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Australian artist Max Aleshire doesn't belong in Boston. The weather's too cold for him, as are the people. With only one friend, ex-girlfriend Stacey, he's become an introverted, socially paranoid recluse. He's convinced the loneliness and mundane routine are there to stay until Stacey dares him to make a friend online. By chance, he meets a handsome stranger: a writer named Cameron, with whom he has a lot in common. Inspired by this former introvert, Max attempts to open up and improve his life. First off, he lets Cameron in, certain that he's a good guy. After only a few days, he's surprised to discover that he might be developing feelings for this stranger—for another man!
Little does Max realize, though, that there's a much darker side to Cameron. If love is blind, then Max might not see the danger he's in until it's too late. If he does, will he care?
A fictional suspense novella by Noëlle McHenry about a lonely young man who finds himself trapped in a dangerous love game.
“The lonely one offers his hand too quickly to whomever he encounters.” – Friedrich Nietzsche
First chapter: Polarity | 1: Stranger
Max Aleshire, Stacey Eichel, Cameron Fenn, Polarity, Don't Be Bashful, and Project Eclipse are all (c) Noëlle McHenry (me)
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