Something Special

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Will Chambers is reluctant to try infidelity. When he meets Missy Short, the two of them end with as many questions as answers.
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About Geoffrey Kruse-Safford

A happily married, kept-man, writer-in-training, Geoffrey has been a hotel clerk and night auditor, an over-the-road truck driver, a convenience store clerk, among many assorted jobs. His wife, Lisa, is a United Methodist minister. Their daughters, Moriah and Miriam, ensure he doesn't take himself too seriously. Along with Dreyfus, the St. Bernard, Buddy and Casper, the cats, and a guinea pig named Cali, he considers his home life quite normal.

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Review by: Liz Dyer on Sep. 15, 2012 :
Excellent writing! Enjoy reading this author
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Review by: Muriel Covington on April 7, 2012 :
This story started out as a narrative of a man and his disappointments in his marriage. His wife and him no longer communicated or shared any intimacy and had both lost themselves into their separate jobs. He finds himself more and more drawn to the idea of having an affair. At the reccomendation of a "friend", he is told about a bar in a not too far away town where it would be easy but discreet to find someone to share the night with. I was really impressed as to how well the author would switch from a narrative telling of this story to the characters having dialogue between one another. Not only was this well written but the subject matter, in some context, is one more people can relate to than would probably admit. Instead of trying to fix the real problems in their lives, people just learn to live in a state of resigned acceptance of their situations. This was a very believable account of this subject and I felt I was actually watching the scenes take place. Highly recommend this short story. Hope to see more from this author.
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