March 2nd, 2016

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Blog Tour: Stay With Me by Lily Adile Lamb

Stay With Me by Lily Adile Lamb
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BLURB: It has been weeks since Curtis first saw the young waiter with the haunted eyes. No matter how often he went to the café to find the right opportunity to introduce himself, that moment simply did not come that quickly. Joseph was aware of the gentle giant who quietly came to have his lunch and then left day after day. Fearing his father’s wrath and under his ever watchful eyes, he made no moves nor overtures. Until one day when the other man approaches to him… Hope can turn to love... interracial love

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About the Author: Lily Adile works as a nurse by day and writes GLBT Romance by night. Lily's focus in her GLBT stories are mere mortals because she believes that love is universal. Her mortal heroes and heroines are not rich, famous or incredibly handsome males with six pack bodies or stunning women... rather they are just everyday people who work hard and deal with whatever that life throws at them.

Lily believes that an individual's gender identity and expression is influenced by many factors including but not limited to culture, religion, social restrictions, custom and beliefs...this makes one's gender very diverse and fluid.

Lily is actively involved with Marriage Equality and stands by the same sex couples who want to have children.

Lily especially thanks her husband with all her heart for his endless patience, love and support. He is the love of her life and apple of her eye....he is the home she goes to at the end of a hard day at work.

Lily Adile was born in Ankara, Turkey and then worked in other countries. She visits her family in Turkey regularly and travels to Singapore to visit the other family members.

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