A Lesson in Truth (A Short Story)

Adult
Rated 4.00/5 based on 6 reviews
After two years of friendship and longing, a graduate student and his advisor can no longer deny what they're feeling for each other. **Includes bonus story Swept Away** More
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About Sloan Parker

Award-winning author Sloan Parker writes passionate, dramatic stories about two men (or more) falling in love. She enjoys writing in the fictional world because in fiction you can be anything, do anything—even fall in love for the first time over and over again. Sloan lives in Ohio with her partner and their neurotic cats. Her greatest moments in life are spent with her family, her friends, and her characters.

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Reviews

Review by: Novella Girl on March 18, 2014 :
nice story... wish it would have been longer to get to know the characters more but really nice story still!
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Review by: Steve McCormick on Nov. 16, 2013 :
Fiction... and it is! Great leap at the end!
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Review by: J. Prettyman on Oct. 24, 2013 :
Superb story, but have to agree... the ending was a bit over the top. A really huge jump that kind of yanked it out of the realm of realistic possibility.

Very well written.
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Review by: hrhsophia on Sep. 04, 2013 :
Very sweet but I agree with other review that the end was a tad too much too fast.
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Review by: Jen G on Sep. 04, 2013 :
I love the story! It works well as a short story and made me wish it was a longer one- in a good way. I would like to see more from the author
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Review by: Monika De Giorgi on Sep. 03, 2013 :
Very cute story, but the ending was a bit too much. It killed the romance more, like that it underlined it, because it was too much.
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