Can’t Let Go

by M.J. Calabrese

Can't Let Go - M.J. Calabrese - Songs of Love
Part of the Songs of Love series:
  • Can't Let Go

When Heywood Miller and Dylan Greig meet, it’s not under the best of circumstances. Two boys become lifelong friends and slowly discover that their love for each other is deeper than they thought. Told in first person through the eyes of Heywood, their relationship over the years is a rocky one at times, but in the end the two of them discover that, just like the song, they Can’t Let Go.

PLEASE NOTE: There is cheating in this story, but the MCs do end up with their HEA!

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Publisher: Independently Published
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Pairings: M-M
Heat Level: 4
Romantic Content: 5
Ending: Click here to reveal
Character Identities: Gay
Tropes: Cheating, Coming of Age, Friends to Lovers, Married Life, Second Chances
Word Count: 26,124
Languages Available: English

About the Author

  

My mother now regrets her fateful words she offered the day I came home from our small town library in Palm Springs, California (yes, I’m a Cali girl) complaining that there were no more books to read. “Then why don’t you write some.” 

My father never saw his old Remington portable until I entered college and they gifted me an IBM Selectric. By then I had produced at least two dozen unpublishable novels which make me cringe when I read them today. 

I found inspiration in innumerable odd jobs (from migrant work as a Date palm pollinator to the person who cleans the washing machines at the launderette to professional Dominatrix) for stories. After a stint in Rehab for Alcohol and Heroin abuse (so when I write those scenes, I know what I’m talking about), I cleaned up and have stayed that way for 29 years. (Me and Sir Elton, LOL). My gypsy lifestyle gave me a unique perspective on the different people who inhabited the Washington, Oregon, Arizona, California, and New Mexico areas where I have lived. 

After 3 very bad marriages to men, I finally figured out what was wrong and fell in love with a woman when I lived in Portland, OR 23 years ago. We’ve been married since 2008 (yes it was legal in California at that time). We now live in Asheville, NC and love the people in this liberal and accepting corner of the mountains of North Carolina.

 


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