All Delron wants is to live his life with Phillipe, but when their love lock is stolen from Pont des Art, their relationship is in jeopardy. Without the lock holding them together, Delron is convinced they’ll crash and burn. The only way he can save their relationship is to find the stolen lock, and that is just what he plans to do, no matter what.
Phillipe loves Delron, he really does, but it’s driving him insane that Delron can’t see that a padlock is simply a piece of metal. The lock has nothing to do with them, not really. Up until the night the lock was stolen, their life was great, but Del’s crazy behaviour has Phillipe wondering if he has ever really known his boyfriend.
Delron’s search leads him through art-filled Paris, but will a symbol of love ever be enough to soothe the mistrust his quest has planted in Phillipe? Phillipe always thought he’d spend the rest of his life with Del, but who can live with anyone willing to break the law just to find a padlock when they can buy a new one in just about any shop?
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A story from Love Unlocked - a collection of seven short stories and novellas - unique LGBTQ romances inspired by the Love Lock Bridge.
|Publisher:||Beaten Track Publishing|
|File size:||193 KB|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
Gay fiction--sometimes with a sprinkle of romance, sometimes with a dash of horror, sometimes with a pinch of paranormal, and sometimes a mix of it all. Ofelia Gränd is Swedish which often shines through in her stories. She likes to write about everyday people ending up in not-so-everyday situations, and hopefully also getting out of them. She writes contemporary and paranormal, and dreams about one day writing a post-apocalyptic story--if that ever happens we'll see. Her books are written for readers who want to take a break from their everyday life for an hour or two. When Ofelia manages to tear herself from the screen and sneak away from husband and children she likes to take walks along the coastline and watch the sea. She's recently discovered the miracle of podcasts and spends her strolls listen to wise people talk. Subscribe to Ofelia's email list at http://ofeliagrand.us9.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=c080076874c9baaaee71b5ba1&id=75932554a5
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Read on May 11, 2016 This book was given to me for free in exchange for an honest review. I remember seeing on the news the day those locks we're taken down. I never thought how it might effect someone who was very superstitious. Del is a person who truely believed his relationship would end because his lock was stolen. And this story is about how nothing to one person can be over-The-top important to someone else. Miscommunication leads to down fall of the relationship. For a short story I thought this was written well and at a wonderful pace. Of course it is highly unlikely people that have been in a relationship for five years would have thrown it away so easily. So beside the fact I thought it was unrealistic, I still enjoyed it.