What Remains of Us
Dear Author,It’s been a year since the earthquake. With San Francisco burning around us, we were sure we’d lost everything. With nothing left to lose, we turned to each other. The world didn’t end that day after all, and we’ve lived every day since rebuilding— together. We’re finally ready to... show more
Dear Author,It’s been a year since the earthquake. With San Francisco burning around us, we were sure we’d lost everything. With nothing left to lose, we turned to each other. The world didn’t end that day after all, and we’ve lived every day since rebuilding— together. We’re finally ready to tell our story.Photo Description: Two men in early 20th century clothing are standing outdoors together. One has his arm around the other’s shoulder and he’s tweaking his mustache.This story was written as a part of the M/M Romance Group's "Love’s Landscapes" event. Group members were asked to write a story prompt inspired by a photo of their choice. Authors of the group selected a photo and prompt that spoke to them and wrote a short story. This story may contain sexually explicit content and is intended for adult readers. It may contain content that is disagreeable or distressing to some readers. The M/M Romance Group strongly recommends that each reader review the General Information section before each story for story tags as well as for content warnings.
Publisher: M/M Romance Group @ Goodreads
Pages no: 43
Edition language: English
Series: Love's Landscapes
Great story with well thought out characters. Highly recommend.
To me this story was an Okay, I didn't like it but I didn't hate it at the same time, it was nice at some points but rather boring at others, I didn't enjoy it that much, it just wasn't for me.
I almost never cry reading books, but I did for this maybe because my city has undergone its own traumatic disasters, though nothing on this scale. Favorite passages: "They had both shed their waistcoats and shirts at some point earlier and were now trudging through the stifling heat in nothing but ...