Squire’s Isle Created by Geonn Cannon

The Following Sea

The Following Sea

Sara Tamirova doesn’t need much to make her happy. She’s a well-respected deckhand on an Alaskan salmon seiner in the summer months, and she has a steady stream of beds she can hop into if the winter gets too cold. But all that changes when she meets Vanessa Kavik. It’s lust at first sight for Sara, but her fantasies are quickly dashed when she discovers that the lovely newcomer is married to a fellow deckhand. She’s ready to throw in the towel when Vanessa casually reveals that she’s bisexual, she has an open relationship with her husband.

Sara is adamantly against becoming involved with a married woman; she just won’t cross that line no matter how willing the couple might be. But her platonic friendship with Vanessa causes a lot more problems than it eases and Sara finds her resolve crumbling. With her feelings for Vanessa threatening to overtake her better judgment, Sara is forced to make a move. But as she’s learned time and again, the sea can be dangerous, and the weather can change at a moment’s notice.

The Following Sea is available now.

3 Responses to “The Following Sea”

  • Once again, I was searching for a way to buy a Geonn Cannon ebook. Looks like I will be buying The Following Sea second-hand and adding to my second-hand Geonn Cannon collection. Am I making my point yet? I buy directly from the publishers to support lesbian authors. In ebook. If it’s not in ebook, I buy it second-hand. Thank you for the well written stories, though. On-Air and World on Fire are some of my favourite books. 😉

  • Geonn is under contract with a publisher: he isn’t the one who gets to decide whether or not his novels are in ebook format. He had no control over that at all, except for the Riley Parra series, which we publish through this site before it comes out anywhere else. I understand your position here, but you’d be better off addressing your complaint to PD Publishing.

Morgan (Webmistress) on February 19th, 2012 at 10:52 pm
  • Thank you, Morgan. I will forward this to PD Publishing.