Ylva Verlag

Changing the Script

Changing the Script by Lee Winter
317 pages
(104,000 words)

female police officer · lesbian cop · New Zealand

Lee Winter


LA-based English indie filmmaker Alex Levitin reluctantly takes a job in New Zealand to save the “worst movie ever”, Shezan: Mistress of the Forest. Things might go easier for her if she didn’t almost run over the standoffish, beautiful local cop on her first day in town. And it’d really help if her film set wasn’t being mysteriously sabotaged.


When Ika Whenu’s Senior Constable Sam Keegan isn’t trying to stamp out a motorcycle gang drug problem afflicting her town, she’s publicly slamming everything about the exploitative film, Shezan, and the Hollywood blow-ins making it. That includes its nerdy, cute director, Alex, who has woeful driving skills to go with her smart mouth.


Against the stunning scenery and chaotic film-set backdrop, attraction flares between the two warring women as they’re forced to work together to find the set saboteur.


A funny, small-town lesbian romance about clashing cultures and daring to dream big.


This is a Breaking Character spin-off novel that can easily be read as a standalone story.

Taschenbuch: 17,90 € | E-Book: 9,99

978-3-96324-296-0 (paperback)
978-3-96324-297-7 (mobi); 978-3-96324-298-4 (epub); 978-3-96324-299-1 (pdf)

Veröffentlichungsdatum: November 2019