1) Excellent story. Involving, draws in the reader with verve. Wonderful historical transgender story.
2) Through the vivid and poetic writing, I was quickly transported by the author to a different time and place. I happen to love circuses and have seen people perform aerial silks many times. The author did an excellent job describing the Silksmith performer and his silks. The relationship that developed between the Silksmith and the Bearded girl was intriguing and breathtaking. I was enthralled to the very end. At first glance, one might think this is a straightforward romance between two circus performers. It's far from that. The author takes two gender-nonconforming characters and tell us how they may have found their place in the world in times gone by.
The Silksmith's Girl Reece Pine
Transgender - Historical
File Size: 2354 KB
Print Length: 62 pages
Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
Publisher: Less Than Three Press (May 1, 2017)
Publication Date: May 1, 2017
Amazon: The Silksmith's Girl Reece Pine
Bearded woman Rudolph joined the circus to find a wealthy husband. The star attraction, the lofty silksmith, shares his caravan and his bed with her while he helps her to arrange marriage meetings in the towns they visit. But as she meets and rejects each suitor, Rudolph realizes the only person she really wants is the silksmith himself...
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