Friends or Lovers is an e-short series consisting of three short stories: Best Friends, More Than Friends and Can’t Be Friends.
Throughout the years, Roland kept his secret from everyone, including his best friend, Terrence.
A quiet movie night at home left Roland deciding whether to take a chance and reveal his secret and risk changing their friendship forever.
…a change that could leave them both with a secret only best friends can keep.
MORE THAN FRIENDS
Housemates Roland & Terrence find themselves in a situation where sexual desire and convenience for one competes with the emotional needs of the other. Soon both will see that their one-sided romance can be more volatile and painful than the passion that brought them together.
CAN’T BE FRIENDS
Heartbroken and reeling with questions concerning their one-sided relationship, Roland's heart aches as he watches Terrence walk away slamming the door behind him. Caught up in emotional turmoil, Roland returns home searching for peace and a change of scenery. As he attempts to run away from the pain of Terrence's rejection, Roland finds he can always run home to love and family.
|Publisher:||Sweet Georgia Press|
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About the Author
Lee is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, earning a degree in Speech Communication with a concentration in Performance Studies. He is a multiple award-winning author who creates works that challenge the notion of normalcy. Most recently he was named 2013 Author of the Year by SGL BOOKLOVERS magazine. With his pen, he seeks to broaden minds and reinforce the universality of love. With wit and a gift for narrative, he creates characters that will speak to your heart.
His works include Just Tryin' To Be Loved, How Could My Husband Be GAY?, the "Friends or Lovers" short story series (Best Friends, More Than Friends and Can't Be Friends), love One (short story), and One Family's AIDS (short story).
Lee is also a columnist at Proud Times Magazine in Spokane, WA.
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