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Being Plumville

Savannah J. Frierson

Living in the small, southern town of Plumville is effortless, seamless, and safe … if you follow the rules. You’re given them from birth, and anything that could possibly make you break them is removed from your life—even if it’s your best friend.

Such is the case for Benjamin Drummond and Coralee Simmons, two best friends separated during childhood because Benjamin is white, Coralee is black, and relationships between the two races are unspoken in its taboo. However, fifteen years later during the turbulent 1960s, Benjamin and Coralee are reunited, and despite their upbringing, neither are able to deny what they had in their innocent youth, nor suppress the desire to rekindle it—maybe even into something more.

The reunion forces the pair and those around them to examine the consequences of following the status quo versus following their hearts. Is friendship too high a price to pay to be Plumville? Is love? Will Benjamin and Coralee become who Plumville raised them to be, or who they were born to be?

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AJ's Serendipity

Savannah J. Frierson

The last thing Greek Alejandro Melonakos expected to find when shopping for food for his restaurant was the love of his life, but that was exactly who he found when he spotted Black American Samara Grossman across the marketplace. Will he be able to convince her of his love and gain hers in return during her five days on vacation, or will his serendipitous find be all for naught?

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