Ana B Good
Ana B. Good's debut novel, The Big Sugarbush, a lesbian romantic comedy -- think soap opera -- won the 2017 Goldie Award for Best Dramatic Lesbian Fiction from the Golden Crown Society. The novel is set in a rehab center in Vermont. A Vermont writer, Good has written for over 300 publications, ranging from news outlets, such as Salon and CNN, to LGBT media, such as On Our Backs, Out Magazine, and Common Lives: Lesbian Lives. Her gay-themed short stories have appeared in Storming Heaven’s Gate: Women on the Spiritual (Penguin) and The Crossing Press anthologies Love’s Shadow and Breaking Up Is Hard to Do. She is a three-time winner of Romance Writer of America chapter contests, winning first place in the Launching a Star contest, The Heart of the West competition, and the Yellow Rose contest for contemporary and historical romance fiction. Twice, she won the San Francisco Bay Guardian’s annual short story contest.
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The Big Sugarbush: A Lesbian Romance
by Ana B Good
(5.00 from 1 review)
The Big Sugarbush is a gay romantic comedy, set in a drug rehab center in Vermont. Ten wealthy, professional lesbians have thirty days to get their lives and careers back on track. Sugarbush seems just the place, quiet and therapeutic, until the dykes arrive, and the drama begins. Humor and romance abound as the women struggle to give up drugs, alcohol, and late night booty calls.
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