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[678.71 KiB] The Boy at the Bottom of the Fountain books by Jay Bell

Sometimes dreams come true, whether you’re ready for them or not.

Shane was only fourteen when found a photo of a boy his age and became obsessed with it. Now, thirteen years later, he has a chance encounter with a man who bears a striking resemblance. Already in a happy relationship, Shane must keep his fantasies in check while attempting to solve the mystery, but little does he realize just how many connections they share. The Boy at the Bottom of the Fountain is a heartwarming short story about love in its many forms, be they real or imagined.
The Boy at the Bottom of the Fountain
Title:The Boy at the Bottom of the Fountain
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