Christine Svendsen (aka Luce Potter)
Christine Svendsen is both CEO and publisher of Sapphire Books as well as a Golden Crown Literary Society (GCLS) Award-Winning author (Always Faithful). She was also a finalist in the International Book Awards, and received an Honorable Mention in the 2010 and 2012 Rainbow Awards. Christine founded Sapphire Books in 2010 in order to produce and promote quality lesbian literature. Prior to launching Sapphire Books, she served as president of the Pride Board of Monterey County, CA. She is a member of the Rainbow Romance Writers, Romance Writers of America and the Gold Crown Literary Society as well as Independent Book Publishers Association. She resides in California with her wife Schileen and three sons.
Meet Thalia Chase
Thalia Chase, thirty…something, runs a private therapy practice in Lake Cumberland, Kentucky with her sister René where she specializes in sex therapy. She's in a new relationship with Amara Liakos, who runs a horse farm in Lexington, Kentucky. She has no children and doesn't plan to have any in the future. She earned her undergraduate in Psychology in Dayton, Ohio and her Masters of Divinity in Pastoral Counseling from Chicago Theological Seminary.
Thalia loves Lake Cumberland. She kayaks every morning, weather permitting, and gets out on her pontoon boat, Three Graces, and her jet ski as often as she can. She can be seen in a blur on winding roads of Lake Cumberland in her 1984 silver Corvette convertible.
Meet Luce Potter
Luce Potter is just your average business woman with one difference, she’s also one of the few women to head a major criminal operation.
She lives in San Francisco with her future wife, Brooke Erickson. Her passions include a little BDSM, martial arts and making love to Brooke. Some might consider her edgy and dangerous, but if you ask Luce, it’s just part of her DNA.