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Julia's Song
Julia's Song
Author: Ann O'Leary
ISBN-13: 9781562801977
ISBN-10: 156280197X
Publication Date: 6/1998
Pages: 198
Edition: 1st ed
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Publisher: Naiad Pr
Book Type: Paperback
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Julia is an Austrailian entertainment writer assigned to do a story on lesbian rock sensation Samantha. The sparks that fly between them confuse them both because Julia is sure she's straight and so is Sam. However, Julia finds feelings for Sam that she never felt for a man and slowly begins to realize that sex has always been ho-hum because it's been with the wrong gender. Sam is smitten immediately, trys to back off but can't. They finally get together and you think everything is fine and then Sam starts to worry about the continental divide and basically cuts and runs or rather Julia does but only after Sam's rejection. The rest of the story follows the two in different places with both trying to work out their feelings. Even till the very end you don't know if this going to be a happily ever after story or not. Will Sam finally listen to her heart instead of her head? Look for solutions instead of blockades? Can the continental divide be breatched? Read and find out.