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Far From The World We Know

Harper Bliss

Publisher: Ladylit Publishing

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Summary

How far must you run to escape the past?
 
Broken from past trauma, Laura heads to small-town Texas for a life of solitude and recovery after a scarring event. She crosses paths with sharp-witted Tess, the charming editor of the town paper.
 
Tess is determined to break down the walls Laura has built up. Laura isn’t ready to open up again, but her feelings for Tess are undeniable…
 
Will Tess be able to get past Laura’s defences? And will Laura allow herself to love, and live, again?
 
If you love heartfelt lesbian romance, don’t miss this emotionally gripping read!

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