The Woman at the Edge of Town

A humorous lesbian romance about how love can flourish in even the most barren places.
Sarah Kay is having the worst year. College is a bust, her father has died, and now she’s back living with her mother in her hometown. A chance meeting with reclusive millionaire Nina Rose leads to a gardening job. As time passes tending the earth, Sarah slowly heals and is drawn to the beautiful woman. More

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About Georgette Kaplan

It was never easy for Georgette Kaplan. She was born a poor child in Mississippi, where she still remembers sitting on the porch with her family, singing and dancing around her. After learning she was adopted, at the age of 21 she hitchhiked to St. Louis, where she worked at a gas station and in a traveling carnival. After a shooting incident at the gas station, she decided to quit and pursue her lifelong dream of a career in writing. She now lives back in Mississippi with her life partner Marie.

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