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Unexpected in Common Hours

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Tom misses his friend and colleague Lachlan more than he wants to admit, but he finally breaks down and tells Lachlan exactly how he feels. By letter. Lachlan is pretty surprised to hear what Tom has to say, but he's happy to accept it, too, and when he shows up, Lachlan is ready to be everything Tom has wanted. Can these old friends make something new?
ebook, 12 pages
Published March 2008 by Torquere Books (first published 2008)

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Nothing to say. There is no real story. There is no background for the two characters. Who they are and what led them to this moment is not revealed. One of them just comes to the other. They have sex. HEA indicated. Nothing else.
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