By T.N. Collie
Published by Poison Arrow Publishing
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Published: May 18, 2013
Words: 14,020 (approximate)
A coming-of-age novelette, “Jesse” is the story of a young, African-American girl struggling with both her identity and her feelings for her white best friend, who is also struggling with societal expectations.
As they both try to find their place in the world, they must come to terms with their feelings for each other.
This tale is included in the Inconvenient Romances collection: Forget-Me-Not.
The Inconvenient Romances series is a series of unrelated short stories regarding the many complications of romantic relationships, love, and commitment.
Other tales include: "The Representative," originally published in Expanded Horizons, and "The Perfect Date, LLC."
, african american
, short story
, growing up
, young adult
, new york
, race relations
, new adult
, hair issues
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