Praise for Come and Go
"Delightful, delicious, well written lesbian chick lit. A refreshingly different story of love, loss and finding love again, with an added touch of humor thrown in for good measure."
"Lee Harlem Robinson is a dramatic, gruff, funny, sexy and immensely likeable heroine."
OverviewWho says we have to be perfect anyway?Lee Harlem Robinson is used to getting all the girls, until she arrives in Hong Kong. Faced with a severe shortage of dateable lesbians, it takes Lee months to find romance and surrender to her first summer of love in 100% humidity. Her affair with posh banker Stella doesn't last into autumn and she's left scouring happy hour with her single gay friends again. She's on the brink of a melt-down when she meets Nikki, a leather-clad lawyer-cum-photographer. Can they defy the odds and find love in a harsh and loose city like Hong Kong?
A blend of chick lit, romance and lesbian drama set against the backdrop of that other city that never sleeps.
More praise..."Imagine Sex and the City or The L Word, filming in Hong Kong and you will have a hint of what the book has to offer. Come and Go is basically a unique Hong Kong version of lesbian drama."
"Come and Go is a slick, sweet and shockingly steamy read. The writing is light but lucid, expertly flirting with rosy-eyed romance but yanking the reader back to stark reality with accurate and assertive timing."
About Lee Harlem Robinson
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Published February 13, 2012
Romance, Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction.