Monday, December 12, 2016

Just Girls - Freshman year of college, and a lesbian teenager tries to protect a Trans girl by claiming to be the Trans student herself

Just Girls by Rachel Gold

Jess Tucker sticks her neck out for a stranger—the buzz is someone in the dorm is a trans girl. So Tucker says it’s her, even though it’s not, to stop the finger pointing. She was an out lesbian in high school, and she figures she can stare down whatever gets thrown her way in college. It can’t be that bad.

Ella Ramsey is making new friends at Freytag University, playing with on-campus gamers and enjoying her first year, but she’s rocked by the sight of a slur painted on someone else’s door. A slur clearly meant for her, if they’d only known.

This is the follow-up novel to "Being Emily." Add your review of "Just Girls" in comments!

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