Here is a new collection of Lesléa Newman's fiction at its finest. In A Stone's Throw, two butch buddies become more than buddies, though neither of them will admit it. In Mothers of Invention, one woman in a relationship wants a child, but her partner won't learn the true meaning of compromise and commitment. And in Girls Will Be Boys, a straight woman-at least she thinks she's straight-discovers a shocking fact about her "boyfriend." Whether the stories are serious, as in Keeping a Breast when a woman discovers a lump in her breast while making love, or hilarious, as in Flights of Fancy when a femme surprises herself by being attracted to another femme, She Loves Me, She Loves Me Not showcases Newman's talent for portraying the lesbian community in all its glory with compassion, wit, and heart.
Lesléa Newman has written and edited more than 20 books. Four of her books have been Lambda Literary Award finalists. A native New Yorker, she lives in Northampton, Mass.
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About the Author
Leslea Newman is the author of many children's books, including "Too Far Away to Touch" and "Thea's Throw." Her literary awards include the Highlights for Children Fiction Writing Award and a Parent's Choice silver medal.
Table of Contents
|Stranger Than Fiction||1|
|Flight of Fancy||41|
|Keeping a Breast||61|
|Just Like a Woman||103|
|A Stone's Throw||125|
|Girls Will Be Boys||175|
|Mothers of Invention||195|
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
this book is one of the few lesbian themed books i have truly enjoyed. most of the lesbian books i have read (or tried to read) are slow and boring. she loves me,she loves me not is a wonderful book filled with real emotion and realistic characters. i highly recommend this book for those of you who are tired of reading boring love stories with dull stereotypical lesbians. this book is so refreshing. you will love this book. it's a gem.