Women of the Dark Streets: Lesbian Paranormal
Enter a midnight world of the supernatural—a world of vampires, werewolves, witches, ghosts, and demons. A seductive world limited only by your imagination, full of dark fantasies, hidden desires, and sexy women who rule the night. Edited by award-winning editors Radclyffe and Stacia Seaman, Women of the Dark Streets presents all new tales of the paranormal from your favorite Bold Strokes authors.
Featuring my short story “Lucky Number Seven,” about a young woman who tries to help the FBI catch the terrorists who murdered her wife.
She didn’t like the way Elsa was looking at her so eagerly, as if she expected her to produce a crystal ball at any moment and start rattling off a list of the terrorists’ names. Something clicked in Kara’s head then, and she licked her lips nervously. “Just what exactly do you do for the FBI, Ms. Cramer?”
Elsa sighed heavily, and Kara wondered if she’d been expecting the question. “I’m a paranormal investigator.”
“I see.” Around them the crowd had begun to disperse, but Kara paid them no attention and she scowled at the other woman. “So what, they sent you in to find out if my near-death experience has suddenly triggered some clairvoyant sixth sense? You think I can see the future now? Read minds? Speak to the dead, maybe? I’ve changed my mind, Ms. Cramer. I think you’re the one who’s been watching too much TV.”