A Gift of Words

Cover of the LGBT ebook A Gift of Words by Patricia Penn

The community of the Boston demon clans does not have words for what Hekate Lorca and her clan leader Cal do with each other whenever they meet up alone. Everything changes, however, when they stumble upon a human Christmas fair and observe two kissing women.

A Gift of Words

Fantasy, Romance, Short Story, 19 pages
Boston Clan Cycle
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2 thoughts on “A Gift of Words”

  1. Hey there,
    I already wrote you a lengthy review (or rather rave) for this particular story, so you know how much I love it. I just want to use the opportunity to point out that I re-read it at least once a year and it’s a go-to comfort story that I feel like reading when I’m upset. It’s the atmospthere, the unexpected peacefulness and closeness of Hekate and Cal while they’re in the middle of a war, the superb mixture of worldbuilding, plot and characterization, which I don’t see very often in short stories. It’s just a pleasure to read every single time. Look what you did there! 🙂

    1. I’m a little bit in love with you for telling me that. <3

      I love fantasy short stories, exactly because they have to pack a punch in terms of world building. When I was a child, I devoured all short story anthologies published/assembled by Marion Zimmer Bradley. They're a bitch to get edited though. ^^ You try and explain to an editor that no, you can't use a different plural for Fian / Fianna because it's an actual existing word from lore. :p

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