Come and Go by Lee Harlem Robinson

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"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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Lee Harlem Robinson is a fictional character created for the blog 'Trying to Throw My Arms Around the World' by Hannelore Arbyn. In daily blog posts, Lee narrates the story of how she ended up in Hong Kong. 'Come and Go' picks up where 'Trying to Throw my Arms Around the World' stops and describes Lee's dramatic adventures in romance in 'that other city that never sleeps'.Hannelore Arbyn is a thirty-three year old Belgian who moved to Hong Kong in the fall of 2010. In 2002 she started the lesbian entertainment blog 'Dykes and the City' and not long after founded the popular lesbian advice blog 'The Lesbian Question'. After a blog hiatus of a few years, the withdrawal from dyke drama and the creation of lesbian entertainment became so unbearable, she plunged into the world of blog fiction and invented Lee Harlem Robinson. 'Come and Go' is her first novel.
Published February 13, 2012 by Ladylit. 234 pages
Genres: Romance, Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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