The Way Life Turns (A BonyDee Press Challenge)

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What happens when two men are in very different places in their relationship?

Almost from the start of their relationship, Jonah was in love with Scott. Scott doesn’t share that same sentiment. Jonah finds out exactly how Scott feels about him the hard way, when he sees Scott in a compromising position with someone else. How they react becomes the challenge two authors have set out to solve. Will there be forgiveness or misery as Jonah reacts to what Scott has done?

April's Snippet

Jonah stopped long enough for Scott to catch up with him.
“I was coming to your apartment to see you,” Scott said as he walked beside him. Scott held his hand out, silently asking Jonah if he could hold his hand. Jonah shook his head and shoved his hands even further in his pockets. Scott sighed.
“I wasn’t home.”
Scott didn’t say anything for the longest time. The silence was uncomfortable as they turned the corner toward the small café.
“I thought we could talk this morning. Clear up this mess we created,” Scott said as they got to the café.
“The mess you created, you mean.”
“Come on, Jonah. This wasn’t my fault.”

Jonah shrugged and got in line. “You’re the cheater. For the record, I never once even went out with another person as anything even remotely resembling a date the entire time we were going out.” He was next in line and smiled at the cute barista with the lip ring. The waiter smiled back and gave him a shy look. Jonah had seen the black-haired guy working in here a couple times before, but never entertained the flirtatious glances. “I’ll have a regular coffee, please.”

Bronwyn's Snippet

Jonah let the breath out of his body as his head hit the back of the lounge and stayed there. Vince. The arse who was marrying his sister. Okay, so maybe arse was a bad term as the man had been one of his closest friends before the incident and really it wasn’t Vince’s fault that Jonah had walked away from the whole lot of them. However, the fact that he was only here on behalf of his sister, the bitch he chose to marry, made the next conversation a lot less appealing.
Jonah might miss the arse, but it didn’t mean he wanted to see him. To be reminded of the humiliation that was his past. Not to mention, having a guy he’d considered a brother, bitch at him in the words of his sister.
“Jonah, open the fucking door before I break it down.”
Jonah chuckled. What was he going to do, get a chainsaw? It wasn’t like Jonah’s apartment door was something flimsy and easily broken. Hell, it was a fire door therefore heavier than most.
“God damn it, you fucking arsehole. I just wanna make sure you’re not dead.”
“I ain’t!” He yelled at the door.
“Prove it.”
“Doesn’t me talking prove that, fucker?”

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