by Joan Arling
Once upon a time, there was a rich girl who got kicked out of her father’s mansion because she couldn’t care less about knights on white horses. Instead, she wants her happily ever after with another woman—with Dawn, a cashier at the local supermarket, to be more exact.
Rich Girl is a fairy tale without fairies, but with a villain, not one but two damsels in distress, and a helpful sprite. No princes, no dragons, but cash registers and guitars.
|Publication Date||September 2013|