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coherency Suzanna Decker
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Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: Perfect Bound
It's impulsive. It's wrong. It's going to haunt Katsuki's dreams for weeks, months, years. It's going to hang like a guillotine blade above his neck, one fraying thread away from cutting him off from the future he'd envisioned living his whole life. But Izuku was desperate, hurting, and there was no one else to save him. Nothing else that could have been done. So Katsuki gives what help he can, the only way he can, for as long as he can stand to. He'll hold onto this moment tightly, knowing that it will break apart in the end. The things between them aren't meant to last.
Conversations With Love: A Poetic Journey Damon Percy
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Size: 8.5" x 11"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781620306130
Love Lust Loss... Ashley M Freeman
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Size: 8.5" x 11"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781539701057
An Autobiography/Memoir about a group of urban lesbian friends. Faced with a lot of diversity in their everyday lives. Relationships come together, and some breach a crumbling edge for these friends, testing some of their love and loyalty for one another. Lust gets in the way causing some to be pushed to the edge as drama emerges causing things to take an unexpected turn for the worst. While success is on the up for others, the top becomes lonely, until love comes knocking at the door…Love, Lust, Infidelity and Loss. This is the Urban Tea.
Till Death Do Us Part Dennis Adonis
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Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
Binding: Perfect Bound
This book, chronicles an Irish female student struggles to find her true sexual identity and later indulging in a sort of committed but forbidden lesbian relationship between herself and a recently graduated female Jamaican lawyer. Set almost entirely in Jamaica where homosexuality is taboo; and is a very risky social behavior for anyone who publicly practices it; the book offers a more intimate insight into the life of Elizabeth Leisac, as she struggles to resonate with her unexpected allegiance to Lesbianism