Rainbow Snippet for 4-30-2016

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Tirza is still having a hard time coming to grips with the fact that Kel is female – and that she fell in love with her.

 

She wasn’t sure which was worse — the fact that Kel — a woman — had fallen in love with her and had pleasured her, or that she had fallen in love with Kel — and still loved her, even knowing that she was a woman.  And, even knowing that Kel was a woman, the memory of Kel’s lips and tongue sent heated shivers through her.

“Maresh, what do I do?”

“What do you want to do?”

“I – I don’t know.”  Tirza’s tone was pure misery.

“Do you hate Kel?”

“No.  No, I – I… I don’t hate Kel.”

“Do you love Kel?”

“I… I don’t know.  I know I don’t hate Kel but I’m so confused… How can I love Kel if she’s a woman?”

“The same way you loved her when you thought she was a man – with your heart.”

 

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14 responses to “Rainbow Snippet for 4-30-2016

  1. I love that last line. So pure.

  2. Jana Denardo

    Maresh is very wise.

  3. I absolutely love the last line.

  4. Love the inner confusion as she tries to convince her self 🙂

  5. Louise Louise

    Poor Tirza, I can feel her confusion.

  6. Louise Lyons

    Poor Tirza. I can feel her confusion.

  7. Alexa Milne

    Aww wonderful last line.

  8. I love Maresh’s voice here.

  9. I love that last line so much.

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