Emergence of Green - Katherine V. Forrest (1986)
ISBN 9780930044695
Genre Lesbian Fiction
Subject Bisexual women - Fiction; Female friendship - Fiction; Lesbians - Fiction; Married women - Fiction; Women artists - Fiction
Publisher Naiad P.,U.S.
Publication Date July 1986
Format Paperback (208 x 137 mm)
Language English
Plot
New to the Los Angeles area, leading a nomadic life of comfort and privilege, Paul and Carolyn Blake are an American success story. Paul is a self-made man who has overcome hardship to achieve a successful business career. Carolyn is the perfect young wife who has made him the envy of other men.

Then Val Hunter and her ten-year-old son move in next door. An artist just coming into her own, she is a startling and unconventional woman on all counts: physically imposing, and with a burgeoning independence of spirit--and a sexuality that breaks through in her passion for Carolyn.

Paul Blake knows a threat when he sees one, and he knows immediately that Val is exceedingly dangerous. She will expose Carolyn to values that will challenge what Carolyn has accepted and taken for granted. He must fight to retain possession of his wife, and fight he will.

An Emergence of Green is a timeless novel of no-holds-barred combat between a man and a woman for the body and soul of the woman they both covet.

This contemporary new edition of a cherished classic is a "powerful addition to gay literature, with characters of a depth and intensity not often found in today's world of disposable supermarket-rack books" (the Advocate).

Personal Details
Collection Status In Collection
Index 1481
Rating 0
Read It Yes
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Library of Congress
Product Details
LoC Classification PS3556.O737 .E4 1986
Dewey 813.54
Cover Price $7.99
No. of Pages 352