An Inexact Lifeby Gerald Warren
It's been close to three years since Roman's been home, and it probably would have been longer had his good friend not gotten into an accident. Being sick of his perverted uncle, who makes bi-weekly trips to the strip club, is just the beginning. He lives in a city he doesn't know, with people he knows even less. And while most would say 'just go back home,' it's not that simple for Roman.
What if you had a half-brother twenty years your junior, whom you were afraid to meet, your sweet mother had become an annoying, emotional wreck, and your father disgusted you because of his past indiscretions? See, that's Roman's dilemma...and for the first time in his life, two women want him.
So, he must decide if a boring, mundane existence with no heartbreaking surprises is better than one filled with fun, friends, uncertainty and pain. It seems like an easy choice for most, but things aren't always what they appear on the surface-especially when life throws you a curve ball.
About the Author
Gerald Warren graduated from San Diego State University with a degree in Social Science. He lives in San Diego, California where he is hard at work on his second work of fiction. This is his first novel.
- Aeon Publishing Inc.
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I heard about this book from a friend of a friend and bought it not really expecting much...but to my surprise I genuinely enjoyed reading it and, as a young man myself, could really relate to the characters struggle with life. I would recommend this to all people who want a good laugh, along with a good read!