Things You Never Get Over

Things You Never Get Over

by Erika Friedman

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Things You Never Get Over by Erika Friedman

This collection contains the following short stories:

The Osprey
Life is uncertain. Loved ones are sometimes ripped away unexpectedly and moving on can seem an insurmountable task.

Un-Opened
Ember knew relationships could be tumultuous and challenging. She was ready for that. Things changed with the decision to start a family. Now there are questions she doesn’t have answers for, and decisions she doesn’t want to make.

In Search of Redemption
People can say indefensible things during an argument, things that can destroy a friendship even after the details fade from memory. Reconciling is difficult, the first steps the most uncertain.

Making a Call
An unexpected collapse interrupts a woman’s time with her lover. Left with more than just her worry for him, she must make a decision that could have terrible consequences.

4 a.m.
Aubrey struggles to be loving and supportive when her best friend repeatedly comes to her for help. She listens, offers her home, but nothing changes. Uncomfortable questions emerge: is it possible to save someone who doesn’t want to be saved, and when is her own peace of mind more important than friendship?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940044218543
Publisher: Erika Friedman
Publication date: 12/29/2012
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 92 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

I write novels, novellas, and short stories. My fiction is primarily character driven and ranges from real-world explorations to fantasy and science-fiction settings. I began writing when I was a young child and started a novel when I was in middle school. I worked on this for several years until realizing my writing had changed and matured enough in the writing process that it necessitated rewriting the entire novel, which was then over 360 pages long and incomplete. Deciding to put this project on hold, I began to explore the art of short stories.

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