Marie Sexton anthology : The letter Z ; Paris A to Z / Marie Sexton.
Contributor(s): Sexton, Marie. The letter Z [author.] | Sexton, Marie. Paris A-Z [author.]Material type: TextPublisher: Tallahassee, Florida. : Dreamspinner Press, 2012Description: 182 pages ; 23 cmISBN: 9781613727201 (paperback)Other title: Letter Z ; Paris A to ZSubject(s): Gay men -- Fiction | Gay couples -- Fiction | Dating (Social customs) -- Fiction | Weddings -- Fiction | Same-sex marriage -- Fiction | Colorado -- Fiction | Las Vegas (Nev.) -- Fiction | France -- FictionGenre/Form: Love stories.
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The letter Z, originally published in e-book format in 2010 -- Paris A to Z, originally published in e-book format in 2011.
The letter Z: Zach and Angelo have settled into their new lives in Coda, Colorado, finding their place in the community with the help of their good friends Matt and Jared. Zach and Angelo are also working out the particulars of their relationship, but when they make a decision Jared disagrees with, Angelo finds himself at odds with his partner's best friend. And his best friend's partner. When the four decide on a quick trip to Vegas, Angelo thinks he and Jared may be back on the right track. But a chance encounter with Zach's ex-boyfriend will make Angelo question everything about himself and his relationship with Zach. Matt and Jared have always been there when Zach and Angelo needed help. But when it comes to sorting out their relationship, their friends may do more harm than good.
Paris A to Z: Zach Mitchell and his lover, Angelo Green, along with their friends Matt and Jared, head to Paris to attend a wedding--a wedding where Matt and Angelo have to spend time with their boyfriends' exes. Between Matt's jealousy and Angelo's temper, they'll be lucky to get through the week without someone punching one of the grooms. But Zach soon realizes he should worry less about Angelo and more about himself-facing the bittersweet memories and his own guilt is harder than he expected.