She’s ironed in every sense of the word, from her slick golden hair to her white button-down and prim A-line skirt.
The woman across the restaurant counter has flint-gray eyes, chiseled planes for cheeks, and dark hair cut like a boy’s. A key is tattooed on her forearm.
The energy between them is the same every time, electric and undeniable. Painful. But there’s nothing to be done about it. A delicate gold cross hangs heavy around her neck, an ever-present reminder of her husband’s edicts on what constitutes sin. A reminder of her obligation to purity, obedience, and conformity. A reminder that she must always follow the rules.
But, today she will defy life’s rules. Today, a gray-eyed angel will unlock the door to all the things she hides from herself, to a world she’s always seen as inaccessible—forbidden.
Today, she will discover paradise.
I’m just sad that the book was not longer, however it was every detail.
Left disappointed after such and exciting beginning
I loved this I laugh so much in the beginning as it was cute but I’m disappointed that the story ended so abruptly. I wish there was more to this but I don’t want to read books that are similar to this but the writer. The writer writes amazing but it leaves you feeling like you left hanging only for there not to be a part to or chapters to the story. This would be rated 5 stars but the end left me disappointed! I would love more to read when it comes to lesbian romance but short stories is all there is