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Although she loves her girlfriend Connie, the narrator of The House of Real Love has a bad habit of engaging in casual affairs. When our heroine gets caught cheating, she takes an outrageous and humorous approach to redemption in this wry, farcical tale of a tumultuous relationship, lesbian life, and enduring love.
Paperback, 208 pages
Published June 1st 1992 by Plume
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Carla Tomaso writes deliciously disturbing fiction that explores complicated relationships between women. Her insightful stories of mothers, daughters, and lesbian lovers are told with dark and quirky humor. Tomaso holds a master’s degree in creative writing from Boston University and has written plays, screenplays, novels, and short stories. She teaches English in Pasadena, California where she ...more
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