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She Came at Dawn

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What would you do if your whole settled life would be turned around in one single moment, by one single person?

College-student Melissa has it all: wealthy parents, a handsome boyfriend, good friends and the safety of already being fully settled in the middle of her twenties. But when Melissa gets to know her friend Tom’s new girlfriend, it changes everything. Laila, a stunning beauty with emerald eyes, seems to be able to show her that there are many other ways of living than the one seemingly hewn in stone for Melissa. The girls fall head over heels in love – but sometimes it's hard to follow one's heart when you have everything to lose.

383 pages, Kindle Edition

First published April 2, 2013

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Katja Michael

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For Katja the love for the written word arose - as so often in life - only at a second glance. During her school years she didn’t enjoy the prescribed literature until several poetry projects built up a serious interest in writing. While studying English literature, she fell more and more prey to the more complex pieces. She devoured not only books, but began writing more complex pieces than poetry. To this day, her passion for words is unbroken and brought numerous poems, short stories and book projects with them. If the decision to write in German or English arises, she usually leaves it up to the first sentence

After work or on the weekends Katja spends her time writing or outdoors with her camera. Her favorite motifs include not only power lines but also all kinds of lost places.
Her novel She Came at Dawn in the genre Lesbian Romance was published in 2013. Numerous new book projects in German and English, as well as a short story anthology, are already in progress. Later this year, her new novel (Genre Dystopian Young Adult LGBT) will be published.

Her favorite authors include classical writers such as Ernest Hemingway, and Virginia Woolf, but also modern novelists like Suzanne Collins or JK Rowling.

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