Author: Sean Overman
Published: November 4th, 2015
Content Warning: Some sexual content
Recommended Age: 18+
Colin remembers the words that sent his life spiraling into darkness. “Do you understand what you did? You just hit me!” What is a man to do when he experiences domestic violence? What kind of man does he become? See him heart broken, break hearts and figure out what the hell gives his life meaning in City of Angels and Discontent.
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The following week was the funeral. On the main street of their little town of 25,000 people, Colin and his mom entered the funeral home. The stone columns on the outside and big black marble sign indicated they arrived. This was the last place Colin saw his father in the flesh. Colin stared at the body and didn't cry. He was fascinated with the soulless doll of his father.
Father. His dad hated when little Colin called him that.
"There is only one father," Colin’s dad had said to Colin the previous year. "Don't you dare call me that. Call me Dad."
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