Waltzing at Midnight

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Robbi managed to tell a fresh, engaging story in one of the most often told sub-genres in lesbian romance: a coming out tale. I've read a lot of coming out stories in my day and I was captivated by her forty-year old heroine's realization that she's fallen in love for the first time in her life. - Karin Kallmaker

The Story:
      Trying to fill the empty places left by children going to college, Jean Davis decides to get out of the house and volunteer in the local mayoral campaign. It soon becomes obvious though not to Jean that she has a major crush on the candidate, Rosie Monroe.
      Thrilled by the excitement of politics and strangely flustered every time Rosie calls on her for help, Jean has never felt more alive. Rising to every challenge with newfound passion, she surprises everyone, including her husband, by flourishing under the stress of the hard-fought campaign.
      When dirty tricks by the other side damage Rosie’s reputation at the worst possible moment, Jean finally realizes that her feelings are not entirely about the thrill of the job. Two decades of doing what was expected of her are abruptly turned upside down, and she realizes she may just be in love for the first time in her life.
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