Women in Love
Stories of Love and Longing in the Southwest Desert
Two sets of aching hearts.
Is love enough this time around?
Romantic stories of lesbian love in the magical land of the southwest. Where past and present mingle, ghosts loiter behind rocks, and sandstone cliffs reveal their secrets if you know how to listen. Women who have loved and lost have the chance to love again. But are they ready?
Book One of the Women in Love series by fantasy writer Carol Holland March.
Fog - a grandmother Saguaro cactus whispers to a woman who lost her words when re-united with her ancient lover.
Walking with Georgia - two young lovers hike the Box Canyon trail at Ghost Ranch and encounter a mysterious figure who once lived there.
|Publisher:||Carol Holland March|
|File size:||153 KB|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
Carol Holland March lives in Albuquerque with two demanding dogs who give her ideas for stories in exchange for long bike rides and occasional treats. She writes about the intersection of dreams, reality, and time and sets her speculative fiction in locations where the veil is thinnest. She teaches classes on writing and creativity at the University of New Mexico and blogs at CarolHollandMarch.com. Her novel, The Dreamwalkers of Larreta, is forthcoming by Ellysian Press.