(Separate Schools, Book 1) Separate Schools

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Harrison Wade and Taylor Brooks have been best friends for ten years and professing reciprocal love since they were sixteen.

Two inseparable friends are about to face their profoundest challenge. Taylor is going away to a college twenty-four hundred miles away. She’s leaving her best buddy-slash-boyfriend behind.

Every end-of-summer since Harrison was ten has been punctuated by the weekend bash at Taylor’s parents’ lakeside cottage in northern Michigan. Only this summer it seems like they’re saying goodbye to more than just a season.

As what might be the last Brooks’ bash ever gets under way, revelations are made, and harsh truths come into startling focus. Fear that his separation from the love of his life may be measured in more than miles has them both challenging themselves on how enduring true love can be …

There’s jealousy and angst, suffering, and the exploration of polyamory and open relationships. This is a love story and the emotions are paramount, but I can’t guarantee an HEA. It’s played out on the battlefield of heartache and tests the elasticity and endurance of true love.

1 review for (Separate Schools, Book 1) Separate Schools

  1. DavidnDaria

    School Days, School Days: Rough road ahead. My wife and I read these together…
    September 14, 2018
    Format: Kindle EditionVerified Purchase
    Another book by stellar author KT Morrison. KT is simply the best in this genre. The writing is absolutely stellar and using what appears to be an innate talent of evoking emotions in the reader had me nearly screaming because I was once nineteen years-old and know in my soul, I could not handle what her fictional character Harrison was handling.

    Harrison’s handling of the situation unfolding that fateful weekend “up north” in Michigan runs the gamut of emotions a teen can feel while knowing he’s right and being manipulated by his girl friend and long time best friend Taylor. KT not only knows this genre better than anyone, KT knows exactly how to express the emotions of other characters, too.

    In turn these readers (my wife and I) relate to these characters on a visceral level, feeling every gut wrenching tickle, jab, and thrust: Disliking some, liking others, and hoping against hope these two young lovers find their way while being thousands of miles apart.

    Get this book. Read it. Hope there is another in the series because this tale is far from over.

    KT Morrison, you are the best.

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