11 Jul 2019
“My God, baby—It’s really you, I wasn’t seeing things,” the man says, and Michael instinctively scoots back, further away from a stranger he doesn’t know who’s saying things that don’t make sense.
“Daddy?” the other boy asks, and Michael looks at him again, this twin, and thinks, Oh.
“Michael,” the man breathes, sounding like he’s going to cry. “Does he still call you that?”
“Y-Yeah, my name’s Michael, but who are you?”
Taking a deep breath, the man in flannel says, “I’m your dad, honey.”
“Daddy?” Isaac says, looking between the boy on the counter and his dad. “Y-You can’t be his dad, you’re my dad!”
Separated at birth, identical twins Michael Lecter and Isaac Graham never formally meet until a chance encounter at a twenty-four-hour restaurant changes everything.
Or: Fate and circumstance parent-trap Michael and Isaac’s two dads.
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12 Aug 2019