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About a Girl by Joanne Horniman
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Jul 21, 11

bookshelves: 2011, lgbt, realistic-fiction, romance
Read in July, 2011

Anna works in a book shop, lives by herself, and basically thinks there is something wrong with her and that no one will love her. Then she meets Flynn. Flynn is a musician, makes banana cake without using a recipe, names her teapot Lavinia, and basically makes Anna's days (and nights) vivid and exciting. Their relationship is a bit of a whirlwind, and also a bit of a secret. Flynn can be moody and temperamental causing Anna to doubt herself.

Took me a short while to figure out that the girls are about 19 and that it is set in Australia. It's a sweet look at Anna's first lesbian relationship and her interactions with her family.

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