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Tall in the Saddle:
Wild West Lesbians - Paperback



If you ever dreamed of being a cowgirl… or being with one… Tall In The Saddle will give you the ride of a lifetime!

Bella’s Fabulous Foursome brings you the sultry and sensuous sights, sounds, and spirit of the old West – with a luscious lesbian twist.

Take a trip back in time and revel in an erotic bonanza of gunsmoke, rawhide, and mavericks.

You’ll travel the rails and trails with rough-and-ready wranglers, sultry Sapphic schoolmarms, and dyke desperados packing more than pistols.

Find hidden love in a boomtown brothel… and forbidden love on the set of an old-time Western.

Discover the secret place where the love between women is hotter than a prairie fire – and more beautiful than a desert spring.

Your saddle is waiting inside…

By Barbara Johnson (Desert Spring), Karin Kallmaker (Cowboys and Kisses), Therese Szymanski (The Life and Times of Bad Bill) and Julia Watts (The Sweetheart and the Spitfire)

© 2007 • 316 pages • 100K+ words


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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 about "Once Upon a Dyke" - 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 can infect 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.