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Love in a Nutbag  -  Lisa Ammerman


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Love in a Nutbag
by Lisa Ammerman  

US price: $13.95

UK price : £11.64
Format: Paperback
Size: 6 x 9
Pages: 200
ISBN: 0-595-19719-1

Love in a Nutbag draws a subtle line between easy-read and soft-core literary, with a magical mixture of romance and sexual realism.

Love in a Nutbag presents a combination of literary and intellectual as well as sexual and romantic interest. The story is a “parallel montage” in the lives of two women —— the modern granddaughter and the dead grandmother, suggesting how the two lives are bound together in a common quest for those epiphanies, or moments of intense (often sexual) fulfillment, that come out of the “nutbag” that our otherwise humdrum and prosaic lives occasionally present to us. The story, while rooted in real life, presents a subtle line between easy-read and soft-core literary with a magical sprinkle of sexual realism. While the novel may well cater to the romantic inclination of the Joanna Trollope reader, it will certainly appeal to the ‘thinking’ woman —— and man! It has energy and emotional texture as well as beautifully crafted language. The style is succinct, the language evocative —— both sensuous and sensual.

About the Author

Lisa Ammerman is an American (BA in English) who spent a number of years living in England (Nottingham), and is a published writer of short stories. Her short stories and articles have appeared in My Weekly, People's Friend, The Lady, and Amateur Gardener.  On the literary side, two stories have been published in Small Press Publications; others have been short-listed in UK fiction competitions such as World Wide Writers. Love in a Nutbag is her second novel.  


Also by Lisa Ammerman:

Hunger Hill                    
by Lisa Ammerman

US price: $15.95    UK price: £13.99
Format: Paperback
Size : 6 x 9
Pages: 234
ISBN: 0-595-29881-8
Published: Oct-2003


Romantic tale of a transatlantic affair between an American and her British second cousin. Lots of thwarted passion and appetite for life as the hero and heroine cross their emotional and cultural barriers.

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