If it’s Easy by Carolyn McBride

If it’s Easy by Carolyn McBride
Publisher: Self-Published
Genre: Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Length: Short story (16 pages)
Heat Level: Sweet
Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed by Lavender
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When a Djinn is discovered inside an author’s computer, it’s only the beginning of the strange twist Coriander’s life has taken. Now she’s on the cusp of an out-of-this-world adventure with an exotic, beautiful woman that’s stolen her heart, and is offering to show her not just the stars, but other worlds as well! But trust doesn’t come easily to Coriander. If she opens her heart again, will she be hurt or find the love she craves?

The story starts out with intrigue as Coriander, a writer, and Piri, a female Djinn, are talking through Coriander’s computer. Piri promises her a happy ending, which she doesn’t believe. Then Cori meets the fascinating Devi at a bonfire party, and things heat up, with the promise of not-so-everyday adventure and romance. The two women become closer, and readers can feel the sensuality between them, with the author’s skillful words. It’s classy and sincere, a developing relationship encapsulated within the framework of a short story, and done well.

Cori has doubts though, and talking to Piri creates suspense. It seems Cori is damaged from past betrayal. Devi attempts to break through the walls Cori put up, and their interaction is tender and real. They bring up some interesting questions, ensconced in the mystical. Dashes of visual imagery enhance the story.

Unusual characteristics of both women are quite extraordinary, and this makes for a thoughtful tale. It’s a sweet romance between women who are also friends and well worth the read. I recommend the story for a quick and satisfying venture into romantic territory between characters who truly respect each other.

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