The Truth About Goodbye by Russell Ricard

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The narrative is endearing and impressively assured, and it will be an entertaining treat for fans of LGBT romantic fiction. A warm, fun, character-driven tale about moving on and embracing life.
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Sebastian Hart has dealt with a lifetime of goodbyes. And now, a year after his husband Frank’s death, the forty-year-old Broadway chorus boy still blames himself. After all, Sebastian started the argument that night over one of Frank’s former date items, someone younger than Sebastian who still wanted Frank.
Challenged by his best friend, the quirky ex-Rockettes dancer Chloe, Sebastian struggles toward his dream of becoming a choreographer and grapples with romantic feelings for Reid, a new student in his tap class.
Ultimately, Sebastian begins to wonder whether it’s his imagination, or not, that Frank’s ghost is here, warning him that he daren’t move on with another love. He questions the truth: Is death really the final goodbye?
 

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Published April 3, 2017 by Wise Ink Creative Publishing. 248 pages
Genres: Romance, Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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The narrative is endearing and impressively assured, and it will be an entertaining treat for fans of LGBT romantic fiction. A warm, fun, character-driven tale about moving on and embracing life.

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