The Woman at the Edge of Town by Georgette Kaplan

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Author: Georgette Kaplan


A humorous lesbian romance about how love can flourish in even the most barren places.


Sarah Kay is having the worst year. She’s dropped out of college, hasn’t dealt with her father’s death, and now she’s back living with her mother in her old hometown. A chance encounter with reclusive millionaire Nina Rose leads to a job looking after the mysterious woman’s garden on the edge of town. The longer Sarah spends with the curious Nina, tending to her rich earth and blooms, the deeper her connection becomes with her. Sarah slowly begins to get over her father, think about her future, and is drawn to digging deeper into her beautiful employer’s world.

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Publication Date

June 2019


epub, mobi, and pdf


65,000 words




978-3-96324-187-1 (mobi), 978-3-96324-188-8 (epub), 978-3-96324-189-5 (pdf)


Ylva Publishing

1 review for The Woman at the Edge of Town by Georgette Kaplan

  1. Karola
    Rated 4 out of 5


    ***free ARC
    At first I had my worries about liking this book, the conversations between Sarah and her friends were like: what are they talking about? Through the book there are some questions which aren’t answered, even not in the end. But with every chapter it gets better, the connection between Sarah and Nina is growing until Sarah accepts she‘s gay and is falling for Nina, badly! Now the intresting part of this book starts.

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