Sue and Maud from Fingersmith, a Victorian-set lesbian crime novel by the author of Tipping the Velvet.
Has anyone thought about what Let it Go would sound like if Adele made a cover?
Clutching onto her heavy bag by the straps, Aurora rushed straight down the hallway where her new class was. How embarrassing, she thought to herself. She was already late because of traffic and it was only her first day of college. She needed to come up with an excuse and fast in case she’d get called out for it. Thinking things couldn’t get any worse, Aurora sighed and quietly pulled open the door.
The girl stared blankly at the woman who she figured was to be her new professor. An insanely, attractive woman in a classy suit. She struck Aurora dumb from head to toe, with eyes that could challenge and lips that could charm. Aurora visibly gulped.
She wore glasses, too.
I am so eager to watch more Korrasami in Book3.
look at elsa’s right hand
that little squeeze and pull
yes elsa, she’s really there
yeah but not only that, notice that Anna smiles because of it. Anna comes back from the fucking dead to feel her sister hold her for the first time in years. she doesn’t scream or cry, she’s not angry. she just smiles because holy shit Elsa is there and Elsa loves her.