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  1. grahamsealby

    Chapter 3

    I don't know where this story is going. I'm disturbed by the level of homophobia which is apparently accepted. Our community approach is that Adam doesn't have a problem . . . all the other homophobic jerks do! I'll keep reading . . reluctantly
  2. I don't understand the obsession with the color black. It's a depressing color.
  3. grahamsealby

    Chapter 20

    Why did you do that? If I'd known the story had such a tragic end I wouldn't have started reading. The ending was so unessasary
  4. grahamsealby

    Chapter 42

    Well I finally finished. I thought the ending was a little drawn out and Theo the use of a first name as a family name (Marcus) had me confUsed at times but a wonderful story and well written. I intend to follow you. I've written quite a few stories for GA and have to do my own editing. I looked around in the past and found that editors charge 3c per word. Is this what you pay? Thanks for an enjoyable read.
  5. grahamsealby

    Chapter 8

    I don't usually comment on a story until I've finished reading but I need to tell you that you're an excellent scribbler. I'm enjoying the story and your writing style. You write clean and efficiently. Congrats!
  6. grahamsealby

    Chapter 18

    Thanks for your comments. I thought a lot about that and finally decided I didn't want the relationship to imapct on the basic story. Thanks again.
  7. grahamsealby

    Chapter 14

    I really loved this story. You are a very good writer. Your sensitivity shines through in every chapter. Well done!
  8. grahamsealby

    Epilogue

    Thanks!. I've often thought about writing a gay detective series. Something with a financial investigation background would be interesting.
  9. grahamsealby

    Epilogue

    . . . and thanks for your interest. As I mentioned Jaimee got inside my heart and I'd like to write a sequel. I'm thinking . . . I'm thinking . . . thanks again.
  10. grahamsealby

    Chapter 13

    Thanks for reading and your interesting comments.
  11. Epilog Jaimee hastily ended Paul’s call and, making some excuse, hurried home. Trembling with anticipation he had difficulty getting his key in the front door. Paul waited in the lounge room with a smile writ large over his handsome features. They simply stood looking at each other. Weeks of frustration and fear dissolved as they collided in a passionate kiss until their hunger for each other demanded physical relief. After hours of amazing sex, Paul and Jaimee acknowledged that their love h
  12. Chapter Thirteen 13.1 Time passes. ‘I hate this waiting. It’s been several weeks since you visited with the Attorney and the detective, yet we’ve heard nothing. After I gave you Simon’s number did anyone contact him? Can’t you call this Norman and get an update.?’ ‘What good would that do? He’ll call me when he’s ready.’ Both Paul and Jaimee fell into a depressive mood after the visit to Norman Gibson’s office. It had been several weeks and they’d heard nothing. At work, they w
  13. grahamsealby

    Chapter 3

    Read on. Simon has his own problems . . . coming up. Thanks for your comments
  14. grahamsealby

    Chapter 12

    I think the final chapter and epilogue will make things clear. Thanks for commenting
  15. grahamsealby

    Chapter 11

    Jaimee was distraught at the dog's death but I wrote about his despair after he'd settled down somewhat. I didn't want tot clog the story with unnecessary hysteria. He eventually suggested planting a tree over the dog's burial place as a permanent reminder.
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