Residents of Austin, Texas, so value individualism that most (but not all!) of them rally around the phrase, "keep Austin weird." In the midst of that off-kilter vibe are two mildly weird kindergarten teachers, Eleanor Cooprider and Kim Park. One of them possesses a superpower and the other recognizes superpowers in others (and she can talk to plants, though they never answer). Once they share this super-secret, their mutual attraction blossoms into love, and there is nothing weird about that.
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But enough summarizing: please begin listening from the beginning. Thank you for your cooperation.
©2015 Kyle G. Roesler (P)2015 Kyle G. Roesler
I'm sure the story is fine but the person who narrates the story was terrible and didn't bother listening because I couldn't stand the voice. It was monotone and uninteresting
I don't mind reading lesbian books writing by men much but who's great idea was it to have a man read it. I'm a lesbian I get pleasure from women, their looks, their bodies, their voices. I don't want to listen to a man read about lesbian life and love. This narrator also has a problem with speaking clearly so he can be understood. I was unable to get past the first chapter because of its.
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