Lima Oscar Victor Echo and The Truth About Everything
Dear Author,I saw this picture and would love to know their story.These two are either long-term friends or lovers, not sure which. They should be happy but for some reason they feel sad to me, maybe they have lost someone close or even a beloved pet. I don’t really know. One of them could be ill... show more
Dear Author,I saw this picture and would love to know their story.These two are either long-term friends or lovers, not sure which. They should be happy but for some reason they feel sad to me, maybe they have lost someone close or even a beloved pet. I don’t really know. One of them could be ill or going away. Could you please write their story?Photo Description: Two youn
Publisher: M/M Romance Group @ Goodreads
Pages no: 83
Edition language: English
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Contemporary Romance
, Short Stories
, M M Romance
, New Adult
, Gay Romance
, Gay For You
Series: Love is an Open Road
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