Three stories of lesbian discovery and sensuality from the archives of the award-winning Karin Kallmaker. In the explicit "Steam," a hike in the high country provides privacy and pleasure for an adventurous long-term lesbian couple. The touch of a former lover's hand brings back too many vivid memories, and the unwelcome introduction to the new girlfriend is "Salt" in wounds that won't seem to heal. Humor, tenderness and high-erotic energy combine in "The Butch Across the Hall": Attracted for the first time to a butch woman, an inexperienced lesbian finds the courage to knock on her neighbor's door. 8K words.
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About the Author
Karin Kallmaker has been exclusively devoted to lesbian fiction since the publication of her first novel in 1989. In addition to multiple Lambda Literary Awards for short stories and novels, she has been featured as a Stonewall Library and Archives Distinguished Author. Other accolades include the Ann Bannon Popular Choice and other awards for her writing, as well as the selection as a Trailblazer by the Golden Crown Literary Society. She is best known for novels such as Painted Moon, Substitute for Love, Touchwood, Maybe Next Time and The Kiss that Counted. The California native is the mother of two and blogs at Romance and Chocolate. Visit at Facebook or @kallmaker on Twitter.