Literature professor Louise Richards has a secret. She isn't human. Her evergreen body harbors a weathered soul, jaded and no longer thriving. That is, until fascinating student Nicole Stark walks into her classroom and awakens something within.
Nicole is different and alluring in ways Louise can’t quite put her finger on. Who is this mysterious, enticing woman? What is she hiding? Louise would love to lose herself in those knowing eyes and that teasing smile, and find out everything.
A supernatural lesbian romance about embracing secrets and being true to ourselves.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Having read a few books by the same author, I didn't expect this. I am not usually into this kind of stories but I totally enjoyed this short one. Louise is a teacher at university where she meets Nicole. She feels attracted to her instantly. But there is a problem. Nicole is a human and hence, forbidden. But Nicole is not what she seems to be. Never judge the book by the cover, right? And as I said before, I really enjoyed the reading. I missed more dialogues though.
The Sea was an extremely visual story. The author didn’t need much dialogue because her descriptive writing said it all. This 4000 word story will leave you wanting more, yet the depth of the emotions and anxiety felt by Dr. Louise Richards came through with every single one of those words. It was just so…beautifully written!