Fell, by J.T. Marie (nom de plume of J.M. Snyder) is a short sample of her work, and a very good one at that. It is a quick, enchanting read at 2483 words.
It tells the story of two wood nymphs who take a game they play on a mortal too far, and eerily how one of them decides to make up for it, if only for a little while. There isn't much to say that won't give it away but if all her work is like this, then anyone who likes their stories to lean a little to the creepy as well as the curious will love it. I just wish it had been a tad bit longer! This author is certainly worth reading into some more.