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Duet

by Gay Walley

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Duet is a wildly comic story of a beautiful and talented young woman in her 20's living in New York City and her misadventures as she navigates men's desires and fears. When most women look into a mirror, they see flaws in their body. Some of those flaws can end up being the very essence of what some see as a woman's true beauty. Duet, a talented, sensitive, gorgeous young woman, has an unusual anatomy one that might overexcite one man, but terrify another. She has to live with this sexual uniqueness and not see herself as a freak. Men are drawn to Duet. One night she meets Oskar, a handsome young man who is successful, sexy, intelligent, witty and seems able to handle her design. They fall in love, even though he has an aloofness about him that seems a bit odd. It turns out he has secrets of his own. Oskar is also a wild card and turns out to be connected to Duet in more ways than one. Duet is a romp full of vibrant, unexpected characters doing unexpected things, as they love, move toward and away from each other. It's also a metaphor for how we must also risk love, no matter what bodies were given us, and no matter what unusual choices of the heart we make.

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