A Sprinkling of Lesbian Short Stories

A Sprinkling of Lesbian Short Stories

Three of Q. Kelly's previously published short stories come together in this collection. A fourth story is "Welcome to Paradise," which has never officially been published and which serves as the basis of Q. Kelly's novel "Third."

THE OLD WOMAN: Jessica is a pretty good best friend, but she goes too far when she dares Rachel to ask an old woman on a date. Rachel has no choice; otherwise Jessica will do the asking, and Rachel has no intention of humiliating the old woman. Turns out maybe Jessica’s idea was not so bad after all. There is a lot more to Ada than her age.

CUPID PULLS A PRANK: Cupid pulls a prank to end all pranks. For the first time in American history, both the Republicans and the Democrats have female candidates running for president. The Republican is Alice Cowell, and the Democrat is Gillian Marshall. Cupid strikes them during a live, nationwide televised debate, and Alice’s and Gillian’s reactions shock even Cupid.

THE NIGHT THEY DRANK WINE: Mallory and Vanessa are sisters-in-law and good friends. One night, they get together to gossip and drink wine. One thing leads to another, and the next morning finds them naked and in bed together. Will they ignore what happened or try to make some sense of it?

WELCOME TO PARADISE: Helen Franklin is horrified when her dying father leaves her a most unusual inheritance: a woman. The woman, Anne, is a time traveler with a tragic past. Helen tells herself that Anne is not her problem, but the hopeful gaze in Anne’s eyes haunts Helen. Do they have a future together? (This story serves as the basis of Q. Kelly's novel “Third.” “Welcome to Paradise” stands completely on its own, though.)

Title:A Sprinkling of Lesbian Short Stories
Edition Language:English
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    A Sprinkling of Lesbian Short Stories Reviews

  • Darlene

    Tomorrow is moving day! I can't believe how time flies when packing boxes! But here we are! So knowing that I chose to read an anthology of short stories. I knew my concentration was even more limited...

  • Lauren

    Weeeeeeeeeeeellllllllllllllllllllllllll.I don't really know how I feel about this collection. (On the bright side, free on amazon! Woo!)A quick PSA: Firstly, this is definitely not erotica, so don't d...

  • Kim

    Interesting stories4 very interesting stories. Well written & edited! I would highly recommend reading this book of short stories. I enjoyed them, so will you!...

  • Lisa KebreauTaylor

    NiceThese stories give us a little food for thought. It is nice to read such relatable stories full of passion...

  • Tanya

    A Sprinkling of Lesbian Short Stories has four stories featuring women of all different ages, but focuses mostly on older women. All of them were good, but "Welcome to Paradise" is my favorite. The de...

  • laura?

    A decent collection; not the best, but there was some cute stuff in there. I appreciated that almost all of the women in the stories were middle-aged or older, especially since a lot of fiction tends ...

  • Adrienne

    BoringBoringThis is more of the white picket fence, if the world were just and perfect type of romance. These stories are so short that there is no build up and one of the stories just seemed to be a ...

  • Catriona Kelch

    They were ok, a little unusual. Found them interesting. I liked "cupids prank" the most because it was an amusing and light hearted story....

  • SunshineGirl

    Not erotica. Female-female stories. Couldn't get interested in several....

  • L.V. Velasquez

    Very entertainingReading this book was quite entertaining. The reading is light and the stories are kind of funny. it was definitely worth my time on this sunday afternoon....