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Reagan daughter lesbian novel, Publishes Self

Reagan daughter lesbian novel, Patti Davis has publishes self, avowed her most recent book — about a woman who falls in love with her sister-in-law — is not at all autobiographical in nature, and that she herself is not a lesbian. Under the headline, “’I didn’t want to write another ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ or whatever’; Reagan 'sdaughter lesbian novel is not autobiographical”, the Daily Mail notes that the late President’s daughter has self-published her book entitled “Till Human Voices Wake Us.” “Till Human Voices Wake Us” is currently available on Amazon for $3 per online copy. Although reviews have been mixed by fans so far, Patti Davis has made it clear to the public that her controversial book about a woman who finds herself attracted to her sister-in-law isn’t about herself or her sexuality.     “This is not me. None of it is autobiographical.” Although the former Playboy poser Patti Davis is well-known for her liberal views, she has also unveiled that no serious sex scenes a

Reagan daughter lesbian novel

Reagan daughter lesbian novel, Former US president Ronald Reagan’s daughter Patti Davis has penned a new novel based on a lesbian love story. She appeared in Playboy in 1994, posed nude again at the age of 58 and published a series of searingly honest books about being the daughter of Ronald Reagan. But Patti Davis has denied her latest book - about a woman falling in love with her sister-in-law - is autobiographical and said she is not a lesbian. The controversial daughter of the late President has self-published the book, called Till Human Voices Wake Us', on Amazon, where it is being sold for $3. Ronald Reagan's daughter Patti Davis said her new novel about a lesbian relationship is not autobiographical Davis, right, has written a number of books about growing up a Reagan. (L - r) Ronald Reagan, Ron Jr and Nancy She told the NY Post: 'This is not me. None of it is autobiographical.' Despite being known for her liberal views and once appearing in the Playboy