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Stake through the Heart:
Twilight Lesbians - Paperback

Between dusk and dark lies another world.

The playful quartet that penned the acclaimed Once Upon A Dyke and Bell, Book and Dyke are dimming the lights for journeys into worlds of breathless seduction.

Visit Castle Wrath with Karin Kallmaker. Take a wild ride with Barbara Johnson in Running with Stone Ponies. The truth is as you've never suspected in Julia Watts's We Recruit. Pasts overwhelm the present during Elsewhen by Therese Szymanski.

Haunted castles and lost ingénues, shadows hungry for life, immortal beings of power claiming their captive souls—everything is possible when the sun goes down.

Curl up for seductive, skin-tingling novellas, perfect for bed time. Don’t worry—the flutter at the window is only the curtain in the breeze…>

Barbara Johnson, Karin Kallmaker, Therese Szymanski and Julia Watts join forces again for the third in their critically-acclaimed New Exploits series, creating unique stories with lesbian erotica, humor and adventure. The result is what Curve Magazine called "a true rarity."

By Barbara Johnson (Running with Stone Ponies), Karin Kallmaker (Castle Wrath), Therese Szymanski (Elsewhen) and Julia Watts (We Recruit)

© 2006 • 342 pages • 100K+ words


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Gaylactic Spectrum Awards
"We Recruit" by Julia Watts


Reviews for the New Exploits Series

Gaylactic - Spectrum

"We Recruit" by Julia Watts - recommended short list title by the 2007 Gaylactic/Spectrum Awards!

Curve Magazine about "Once Upon a Dyke"
February 2005 Issue

"A handful of beloved lesbian writers give classic stories a twist in this collection of reimagined fairy tales... The best part? You can read Once Upon a Dyke and discover exactly how mermaids (and Rapunzel, Snow White and many other familiar characters) get it on!"

Wishing Well
Volume 31, Number 4 Issue

Speaking of Karin Kallmaker -- what a story she has crafted this anthology! An erotic Little Mermaid, Kallmaker's story tells how mermaids caninfect humans with incredible, terminal longing. The twist is only lesbians can be infected... Unfortunately, the 77th daughter of the Mer-Queen has a real addiction to human lesbians, one in particular.

Midwest Book Review

Culturally speaking, fairy tales were created for several reasons; community identity, teaching morality, and of course, as entertainment. Thus it is fitting for a group of lesbian authors to reconsider fairy tales and ask in their introduction, "Why were the heroines always pretty, pure, passive little things who needed rescuing? .... What was so charming about Prince Charming anyway?"
The sex gets steamy and sometimes may challenge readers. The novella formats make for a nice change of pace in reading. Once upon a Dyke is romantic, funny, thoughtful, and hot. Buy a copy and live happily ever after, for a while.