Liar, Liar

Dear Author,Yes, I ignored your warnings, and I fucked up, big time.He told me he loved me, told me he wasn t ready to come out, yet More the fool me.It wasn t as if you knew he was married, either.And for the record, I never said I didn t care about you You said you didn t want a relationship with me.So, what changed Photo Description A man s face startlingly blue eDear Author,Yes, I ignored your warnings, and I fucked up, big time.He told me he loved me, told me he wasn t ready to come out, yet More the fool me.It wasn t as if you knew he was married, either.And for the record, I never said I didn t care about you You said you didn t want a relationship with me.So, what changed Photo Description A man s face startlingly blue eyes glare out from a frame of thick black eyeliner, under a one sided fall of black hair Lean cheeks and strong chin are accentuated by a stubble of beard His full lower lip meets thin upper, mouth firmly closed A chain of silver V links circles his neck, under his open white shirt.This story was written as a part of the M M Romance Group s Hot Summer Days event Group members were asked to write a story prompt inspired by a photo of their choice Authors of the group selected a photo and prompt that spoke to them and wrote a short story.Read the story here or find it in Don t Read in the Closet, Volume 4 or Don t Read in the Closet GayRomLit Retreat 2011 Special Edition.__________Genre contemporaryTags gay m m, goth, club, guyliner, friends to lovers, unrequited loveWord Count 2,909
Liar Liar Dear Author Yes I ignored your warnings and I fucked up big time He told me he loved me told me he wasn t ready to come out yet More the fool me It wasn t as if you knew he was married either An

  • Title: Liar, Liar
  • Author: V.J. Summers
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 429
  • Format: ebook
  • 1 thought on “Liar, Liar”

    1. Con-fus-ing! I couldn't tell who was who in the beginning. It's free and only 10 pages and the ending was kinda sweet.

    2. This story was okay but I felt it was too short. There was no depth to the characters - especially Rio. I would've liked to know more about him. Some short stories do a good job explaining the history between two characters, but this story kind of glossed over it. Don't Read in the Closet is a collection of short stories published for free for members of the M/M Romance Group. The best part of this series of shorts is that they were based on a photo and a reader request for a story. Here is the [...]

    3. I do not get this one. (view spoiler)[he tells Rio he doesn’t want a relationship with him but starts one with a married man? How long was he with the married guy? Why start and want one with that guy and reject Rio? There is a HFN at best and no character development at all. I am not sure what the point of this was (hide spoiler)]

    4. And the author said The boys were really uncooperative when I tried to at least peek at their kiss. *curses uncooperative boys* All that fabulous build up only to leave me hangin' but oh, the build up was pretty hot and their timing might finally be right:) You did the picture proud - great job! Thank you, VJ!!!

    5. Don't Read in the Closet: Volume FourDon't Read in the Closet: GayRomLit Retreat 2011 Special EditionMy Rating System:* couldn't finish, ** wouldn't recommend, *** would recommend, **** would read again, ***** have read again.

    6. Story Prompt: Yes, I ignored your warnings, and I fucked up, big time. He told me he loved me, told me he wasn't ready to come out, yet. More the fool me. It wasn't as if *you* knew he was married, either. And for the record, I never said I didn't care about you. You said you didn't want a relationship with me. So, what changed?

    7. I read a couple reviews say they were a bit confused and they wished they knew the characters more-well there is a prequel for this and it's also free:cupopornles.wordpress/2 For me it helped me understand the story a bit better-and a plus is that it's told from Rio's POV.I read this as a wrap up to the prequel and it was a quick fun ending.

    8. Such a great story! My favourite line? This:“Yes…” The word was a sigh, breathed into Rio’s mouth. The man’s breath hitched, drinking Tim’s answer in, sucking in his breath and, it felt like, his very soul.It is a bit of perfection!

    9. ***Read as part of the free Don't Read in the Closet: Volume Four anthology. Story #25***

    10. 3.5 starsWow! Short and hot with a dose of angst on the side! It packs a powerful punch, but jeez, now I want more (just like Tim and Rio do! ;D) Thanks for writing this VJ!

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