Passion's shadow: a novel
A lesbian novel by the writer and director of the film, Claire of the Moon, centers on a Seattle-based architect who struggles against her own budding passions for her client and her client's daughter. 25,000 first printing. Tour.
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Passion's shadow: a novelUser Review - Book Verdict
Conn (Claire of the Moon, LJ 7/93) here targets straight women as well as lesbians. Opening with a car accident whose victim is unknown, her romantic novel focuses on events leading up to the crash, with several characters as possible victims. The story concerns Lindsay, a talented, attractive, and driven architect. Through a series of twists, she finds herself involved with a vulnerable interior designer, Sondra, and, ultimately, Sondra's grown daughter, Samantha. The novel focuses on couples-gay, straight, and lesbian-but the love scenes are mostly lesbian. Although the writing is acceptable, the key question is whether straight women will read a lesbian romance. What may attract a broader readership is the novel's concern with issues: trust, passion, love, addictions (alcohol, food, and work), and the human quest for happiness. For large fiction collections.-Rebecca S. Kelm, Northern Kentucky Univ. Lib., Highland Heights
Review: Passion's ShadowUser Review - Goodreads
A good book populated by annoying characters who pretty much all needed to be in some serious therapy. Their flaws and the origins thereof, so obvious to the reader, are completely unreachable to them. However, i still enjoyed the story.