Voice of the Forest by T. M. Hobbs
Publisher: Gypsy Shadow Publishing (November 2011)
13 pages, eBook (purchased myself for $2.99)
Book Rating: 4 Stars
Sensuality: White Heart
Looking to escape a difficult relationship with her stepmother, Elissa seeks solace in the forest and finds Charles, a man that speaks to her from the shadows, and as she continues to go back to him, she begins to find his voice a comfort despite never having seen him. Written in the style of a fairytale, the mystery of it all was entrancing and I really liked the characters. This is a very short story, perhaps a bit rushed at the end, but a good read nonetheless.