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Author Taylor, Clementine, author.

Title Something about her : a novel / Clementine Taylor.

Publication Info. New York : G. P. Putnam's Sons, [2023]


Location Call No. Status
 Central Library - Leisure - 1st floor  PR6120.A894 S66 2023    Available
Description 277 pages ; 22 cm
Summary "Aisling and Maya's connection is unexpected. Maya has recently returned to the University of Edinburgh for her second year, confident in her place there and in her first proper relationship with her childhood best friend, Ethan. Finally, she is one of them, those happy couples, self-satisfied in the knowledge that they are one half of something solid. Aisling is a first-year student from Ireland, ready to leave her controlling family behind. But despite the distance, she still feels claustrophobic, still feels watched. Reeling from her break-up with her ex-girlfriend, she struggles to make friends and finds herself isolated. That is, until Aisling joins the Poetry Society. That's where she meets Maya, and everything changes. Moving between Ireland, Scotland, and London, Something About Her is a story about the fragility and transformative power of first love. With vivid insight and tenderness, it exposes the fear, hope, and longing that can consume us, particularly when there's so much you still don't know about love, about life, and about yourself."-- Provided by publisher.
Subject Women college students -- Fiction.
Lesbians -- Fiction.
First loves -- Fiction.
Abusive mothers -- Fiction.
Edinburgh (Scotland) -- Fiction.
Genre/Form Campus fiction.
Lesbian fiction.
Romance fiction.
ISBN 9780593544303 (hardcover)
0593544307 (hardcover)
9780593544310 (ebook)
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