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To Sammy With Love

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Genres: Romance
Sub-genres: General Romance

Peter Symons, a married man becoming weary with lying about his homosexuality, decides to face the consequences and 'come out'. Then at a bathhouse, he meets a young man called Sammy, rejected by his family, and then victimized by the larger homophobia community. This is a love story, a love story involving two people - who happen to be gay.

Peter Symonds is a married man with two children and a successful career. He is proud that he has ‘the best of both worlds’; not only does he enjoy his heterosexual lifestyle, but to satiate his homosexual needs, every Friday night he trolls the male bathhouses in Melbourne,

It is also the story of Sammy, cast out by his parents and family because he is gay.

This is a love story. A love story about two people – who happen to be gay.

 

Copyright @2011 Graham Sealby<br />All rights reserved

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sojourn

  

Before I selected the five stars, I asked myself, "what was wrong with this story"? I thought, maybe the homophobes and the ex wife could be punished somehow. But, I figured it was actually more realistic, ending as it did. I thought about the flow. It was smooth. The dialogue was somewhat foreign, but still easily understood. The characters were realistic and relatable. There were several surprises along the way. This was definitely... I can't remember the word for when a play features several actors without having a single lead actor. I am sure I will the word will come to me and I will mentally kick myself, but I will not come back to edit this just to add that word. I think "ensemble cast" is the  phrase I seek.

I also felt such a kinship with Peter. Married with children and all those complications. My own experiences left me with the solid hope that he will find his way. 

I am not sure this review is what GA really expected. But, yours was a great story and I am eager to read more of your work.

Thanks for sharing,

Jim 

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