It’s Enough

A Southern Seduction Short

by Julia McBryant

It's Enough - Julia McBryant
Editions:Kindle - First Edition: $ 0.99
Pages: 30

"It's Enough" tells the story of Crispin and Wills, high school best friends who lost their virginity together — and whose lives have since taken very different paths. When Wills returns home for break, Crispin's still madly in love with him. But does his best friend share the same feelings?

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Pairings: MM
Heat Level: 5
Romantic Content: 5
Ending: Click here to reveal
Character Identities: Bisexual
Protagonist 1 Age: 18-25
Protagonist 2 Age: 18-25
Tropes: Coming Home, Friends to Lovers, Passing as Straight, Reunited and it Feels So Good, Second Chances, Slow Burning Love, True Love, Uncommunicative Masculinity
Word Count: 6600
Setting: Savannah, GA, USA
Languages Available: English
Series Type: Same Universe / Various Characters
Excerpt:

“Missed you,” Crispin ventures. He never knows how far he can go with Wills. They may have lost their virginity together in eleventh grade, but they’ve been best friends since kindergarten. Going from best friend to I love you, Crispin’s never sure where the line is.

“Missed you too,” Wills says. “You think I didn’t miss you?”

Crispin shrugs.

“I fucking missed you,” Wills tells him. “You never get it, do you, Crispin?”

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Crispin is too scared to ask what he doesn’t get, so he keeps his mouth shut. He knows what he wants it to be. You don’t get that I care about you. You don’t get that I want to make this work even if it’s across the state. You don’t get that I love you.

 

 

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About the Author

Julia McBryant is, as the saying goes, Southern born, Southern bred, and when she dies, she’ll be Southern dead. When she’s not riding her horse or writing, Julia likes to play with her German Shepherds and rescued greyhounds, make all the crafts (especially those involving glitter), and hike, especially in the North Carolina mountains. She is grateful her husband tolerates both the dogs and the glitter.


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