Bolt-Hole is the story of thirty year old African American, and in denial gay man, Terrell Washington. It’s the story of Terrell’s journey to finding himself. Despite having a degree in journalism, Terrell has found himself stuck tending bar at chain restaurant Papiano’s.
As a character, Terrell is understated and real. He’s complex and, at times, a study in contrasts, but never descends into being a cliche. Colby may seem almost too perfect, but this is Terrell’s story, from his point of view, and although he does see and recognise Colby’s flaws, to him Colby is perfect – perfect for Terrell. I absolutely adored both of them.
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