The bed looked fit for a funeral. Posted on July 18, by Bridget Essex. All of these authors, except for Francesca Lia Block, are totally new to me, and these are exactly the kinds of characters and stories I want to read about. I never could shed the compulsion. What follows is the story of a woman who is unabashedly in love with another woman, is deeply disappointed when the object of her desire chooses to take the socially accepted path, and ultimately finds true love. Her work aims to represent modern lesbian life in wide-screen and is infused with gallons of humour, sharp dialogue and relatable characters.
And I just want to read about women. All right, lovely folks! I was reminded of this tumblr post:. There seems to be loads of books on this theme recently! All three books in this series have a high level of intrigue and mystery at the center of the plot. Barbara seeks the freedom of knowing who she is, and Margerit the freedom to chart her own course as a scholar, both things neither are in a position to expect.
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Let me know what you think! Every single character in the book, Mary and Anne not excepted, holds misogynistic views in a way I found realistic, if chilling now and again. There are just too many books. The characters confront issues of class, gender, race and sexuality. I also felt that their relationship moved too fast.
She opens her mind to being with Abby in a new and suddenly very attractive way. Buy Direct from the author on this website. In the spring of , seventeen-year-old Hannah Eaden is in her final months of high school, working to pass her exams and choose the right college. Having been environmentally-focused as a teenager, this was a plot that would have been just fine by me. This was a fabulous read that kept me interested the whole time. Meredith is manipulative and evil.