De Narvaez

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After an eighteen year absence, Dallas Tench, a thirty-six year old gay man, returns to his Florida hometown of DeNarvaez, population ten thousand, to oversee administration of his late father's estate. When Dallas encounters his former high school friend and lover, DeWayne Hobgood, the two men renew their relationship. Dallas is smitten, DeWayne is too, but there's a problem: DeWayne's married to a woman named Taylor. And DeWayne has two teenage children from a prior marriage. Will Dallas settle for a part-time,...
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Overview

After an eighteen year absence, Dallas Tench, a thirty-six year old gay man, returns to his Florida hometown of DeNarvaez, population ten thousand, to oversee administration of his late father's estate. When Dallas encounters his former high school friend and lover, DeWayne Hobgood, the two men renew their relationship. Dallas is smitten, DeWayne is too, but there's a problem: DeWayne's married to a woman named Taylor. And DeWayne has two teenage children from a prior marriage. Will Dallas settle for a part-time, hidden relationship with DeWayne in DeNarvaez ? Or will DeWayne leave Taylor and follow Dallas back to San Francisco.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781615722204
  • Publisher: Damnation Books, LLC
  • Publication date: 10/7/2010
  • Pages: 64
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.15 (d)

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  • Posted December 1, 2014

    Four Stars Not sure where I want to start. The story kept me f

    Four Stars
    Not sure where I want to start. The story kept me from putting the book down. At first I thought that it started out slowly, but I found the writing was so good, that I couldn't put it down till I was done. It ended up being a very fast read.

    I liked Dallas so much in the story, having to deal with losing his dad and dealing with a horrible sister. I felt so bad for him, he had hard life, seemed very lonely, it just drew you to him. I didn't like his sister Dorcas, she didn't want anything to do with Dallas and was very bitter. But I'm sure that's what the author was going for. Then there was Dallas's friend DuWayne, some people never change he was proof of that.

    Even though I found the book a good read, I was disappointed in the ending, that's not the way I wanted it to end.

    I was given this in return for an honest review by Inked Rainbow Reads.
    Sherry

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