Rich Girl by Joan Arling

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Author: Joan Arling


Once upon a time, there was a rich girl who got kicked out of her father’s mansion because she couldn’t care less about knights on white horses. Instead, she wants her happily ever after with another woman—with Dawn, a cashier at the local supermarket, to be more exact.

Rich Girl is a fairy tale without fairies, but with a villain, not one but two damsels in distress, and a helpful sprite. No princes, no dragons, but cash registers and guitars.

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Publication Date

September 2013


epub, mobi, and pdf




16,000 words




978-3-95533-116-0 (mobi), 978-3-95533-117-7 (epub), 978-3-95533-118-4 (pdf)


Ylva Publishing

2 reviews for Rich Girl by Joan Arling

  1. Ameliah Faith

    (verified owner):

    Oh my goodness this was an amazing story. It was the mushiest true love story I’ve had the pleasure to read in far too long. This is a very sweet coming out story with the drama that can come with it. Dawn and Ric are Dawn are easy to love and have the worries people in real life have. Something that is rare to find. I laughed and cried and then when the HEA came I just sighed contentedly. Everything was wrapped up so nice and neat and well, just perfect. I strongly recommend this tale!
    Thank you so much Ms. Arling!

  2. Dee

    (verified owner):

    4.5 stars

    You know how some books give you the feels? Right off the bat you’re invested in the characters, routing for them, hoping they’ll get the Happy Ever After? Well that’s how this story made me feel.

    I’m not going to rehash the plot, but will say the first encounter Dawn had with Ricarda’s mother, was as horrifying as it was humorous. My jaw dropped and then I laughed. The Oliver family were despicable.

    I like that the story featured a virgin. The intimate scenes sizzled and were tastefully done.

    My one quibble is the story ended too soon. I’d love to read a full-length novel with this cast of engaging characters.

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