Two Kinds of Elizabeth

Two Kinds of Elizabeth

by Genevieve Fortin

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Two Kinds of Elizabeth by Genevieve Fortin


Ciel “CC” Charbonneau is blessed with a job she enjoys, a great boss and supportive parents and friends. Still recovering from a painful breakup, she is content to hide behind baggy clothes and the safe walls of her cubicle by day and her condo by night. Until her routine—and her world—is rocked by the charming, talented and strikingly beautiful new-hire Elizabeth “Liz” McLeary. Liz’s flirtatiousness and air of impulsive excitement soon have the more reserved and controlled CC falling deeply—but into what?


Liz takes an immediate dislike to the other Elizabeth in CC’s life—her supervisor Elizabeth “Beth” Andrews. And the feeling is mutual (and then some!). Rumor has it that the lean athletic Beth has a secret crush on CC, but if she does, she’s been too professional to show it. Until now.
Beth and Liz are as different as a slow-burning spark and a sizzling flame and CC will soon find herself torn between an all-consuming passion and exhilarating happiness. Or can she have it all?


Genevieve Fortin is the author of the romance First Fall.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781594935237
Publisher: Bella Books
Publication date: 12/13/2016
Pages: 240
Product dimensions: 5.30(w) x 8.10(h) x 0.60(d)

About the Author


Genevieve was born in Rimouski, a small town in the French Canadian province of Quebec, Canada. After getting her Bachelor’s degree in Communication Studies at Concordia University in Montreal, she moved to the United States for her graduate studies in French literature. She stayed to work and spent a total of thirteen years in the United States, from Cape Girardeau, Missouri to Albany, New York. During that time she started and abandoned several novels until she started reading lesbian fiction. She found more than inspiration in the work of women like Geri Hill and Karin Kallmaker; she found direction.


Genevieve eventually went back home to Canada where she now enjoys writing, spending time with friends and family, and hiking with her dog Spike.



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