Four Bittersweet Romances & A Four-Act Closet Drama

Binky is a young romantic man from the Caribbean and Linda, a young Swede.

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“All stories in this book are impressive, so different, yet making an indivisible whole.”– customer review

THE BALLAD OF CALLE AND MAJA
A slice of romantic realism with two versions of love in play. Maja sends crushes to Calle. He is flattered and infatuated, but cowardice prevents him from approaching Maja. In time, they became friends. Maya is in an unhappy love affair with Jose and has trouble ending it. Calle has much affection for her and intends to help her break the spell Jose has on her.

TWO GIRLS IN A CAFÉ
Two Girls in the Café is about two friends who claim to know the same man. A heated discussion is erupting. The two girls were once close and met for cake, tea and a chat. They chat and giggle to their heart’s content. Then, by chance, one of them spots a man walking in the street whom she recognises. The other girl claims to know the young man, and the idea amazes the girls that they both know him. A tossup is whether both of the girls met the man. But L.G.Taylor hopes there’s more to the story.

Amazon Review: “Contemporary, witty, honest and ironic.”

BINKY’S REVERIE
Binky is a young romantic man from the Caribbean and Linda, a young Swede. After their friendship in London, Linda invites Binky to Sweden for a holiday. Binky’s hopes are high for a continued love relationship. But there are no guarantees in love.

GETTING IT RIGHT, IF EVER
A tragicomic fantasy tale. Set in the there are no early 70s in two imaginary countries. TeeGee and Vikland. Molly, 45, invites Benji, 40, to visit her country. Benji’s overwhelmed and seizes his first chance to visit another country. Then one day, Benji catches sight of a woman and becomes infatuated with her appearance. He pursuit is anything but conventional. What are his chances?

TELL ME WHO MY ENEMY IS—a four-act closet drama
Berry (an Afro-West Indian) and Gun and Kerstin (two Swedish cronies) are socialising. Sam, the Afro-American in time, barges in on the trio. The two black men air opposing views about what’s it like to live in Sweden. Berry becomes belligerent towards Sam. The girls are surprised by the men’s bickering and animosity towards each other. As time goes on, the two Swedes become part of the passionate conversation.