#RainbowSnippets: At Her Service

Welcome to Rainbow Snippets!

Every Saturday or Sunday those participating post and share six sentences of LGBTQIA+ fiction on their blogs. It can be their own. It can be someone else’s. It just needs to be LGBTQIA+.

To read various samples from different LGBTQIA+ stories, go to…


For my own, here’s a little more from the version of At Her Service I’m expanding. This is a little longer than six sentences for the sake of coherency, forgive me…

“Ariella is right,” the Lady Ariella said. Yes, we had the same name once upon a time. “How can you say this is not her home? Her father lives here. She grew up here.”

“Why are you defending her, Ariella?” The lady of the chateaux paused, sounding hurt, even betrayed. “The only reason she grew up here, the only reason her father lives here is because he inherited it from his father and his father before him, going back all the way to the scoundrel whom stole it from the first Ariella, our ancestor.”


11 thoughts on “#RainbowSnippets: At Her Service

    1. Bizarrely enough my inspiration for this story was the origins of the Salic law. Women could no longer inherit the French throne because one greedy uncle wanted to steal it from his niece.


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