Lesbian: Uncovering Charlee

  • by Simone Carter
  • Narrated by Hilarie Mukavitz
  • 0 hrs and 56 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Taking hold of her hand, Annika led Charlee into a stone-sheltered recess. The violet-tinted hue of dawn filtered into the cozy niche.
Annika's hands slid into Charlee's coppery curls and drew her lips close. For a long moment, they hovered there as their gazes danced together. Then Annika pressed her mouth softly against Charlee's, drinking in its sweetness, slowly at first, then more urgently.
Annika supported her as they slowly slid to their knees, their lips never parting. They knelt there in the sand, hands hungrily exploring each other's body. Charlee tentatively ran both hands along Annika's spine, thrilling in the feel of the tremble she created with her touch.
Hungrily, Annika pulled down the zipper of Charlee's jacket, surprised to find the other woman wore nothing underneath it. Sucking in a deep breath, she let her eyes drink in the sight of Charlee's bare melon-sized breasts.
Soon Annika was using both hands to worship Charlee's breasts, lifting and molding the big boobs, pressing them together. Charlee threw her head back arching her spine as Annika replaced one of her hands with her lips and....


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Excellent short story, first time lesbian, lesbian romance.

Charlie"s jerk of a husband dumps her, but in the back of Charlie"s head she is happy to have the chance to start over. Which brings her to Ireland for a job interview with her favorite author. A job she gets as her only to fall head over heals for the author. Who falls for her as well.
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- zenabuff

So sweet and so hot!

I loved this book for a few reasons, firstly even though it's short it's got a solid plot and the relationship development is believable. Secondly it shows that loving someone is not about their gender but who they are. Thirdly it gives a glimpse into the process a writer can use to create believable characters and I found this really interesting!

I felt so bad for Charlee at the beginning her husband was an abusive arse! When she meets Annika there is an instant connection but not a romantic one, I love that this takes time to develop, it's realistic so I'm able to believe it could happen the way it does.

And when things do start happening... hot!

The narration is lovely and smooth, the character voices are well delivered and the emotion of the story comes through really nicely.

This book was supplied free by the author/narrator/publisher and I voluntarily wrote this honest review.

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- Claire

Book Details

  • Release Date: 02-03-2016
  • Publisher: HRD Publishing