Flowers In February

Kem Austin
Flowers In February

GKRS Publishing
Release Date
July 2011
Inspirational Romance, LGBTQ, Literary Romance

A Gay Love Story Of A Very Different Sort. This short story story revolves around life in the first Gay assisted living facility in Vermont. For a relatively youngish Ken, life there could be monotonous and hopeless if he allowed it to be, but he has a secret, a cherished one, that gets him through the days.

When a desperate new arrival joins Ken and his flamboyant friend, "Honker," Ken decides to share his secret at last, hoping it will help. He tells them, finally, of his lost love, George. It is a tale of pathos, humor, and compassion.

If you've seen or enjoyed the British sitcom, Waiting For God, you'll enjoy Flowers In February. This is a story that transcends generations, has something to say to those Gays, Lesbians, Bisexuals, and Transgendered Persons who have ever contemplated their lives and growing older, what it may mean, and how they may have to deal with the circumstances. Flowers In February, a novella/short story for mature audiences.


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