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Love & lies : Marisol's story / Ellen Wittlinger.

Wittlinger, Ellen. (Author).

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Bolton High School FIC WIT (Text to phone) 34062102934528 Fiction Available -

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General Note: "A companion to the Printz honor book Hard love" --cover.
Summary, etc.: When Marisol, a self-confident eighteen-year-old lesbian, moves to Cambridge, Massachusetts to work and try to write a novel, she falls under the spell of her beautiful but deceitful writing teacher, while also befriending a shy, vulnerable girl from Indiana.
Target Audience Note:
Ages 12 up.
Subject: Lesbians Fiction
Authorship Fiction
Honesty Fiction
Interpersonal relations Fiction
Homosexuality Fiction
Authorship Juvenile fiction
Honesty Juvenile fiction
Interpersonal relations Juvenile fiction
Homosexuality Juvenile fiction
Lesbians Juvenile fiction
Cambridge (Mass.) Fiction
Massachusetts Fiction
Cambridge (Mass.) Juvenile fiction
Massachusetts Juvenile fiction

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Love and Lies : Marisol's Story
Love and Lies : Marisol's Story
by Wittlinger, Ellen
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Love and Lies : Marisol's Story


Marisol Guzman from Hard Love is older and wiser. She has graduated from high school and deferred Stanford for a year so she can pursue her newest dream, writing a novel. She has taken an apartment in Somerville with her best friend Birdie, a waitressing job at the legendary Mug in Cambridge, and signed up for "How To Write Your First Novel" at the adult learning annex. But on the first day, she isn't sure what is a bigger suprise, that Gio is in her class or that it is being taught by Olivia Frost, the most beautiful, intelligent woman she has ever laid eyes on. Between that; Birdie bringing home his new boyfriend (who is equally afraid of Marisol and the cat) to live with them; and Lee, a high school senior who has fallen head over heels for Marisol, she can hardly keep things straight. Especially once she herself falls into her first real relationship with the twenty-eight year old Olivia. As Marisol becomes more and more involved with Olivia, she begins to wonder if she is too blinded by love to see the truth.
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