Like Shakespeare? Ever wonder what
started the feud between the Capulets and the Montagues?
Selena Kitt offers one possible answer in this very short
tale of lesbian love.
Both wed to older men, Lady Elizabeth
Capulet and Lady Catherine Montague find in each otherís
arms what they lack in their husbandsí embraces. Lady
Capuletís nurse shares their secret.
I wish I could expound on this plot
line, but being that the story is about twelve pages, that
pretty much sums it up. A Twisted Bardís Tale
presents an entertaining snapshot between two well-known
(and yet apparently not) Shakespearean characters. Being a
Shakespeare fan, I loved the naughtiness this possible plot
line presents. However, I was disappointed in the storyís
length. I would have liked to have seen it woven through the
actual Romeo and Juliet plotline and continue perhaps past
the young loversí deaths. All in all, itís an okay read and
at ninety-nine cents, it's considerably cheaper than renting
a dirty video (although I doubt I'd hurry out to purchase
this tale on its own...).