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Handmade in Vulgaria.
Here is a short sample from the book:
We meet in downtown Melbourne, two invisible people lost in the bobbing throng on a Friday night. Except I know you. I know you very well. You’re my step-brother. We grew up together. I’ve known you for my whole life. You were adopted first, when our parents thought they couldn’t conceive. But then they could, and I was born second.
We’ve always been close, you and I. Like best friends, we spent all our time together. You’re five years my senior. I’ve always looked up to you. I’ve always felt safe with you. I love you.
But… but what we do isn’t right. In fact, it’s wrong. So wrong. It’s taboo. We can’t say anything, we can never let anyone know, but you like to flaunt it. You’re like that. I’ve always liked that about you.
We go on dates. Regular dates. We go out in public, and we do things. We do things we shouldn’t. What if somebody were to see us? What if they were to recognize us? But you so love to take risks. You love the energy, and I love the way you feel when the energy is thrilling through you, and when I’m on the receiving end, taking that energy from you.
Tonight is one of our date nights.