Lorraine Ray is an award-winning writer who has traveled the west from the Grand Tetons to Silver City, from Leadville to the Petrified Forest. Her writing is equally wide-ranging and includes the tales of kitchen workers, orators from the 1880s, Air Force lieutenants, distressed librarians, love-sick undergraduates, and disappearing millionaires. In the cave of shadows that is our earth she hopes the beauty she tries to convey captivates and amuses her readers. She would be pleased to read any reviews of her works.
Love for the world, and its many beautiful niches, heals a young girl's heartache after a short affair with an older man.
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Bewitching Earth based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
This is a very short story but it seemed more of a monologue. I have to admit I was quite bored by the 5th page and felt that the unending descriptions were confusing and didn't flow very well.
This was not a story really it was a very depressing self-analizing. I have to do that to myself and hers was no better, and more than mine depressing though so it atleast it gave me that. Lol im so glad it was free
Sorry, this was quite rambling.
This was so bad it was one of the few stories i couldn't even bring myself to finish.