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Traumatized into unconsciousness, he dreams and ...
Traumatized into unconsciousness, he dreams and remembers the life-defining relationship he had with Phillip and the subsequent events that took him almost to the point of death-and back. On waking, and with the certain knowledge that Phillip will aid him in his search, he and his close friends Andrew and David, set out to find Jeff.
They enlist the help of Nick Fallon, a NYPD detective, who flies in to help them and together they face a cult of Satanists led by Paul Lefevre, a mad illusionist promising his followers eternal life. Lefevre attempts to take control of Peter's bond with Phillip by holding Peter's mother hostage-a mistake that will cost Lefevre dearly as Phillip exacts a terrible revenge.
A Self-Portrait is an enthralling mix of romance and suspense, of enduring love and friendship, and the human spirit's indomitable will to survive.
Posted May 12, 2014
Quite a bit of this book goes back and tells the story of Peter and Phillip from the first book. There is still a lot of story left about Peter and Jeff too. Very few authors are brave enough to write about one MC's with 2 life loves (one dead, one alive) but this author does and does it very well - it's easy to believe Peter loves them both equally and that Jeff is not second best just because Phillip is gone.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
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