Building Perfection

Building Perfection

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"I used to think sex was a bond and the feeling you got while you climaxed was love but that empty feeling you got when it was all over, well that was what it felt like to be brokenhearted." -David Mathieu David Mathieu is a young engineer, with a knack for sexually enticing women. Living out in California he attempts to breakout of his social shell through the use of spoken word. One night while performing one of his poems a woman catches his eye but pays him no mind. In his world a disconnect between emotions and reality has gotten him this far and he plans to keep it that way, but things rarely go as planned. Finally after some time the young woman gives him a chance and they embark upon an imperfectly perfect journey. While he tries to live his dream he realizes that sometimes sex comes with emotions, which can be for the better and can also be for the worse. Over time the two grow close and break barriers they both had setup until chasing their dreams got in the way. After a whirlwind break up the two go their separate ways but seemingly always end up going down the same path until they realize they're on the same path because this was the part of their dreams they couldn't understand.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 218 pages
  • 127 x 203 x 12mm | 218g
  • English
  • 0996353208
  • 9780996353205

About Michael T Douglas

I hate writing directly about myself, I'm so much better at the fictional stuff. Does that mean I'm not in touch with my reality, whatever that means? I was born and raised in Greater Boston in a pretty large family. Writing was my escape before I knew there was such a thing. My high school teacher encouraged me to do it after a brief series of short works were turned in during our creative writing workshop. Finally in college my works expanded to incorporate short stories, both erotica and fictional works, and poetry. College was probably the place where my writing really took me places. You finally get into your more serious relationships, find your biggest hurdles and you start to actually live; my words just came to life. I was able to write about the things I was going through and also started writing about things others were going through. College, the good old years. Now I'm an engineer in my field who still writes more so as a hobby now than an escape but every once in a while I take out my phone and venture through my imagination as far from reality as I can go. Join me on my adventures and feel free to tell me about your own. To learn more about author and his works please visit
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