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" ... Sierra (Hush) uses rich characterization and lyrical writing to infuse this slow-building romance with depth, humor, and pathos. Readers will savor every dip and peak of Milo and Andrew’s relationship as they balance the need for safety with the necessary risk of pursuing happiness." — Publishers Weekly
Trade paperback, 6" x 9". 274 pages.
January 14, 2016
The connection was instantaneous. Moments after Milo Graham's family relocates to Cape Cod, he meets Andrew Witherell—launching a lifelong friendship built on a foundation of deep bonds, secret forts, and plans for the future.
When Milo is called home from college to attend his domineering father's funeral, he and Andrew finally act on their mutual attraction. But doubtful of his worth, Milo decides to sever all ties with his childhood friend.
Circumstances send both men home again years later, and their long held feelings will not be denied. But will they have what it takes to find lasting love?
About the Author
Jude Sierra began her writing career at the age of eight when she immortalized her summer vacation with ten entries in a row that read "pool+tv." She first began writing poetry as a child in her home country of Brazil, and is still a student of the form.
As a sucker for happy endings and well-written emotional arcs and characters, Jude is an unapologetic bookaholic. She finds bookstores and libraries unbearably sexy and, to her husband's dismay, is attempting to create her own in their living room. She is a writer of many things that hope to find their way out of the sanctuary of her hard drive and many that have found a home in the fanfiction community.
She is currently working on her Master of Arts in Writing and Rhetoric and managing a home filled with her husband, two young sons, and two cats. Her first novel, Hush, was published in 2015 by Interlude Press.
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What It Takes
by Jude Sierra
ISBN (trade): 978-1-941530-59-7
ISBN (ebook): 978-1-941530-60-3
Pricing (All prices US):
Printed book: $16.99
US/Canada: If you place both the print and ebook versions in your cart and order before January 14, 2016, you will receive the DRM-free, multi-format eBook for free.