Patti Davis has penned a lesbian love story which she tells in the first person. Davis says that the self-published tome, “Till Human Voices Wake Us,” is not autobiographical, unlike her other books.
The New York Post reported on March 21 that the new Patti Davis romance novel is the story of a woman who falls in love with her sister-in-law. Davis told the New York Post that readers should not expect any “Jackie Collins-type sex scenes. I didn’t want to write ‘Fifty Shades of whatever.’ It’s a love story.”
“Till Human Voices Wake Us” is available on Amazon where it can be downloaded for $2.99. One passage Davis wrote:
“She knew my body long before she ‘knew’ it in the biblical sense. She stood beside me as a I studied my naked self in a full-length mirror a week after giving birth to Nathan. ‘Oh my God,” I moaned, lifting up the loose skin across my abdomen. ‘I’m a bloodhound.’”
The never conservative daughter of Ronald Reagan and the former Nancy Davis, Patti posed for Playboy at age 41, appeared in the movie “Celebrity Video Centerfold” and dated Bernie Leadon of the Eagles.
Patti Davis’ brother, Ronald Reagan, Jr., made headlines during his father’s two terms as president in the 1980s when he bravely announced that he was gay at a time when it was not considered acceptable to be openly gay. The public announcement caused a rift between the conservative president and his youngest son. Reportedly father and son had healed the rift before former president Ronald Reagan’s death on June 6, 2004 at the age of 93.
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