Ex Marks the Spot

Ex Marks the Spot

Gregory L Norris

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How far would you go to save the first love of your life?Ten years ago on an August night, Steve Ranley crashed his ride into a tree, taking a big part of Oliver Canfield\u2019s soul with him. Time doesn\u2019t heal all wounds—in Oliver\u2019s case, it opens them to bleed anew. In the decade since, Oliver and Bradley MacIntyre have built a successful life together, but their relationship has always been haunted by Steve\u2019s death. During that lost summer, Oliver and Steve shared love in secret, and as the dark anniversary looms, Oliver unravels. Seeing ghosts, he is drawn to the malevolent oak that still bears the scars from Steve\u2019s impact.On August 30, at the exact instant Steve died, Oliver is thrust back counterclockwise in time to that other summer, before Steve\u2019s accident. Using his second chance, Oliver vows to alter the events leading to the tragedy. He reunites with Steve, only history doesn\u2019t follow the exact course as he remembers it, and circumstances lead to him meeting Bradley years before he was meant to. His corrupting of established time could save the first love of his life while dooming the sec


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Gregory L Norris:
Raised on a healthy diet of creature double features and classic Science Fiction TV, Gregory L. Norris writes for national magazines, short story anthologies, novels, and the occasional episode for film and television. Norris writes The Day After Tomorrow series for Anderson Entertainment in the U.K. based on the Gerry Anderson NBC made-for-TV movie, which he watched and loved as a boy, and worked on Paramount's Star Trek: Voyager series as a screenwriter. Norris lives at the Outer Limits of New Hampshire's North Country in a century-old house called Xanadu with his giant rescue cat and muse. Raised on a healthy diet of creature double features and classic science fiction TV, Gregory L. Norris writes for national magazines, short story anthologies, novels, and the occasional episode for film and television. Norris writes The Day After Tomorrow series for Anderson Entertainment in the U.K. based on the Gerry Anderson NBC made-for-TV movie, which he watched and loved as a boy, and worked on Paramount's Star Trek: Voyager series as a screenwriter. Norris lives at the Outer Limits of New Hampshire's North Country in a century-old house called Xanadu with his giant rescue cat and muse.

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