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- Grier Rating: A***
Frances and her new husband, Bill, have recently moved to the Midwest to set up house in 1960s suburbia. Frances is determined to pull off a straight marriage in the wake of a bad lesbian affair, but it’s not working. No matter what she does, no matter what she tells herself, Frances knows she will never truly be happy or fulfilled with a man. While Bill is at work she ventures out in search of a woman to love. Frances meets Erika at a bookstore and is drawn to her immediately. The two women soon begin spending time together and before long, Frances falls head over heels in love with Erika. Fortunately, Erika also fancies Frances… and the women embark on a passionate love affair. Frances realizes she has never loved anyone as much as she loves Erika. Will she have the courage to extricate herself from a loveless marriage and make a life with Erika?
Once again, novelist Valerie Taylor solidifies her position as one of the premiere writers in the Lesbian Pulp Fiction genre. Certainly few can match her dramatic realism and artistic sensitivity when writing about this subject matter.
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