Goblins at the Door by Jack Scribe
Jack Scribe's Fall Anthology story
In this excellent and heartwarming story Jack examines the pain and devastation which occur when a long-term relationship ends and the joy which accompanies an unexpected reunion with a lost love.
I really enjoyed the way Eric recognized Steve in little Stevie! It really shows how he had never truly forgotten his friend and how just a name and a child’s face are enough to bring back the memories of the special times he used to share with Steve.
I also loved how they were able to pick up where they left off and be forthright with each other about their pasts. Their lives together are by no means “sealed” since many things could still happen to tear them apart, and yet Jack leaves the reader with a warm impression that everything is going to be okay for these two. After surviving years of separation, and presumably each assuming the other was straight, what else can keep these two apart?
Excellent job, Jack! I really enjoyed this story! What did everyone else think?
Edited by Kitty, 28 October 2006 - 10:42 PM.