Friday, 3 January 2014

Heat of July by Joann Lee

A Short Story

It’s the fourth of July festival in the small sleepy town of Hinkleville. It’s their biggest event in the entire year. Renee isn’t exactly enjoying living in the tiny town. But, with nothing better to do, she decides to fight the crowds and go and watch the fireworks. It’s here that Renee meets Cara. She is instantly smitten.

Cara has recently divorced her cheating ex husband. She’s moved to Hinkleville for a fresh start. When Cara meets Renee, they have an instant connection. There is just one tiny problem though, Cara isn’t a lesbian.

Will Renee change Cara’s sexual orientation? Or will the heat of July simply be too hot for them both?

This is a nicely written, short, sweet, tender and steaming hot romance. Two women, one straight, one a lesbian come together on a hot July day and there are more than sparks from the fireworks overhead. The question is, will a romance be possible between them under the dubious circumstances? The answer is in the story.


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