
As Echo realizes there in an enemy within her ranks, she must call on the one person who wants nothing more to do with her, as well as accept help from some of the most unlikeliest heroes.
Can Echo solve the murder before becoming the killer's next victim? Does she, at last, have what it takes to lead her people through the darkness of Vegas and back into the light? And, perhaps most importantly, what magical secret lies dormant within Echo waiting patiently to come to life?"
So, does lesbianism play a critical part in the story? Or, is she just trying to market her stories to lesbians? I fail to see what mentioning her sexuality has to do with the quality of the story unless it's a part of the storyline.