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The wild fields

Author: Purple Hazel
Publisher: [United States] : Torrid Books, an imprint of Whiskey Creek Press, LLC, [2018] ©2018
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : Fiction : English
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Ludmilla is a young farmer's daughter living in 16th century Russia. Motherless since age three, and with five older brothers constantly taunting her about her gender, Ludmilla sheds her identity as a girl by age thirteen. She dresses like a man, walks like a man, and smells a lot like one too. Then one day, she goes into town and sees the most beautiful girl she's ever laid eyes upon. It is Tatyana, daughter to the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Historical fiction
Gay fiction
Romance fiction
Electronic books
Fiction
Material Type: Document, Fiction, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Purple Hazel
ISBN: 9781682992982 1682992985
OCLC Number: 1062448500
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Cover; Title Page; Copyright Page; Praise for Purple Hazel; Other Books by Purple Hazel; Table of Contents; Chapter 1: The Zasechnaya Cherta, 1566; Chapter 2: Ludmilla; Chapter 3: Tatyana; Chapter 4: Hesitation; Chapter 5: Belgorod; Chapter 6: Bogdan's Tavern; Chapter 7: Father's Farm; Chapter 8: Moscow Burns; Chapter 9: Captured; Chapter 10: The Long March; Chapter 11: Caffa; Chapter 12: Slave Market; Chapter 13: Bursa; About the Author
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Ludmilla is a young farmer's daughter living in 16th century Russia. Motherless since age three, and with five older brothers constantly taunting her about her gender, Ludmilla sheds her identity as a girl by age thirteen. She dresses like a man, walks like a man, and smells a lot like one too. Then one day, she goes into town and sees the most beautiful girl she's ever laid eyes upon. It is Tatyana, daughter to the local innkeeper, who has practically grown up working there. The lovely brunette has become inured to the fact she might very well turn into an old maid some day running the family business. But when Ludmilla enters her tavern what happens next will change both their lives forever. Ludmilla is everything Tatyana needs in her life. She is the best friend Tatyana never had growing up, and the "boyfriend" she thought she'd never find.

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