A/K/A

  • Title: A/K/A
  • Author: Ruthann Robson
  • ISBN: 9780312198251
  • Page: 234
  • Format: Paperback
  • A K A An intricate and daring novel centered on the identities that two women create for themselves Margaret Smyth is an escort for women who assumes different names and identities for each of her clients w
    An intricate and daring novel centered on the identities that two women create for themselves Margaret Smyth is an escort for women who assumes different names and identities for each of her clients while struggling to finish law school to ensure your future BJ, a soap opera actress under the name Jill Willis, has a melodramatic personal life that rivals that of the charAn intricate and daring novel centered on the identities that two women create for themselves Margaret Smyth is an escort for women who assumes different names and identities for each of her clients while struggling to finish law school to ensure your future BJ, a soap opera actress under the name Jill Willis, has a melodramatic personal life that rivals that of the charater she plays on television Initially strangers, as their identities begin to unravel, these two women are drawn to each other and to salvation.

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    1. I loved this book. It’s a great read, with riveting characters and a compelling plot. It’s dramatic, occasionally a little over the top, but it somehow still feels believable. We’ve all met many of these characters. There are lots of references to lesbian community but it never seems provincial. It’s set in NYC, with the stories of the two protagonists told separately. Most of it is written in the first person, through one of the two women, but at the beginning and the end, the camera pa [...]

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