Montana rancher, Becky Miles (who decidedly drops the Becky part) is drawn into the snake pit of internalized homophobia when she travels to Vermont to find out if her gal, Jane Scott still loves her. Jane’s life is enmeshed by old guilt and compassion for Georgia, whose horse training business is tarnished by a tragic death in her barn. Miles has little patience for Georgia, a closeted lesbian who is desperate to pass among the upper crust of the horse show world. Neither Jane nor Miles has any idea, at first, just how desperate Georgia is to pass in the straight world.
|Publisher:||Bold Strokes Books|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.60(d)|
About the Author
Franci McMahon brings together the world of horses and lesbians. Her first novel, Staying The Distance was published by Firebrand. She is pleased to have her second novel, along with the sequel, published by Bold Strokes Books. Rounding out her life as a writer, she has many works in anthologies, stories for children and adults in national magazines, a poetry prize, and an enriching stay at Hedgebrook
Classical music and Patsy Kline, riding a good horse herding cows to the high country, cooking, reading complex novels with a story, and dancing close to a warm woman are some of her deepest pleasures.
She divides her time between Montana and Tucson, Arizona.