Coming Together: Special Memorial Edition

Coming Together: Special Memorial Edition

Alessia Brio

Coming Together

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Coming Together: Special Memorial Edition is a collection of lesbian erotica by the late Colleen Thomas, edited by Alessia Brio. Each story is introduced by one of Colly's friends.

100% OF YOUR PURCHASE PRICE benefits the Kaplan Family Hospice Residence of Orange County in her memory.. Please visit www.eroticanthology.com for more information about the Coming Together series!

This volume's contents include:

Foreword (Mel); Introduction (she reads); A Separate Peace (introduced by Rob Graham); The Run (introduced by Alex de Kok); Just Like That? (introduced by Femininity); Latin (introduced by Cheerful Deviant); Quality of Life? (introduced by Dranoel); Picture Perfect (introduced by Nirvana Dragoness); Football Widow (introduced by Evil Alpaca); The Last Fuck, Goodbye (introduced by Justanne Farrow a/k/a matriarch)

 
PUBLISHED BY: Coming Together
ISBN:
PUBLICATION DATE: 2006
WORD COUNT: 97718
SEXUAL CONTENT RATING: 5 5 5 5 5
EBOOK READER RATING:
CATEGORIES: Anthology, Erotica, WomanLove
KEYWORDS: anthology, erotica, lesbian, charity
 

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EXCERPT
COPYRIGHT Alessia Brio/2006

The internet is a wonderful, terrible place to make friends. Some of us, shy or just in need of a break from ‘real-world’ intimacy, come here believing we can enjoy the special people we meet without being vulnerable to them. Then someone like Colly proves us wrong.

My first post in the Literotica Author’s Hangout was in response to something Colly wrote in a political thread. I wouldn’t have bothered, if I hadn’t admired the way she expressed herself. I didn’t expect to like her; it was impossible not to. Colly’s toughest weapon was her abiding grace and generosity. Nothing defuses a heated feud like a sneak-attack hug that arrives out of nowhere when you’re having a lousy day.

We didn’t share much about our personal lives, except for the parts we had in common: Southern small-town families; the challenge of balancing love and loyalty with seemingly unbridgeable ideological differences. It would be easy to say I wasn’t close to Colly, if not for the fact that she was so often the first person to welcome me back after an absence or offer her support when she knew I was facing a difficult time.

All things considered, I have to say she was a real friend. The hugs and grins and roses were real, too. The illusion was that I could control how much I cared.

I’ll miss you, Colly.

~ she reads

 
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