She-Bear Thus Accosted—Book One

She-Bear Thus Accosted – Chapter Ten – Nuance

Chapter Ten Mercedes de Acosta—a very out and about lesbian writer born at the turn of the 20th century, noted for many of her relationships, all adventurous, glamorous and passionate—died in poverty asking for her love Greta Garbo who, rumor has it, denied de Acosta even that. Garbo—the introverted movie star described in such belittling […]

She-Bear Thus Accosted – Chapter Nine – Shameless

Chapter Nine Prior to this weekend, neither Lucretia nor Layne rarely engaged in any type of similar melodrama. Both led somewhat mundane lives for the past decade in regards to adventures romantic or otherwise. They purposely avoided any type of sentimental incidents with anyone other than each other; Lucretia for practical reasons of being too […]

She-Bear Thus Accosted – Chapter Eight – Caramel Apple

Chapter Eight Porcia Catonis—philosopher and notably known, as historical texts customarily stated unenthusiastically, as a political pawn of men during the Roman era—reportedly committed suicide by swallowing hot coals once she learned of her husband’s death. Historians—mostly men, of course—found that implausible probably believing women could never do something as abhorrent and painful, so unmaternal-like, […]

She-Bear Thus Accosted – Chapter Seven – Kindness

Chapter Seven Brody explored sex with less than a dozen people in the forty-three years he resided on this planet; fewer that even. He wasn’t much for socializing sexually. He preferred a more solitary and cerebral existence and imaginative means of carnal pleasures considering the other as a form of escapism—like the rare vacation or […]

She-Bear Thus Accosted – Chapter Six – Puzzles

Chapter Six Layne needed to breathe. That breath bounced erratic in response to whatever it was that Brody Blake did to her nerves. Of the many things that Brody Blake brought into life, alliteration framed them all. On this, you need suffer, reader. Layne acknowledged early in life that her predilection for adventure would garner […]

She-Bear Thus Accosted – Chapter Five – Tea

Chapter Five Brody normally found these gatherings unremarkable and unpleasant—an aristocratic menagerie peddled and worn like loose change. Like most of these affairs, people paraded around masquerading in their pretense outwardly dim and stunted. Some even overtly flaunting it like an adjudication. This circle was an overwrought node; everyone infected. He learned long ago to […]

She-Bear Thus Accosted – Chapter Four – Lollipop

Chapter Four High ceilings and chandeliers baroque with light lackluster and forlorn; glitter and gowns and suits gaudy and grotesquely fitted around egos and bank accounts swollen and foul; the tinkling of glasses; a din of voices fixed and base; the droll of conversations overheard, none interesting or clever; money, old and white, loomed and […]

She-Bear Thus Accosted – Chapter Three – Taffy

Chapter Three He realized early on he was giving away the game when he approached her as he did, but he needed to. She was…a diversion. And, an assignment. Wasn’t she? The case—assigned to him as an afterthought, forgotten in the mix of all things tempestuous—was another in a collection of oddities happening presently. It […]

She-Bear Thus Accosted – Chapter Two – Siren

Chapter Two “I know who you are. I know what you do.” Her eyes—hidden behind mirrored sunglasses—featured him prominently. He removed his hoping she would do the same. She did not. He wanted to see those eyes. An emotion tickled her lips taunting him. She sat there, saying nothing, staring at him. After a lengthy […]

She-Bear Thus Accosted – Chapter One – Cotton Candy

Chapter One She tasted him falling in love with her—felt it on her lips like blood. It was hot in the air—like coffee at a coffee shop, sea-salt on the wind, cotton candy at a carnival. She smelled his want and tasted his need in her bones. Through every nerve ending, shattered and uninterrupted, shards […]

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