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Love in 24 Frames

Friday, May 22, 2020

Love in 24 Frames (2019) C.S. Poe

Love in 24 FramesDeclan Groves is a CPA who loves art, and rented a space in a studio to have the space to work on his stop-motion project.

When one thinks of a “New York City artist,” they don’t envision a forty-eight-year-old man in a three-piece suit, strolling through the door at seven o’clock after a long day of being an accountant.

He is also in love with the front-desk receptionist at the studio–even if he’s unable to say anything or make a move.

This is a very sweet short story. Declan is a bit of an awkward geek and his crush, Shota, works hard at multiple jobs. They’re just adorable.

“I promise I’m not a creep.”

“Does your niece say that too?”

“She teaches me all the hip lingo.”

Shota grinned.

“No one says ‘hip’ anymore,” I stated, mostly to myself.

This was a lovely little escape, and although there is kissing, there is no boinking!

Publisher: Emporium Press
Rating: 8/10

Categories: 8/10, LGBT, Romance, Short Story     Comments (0)    



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