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The Witch Sea (2000)

by Sarah Diemer(Favorite Author)
3.64 of 5 Votes: 4
review 1: This was a really sweet short story. I adored the characters, especially Nor because she was truly adorable. Meriel had a strong voice and it was easy to empathize with her. You could feel her loneliness and she explained her motives clearly; how she is loyal to family but can’t help but question everything she stands for. Glad this story was made so readily available - the author has placed herself on my radar, that's for sure.
review 2: This story was not at all what I was expecting. I expected that it would be some short, typical erotic tale. It was nothing like that. It was so much more about love, pain, suffering, confusion, heartache... so much went into this tale that I found myself at a loss for words as I finished. The point was not about lesbians ha
... moreving a sexual encounter- it was about love in expected places. The one sexual scene was well-written innuendo, not graphic content. Beautifully written- I highly recommend this one. less
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Short but poignant. Beautifully written. I'll definitely be reading more by this author.
Im not one to read but then i came across ur stuff and im hooked. Love them all.
Bittersweet, and beautiful.
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