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fire opals falling – I fear no arrows

Aromance banish the sunset! aromance is in the ir- idescent twilight Aphrodite laughs why must the world suffer for her caprices? I fear no arrows wild and free my goddess is both hunter and chaste my evergreen heart worships sun … Continue reading

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a fragrance that awakens the soul

Death widow dressed in black her heart enshrouded she mourns the lives she will take o sweet catharsis! she celebrates by dancing on her lover’s grave let us bid adieu… take my hand – the world owes us one last … Continue reading

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Jade

Rose Montague’s Jade, published November 2013 (see guest post by the author: No one reads lesbian fiction anyway, so who cares?), is narrated by Jade, a part-witch/vampire/shifter/fae with an expertise in martial arts, and a strict diet of coffee, wine, … Continue reading

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Black Heart

‘There is always a market for vampires and lesbians. That’s just science.’ So says Morgan Dreiss, author of Black Heart, published April 2013. Black Heart is a rare delight for me, a novella in which the protagonist is a bisexual … Continue reading

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