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Fruit of the Golden Vine By Sophia French,

  • Title: Fruit of the Golden Vine
  • Author: Sophia French
  • ISBN: 9781594934599
  • Page: 155
  • Format: Paperback
  • Middle sister Adelina has remained aloof and amused by the string of suitors for her elder sister s hand and dowry But when the swaggering Rafael arrives with an equally eye catching, bold sister of his own, Adelina s pulse stirs at last Aware from the first that she has caught the lovely Adelina s interest, Silvana yearns to court her openly, but she and her brother areMiddle sister Adelina has remained aloof and amused by the string of suitors for her elder sister s hand and dowry But when the swaggering Rafael arrives with an equally eye catching, bold sister of his own, Adelina s pulse stirs at last Aware from the first that she has caught the lovely Adelina s interest, Silvana yearns to court her openly, but she and her brother are not what they seem Moonlit nights in the summer gardens may lead to kisses and whispers of love, but she knows that the lady s heart will be lost forever if the truth is discovered.
    Fruit of the Golden Vine Middle sister Adelina has remained aloof and amused by the string of suitors for her elder sister s hand and dowry But when the swaggering Rafael arrives with an equally eye catching bold sister of h

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    1. Loved it Historical fantasy meets feminist treatise, yet reads like a fairy tale The exploration of queer love vs heterosexual love is particularly well done and interesting as it follows the conventions of courtship rather than what we typically see in romance novels.Full review here thelesbianreview fruit

    2. It s great to see a woman loving woman storyline that isn t so caught up on the social constraints of homosexuality, that isn t steeping in an illicit love triangle involving a left husband or spurned wife, that isn t some doubty heroine that needs to be seduced This novel features a strong minded, even stubbornly so, protagonist Adelina don t need no man Seriously For anything Ever She s fierce She s self reliant She s always pushing for equality And that s what makes this book a study in femi [...]

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