I Get Called Leo…


AJ alerted me to this one at Queer Magazine:

Commented by Lena Grey    November 23, 2011
Last updated: November 23, 2011
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NUMBERS BY THEO FENRAVEN

‘Numbers’ by Leo Fenraven is a delightfully engaging story about love happening regardless of any arguments which could be made for or against it. 

Kellan is attracted to JD but has numbers of reasons why they should not get together. When JD questions him about his reasons, Kellan begins to give him answers, some serious and some not; asking and answering their questions brings their mutual attraction into focus. What starts as a flirtation, grows into a stronger interest. Almost of its own volition their relationship eases into something much deeper, while it fortunately retains all the positive elements of humor, friendship, and intensity which brought JD and Kellan together in the first place.

‘Numbers’ is short and sweet, but immensely satisfying. There is a lot of emotion and wisdom packed into the mere sixteen pages in this short story, with a profound message which is best expressed by JD himself: “Sometimes, someone comes along who transcends gender. Doesn’t seem to matter what their sexual equipment is, you just want them.” I happily recommend this charming story to anyone who enjoys an ending brimming with promise and hope. 

And guess what? It’s for sale at Dreamspinner! Get it for practically nothing right now.

A/N: Yeah, they got my name wrong. Does this mean I’m getting famous?
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About Fenraven

Fenraven happily lives in south Florida, where it is really hot most of the year. Find him on Twitter, Google +, and Facebook by searching on 'fenraven'.
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