By The Waterfall Freddy MacKay LGBT, Paranormal, Gay Romance, Short Story Mischief Corner Books, LLC October 10, 2020
An innocent hiker crosses paths with a creature long forgotten in human memory, except in folklore.
Humans, so brave and reckless. All ego with short-term memories. Sten has not seen one for ages. His home by the waterfall has been forgotten and worn down as he felt his spirit, thin and fragile, a fraction away from splintering. With his violin in hand, Sten intends to play one last song farewell then it is time to move on.
But a young man interrupts his solo, insisting Sten teach him the song instead.
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A short, but sweet novella about two characters who meet by chance. One is a hiker, the other a mythical creature. The story is fairly short, so I don’t want to give too much away, but if you’re in the mood for a spooky, but not ahhhh! scary-story, about two unlikely “people” who fall in love, give this a chance.
I especially enjoyed the dialogue and descriptions which give you insight into Sten’s loneliness.