A lesbian romance that's equal parts Patricia Highsmith's The Price of Salt/Carol meets Portrait of a Lady on Fire and perfect for fans of Julie Maroh's Blue is the Warmest Color and P n lope Bagieu's Exquisite Corpse.
Set in Bohemian Paris of the early 1950s, Juliet, a penniless American art student, shares a flat with Paulette, a revolutionary with an extensive lingerie collection. To make ends meet, Juliet paints portraits of wealthy debutantes. One of her subjects is Deborah, a young woman trapped in the old social order of her wealthy family.
Juliet herself has felt confined in the rigid academic structure of her art education and finds an unlikely kindred spirit in Deborah. And though Juliet wasn't expecting romance, this is Paris after all, where both inspiration and love abound. Juliet and Deborah's love for art brings them together, even as their friends and family try to drive them apart.
An LGBTQ fairy tale romance where old and new worlds collide. Drawn by Simon Gane, the artist behind Eisner Award nominated Ghost Tree and They're Not Like Us, and written by Andi Watson, author of the Harvey and Eisner Award nominated, S lection Officielle Angoul me title The Book Tour, as well as Kerry and the Knight of the Forest, and Punycorn. A fairy tale romance where the old and new worlds collide drawn by Simon Gane, the artist behind the Eisner nominated Ghost Tree and They're Not Like Us and written by Andi Watson, author of The Book Tour, Kerry and the Knight of the Forest and the forthcoming Punycorn.