Eve is a shy withdrawn wallflower, who has suffered uncountable bouts of harassment for her looks and her backward behavior throughout her school life.
Even when she has overcome her issues with appearance she is still, in her mind the ugly duckling. Until Cassandra notices her, and sees a diamond in the rough. Cassandra has no qualms about her attraction to women and begins a slow seduction of the timid Eve.
Cassandra has the patience of Job and stays focused on her goal. Determined to support Eve and give her a sense of worth, and self-confidence. What she ends up with is a sexual dynamo that takes Cassandra’s breath away.
The relationship matures and years later they are still attracted to each other as they were in the library ancient books vault.
I am a writer, not an author. I write about current affairs, social issues and developing lifestyles. A trained philosopher, I have been enthralled with the Existentialists for many years. I have not made up my mind regarding New Wave culture. Only time will tell if it is for real.
From and early age I felt Lesbian romance is a much underserved segment in the literary world, and in feature cinema, etc. It generally is presented as a male fantasy and it dehumanizes the people that are the characters in the work. The world is changing and to some degree the gap that existed 30 years ago is being filled.
My vision for this Blog, is to treat the subject with an open mind. It will be explored from many angles, and many opinions. The state of LBGT community in the early 21st century is expanding. This expansion is a bit lopsided however, as 3 times as many females are self identifying with the lesbian of bisexual life style. This has fascinated me for some time and except for some minor exploration on my part I have The blog will feature as many elements of the subject, from around the world. This blog has been a dream of mine for a very long time and hope you are not disappointed in the contents.
A huge Beatles Fan, and James Bond fan. I currently have become interested in music by Charlotte Gainsbourg and Kelsea Ballerini. I have a real liking for Kay Scarpetta, by Patricia Cornwell.
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