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Spark & Change

Length:
40 pages
33 minutes
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Released:
Mar 31, 2019
ISBN:
9780463144589
Format:
Book

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Frannie’s a low-powered fae library school student, Shirl’s a wolf shifter and shy about it. They tumble into bed and into each other’s lives in this sweetly explicit paranormal romance novelette, set in a Richmond, Virginia that's been touched by a bit of magic.

Publisher:
Released:
Mar 31, 2019
ISBN:
9780463144589
Format:
Book

About the author

Kellum Jeffries is a squeeful bisexual librarian living in Richmond, Virginia. When she's not librarianing or writing, she's knitting, taking walks with her splendid dog, eating waffles or playing board games.


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This is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places, and incidents are either the product of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously.

Spark & Change by Kellum Jeffries

Frannie’s a low-powered fae library school student, Shirl’s a shifter and shy about it. They tumble into bed and into each other’s lives.

Cover art by Sarah Morley. See more of her art at mimre.tumblr.com!

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This book is protected under the copyright laws of the United States of America. Any reproduction or other unauthorized use of the material or artwork herein is prohibited without the express written permission of the author.

For Whit,

who is amazing

The first time I saw her I was standing in aisle 9 of a Richmond CVS trying to figure out where the real Sudafed went, and then I looked up and bam, there was perfection standing behind the pharmacy counter. Thick dark brown hair cut short and spiky, thick determined eyebrows over brown eyes, a quick flash of a grin at me that said maybe we were playing for the same team here. The grin showed off dimples. I am a sucker for dimples.

Uh, I said. Where’d the real Sudafed go? Because I’m smooth like that.

That’s actual pseudoephedrine, you gotta show ID and sign for it. The stuff still on the shelves is…pseudo-pseudoephedrine, basically. She looked around to make sure nobody else was nearby and then stage whispered, It doesn’t work for shit.

I snorted out a laugh and got my courage up, walked up to the counter and pulled out my license. And then I held my breath while she looked at it, because sometimes when you show ID whoever you’re showing it to is all friendly and chatty until they notice you’ve got a letter in the paranormal box and then they get suddenly frosty. Most days it wouldn’t have been an issue because I have a haircut that shows off my ears out-and-proud, but today I’d been out in the sun and was wearing a baseball cap that hid the pointy tips.

She looked at my license thoroughly—no way she missed the F for fae in the para box—and then grinned at me again and said, Regular or extended release, Frances?

Frannie, I said. And, uh, regular.

I went back every day for the next three days—aspirin one day, cough syrup the next, and by day three I was pretty much over my cold and was reduced to taking a candy bar up to the pharmacy counter, and it hit me that this was getting kind of pathetic so when she said, Hi, Frannie, this time I managed to read her name tag.

Shirl? I said, surprised.

Yeah, we both have kind of old-lady names. We have a lot in common, she said, with heavy emphasis, and whoa, did she mean we were playing on more than one of the same

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