Eternal Love

Eternal Love

3.5 2
by Peter Styles
     
 

Rick has lived in New York his entire life. Working side by side with his dad as a caregiver in the Edward’s estate. He has never known anything other than working lower class and dreaming big. Despite all that, his heart is full and he grows to be a confident young man. 

Neil Edward has never been like his father, domineering, rude and focused on

Overview

Rick has lived in New York his entire life. Working side by side with his dad as a caregiver in the Edward’s estate. He has never known anything other than working lower class and dreaming big. Despite all that, his heart is full and he grows to be a confident young man. 

Neil Edward has never been like his father, domineering, rude and focused on wealth. When he is reunited with his childhood friend he realizes he will never be the man his father wants him to be and finally has the courage to work with what he has. 

When the two men find friendship again and help each other realize the truth in their sexual identity, one decision changes everything. Neil will have to decide if making his dad proud is more important than love. Rick has to decide if he can be bribed and both men must decide if love is better when out or still hidden in the closet. 

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940153251912
Publisher:
Peter Styles
Publication date:
05/26/2016
Sold by:
Draft2Digital
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
10,759
File size:
407 KB

Related Subjects

Meet the Author

Customer Reviews

Average Review:

Write a Review

and post it to your social network

     

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

See all customer reviews >

Eternal Love 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous 12 days ago
This is a short book that introduces three people - rich overbearing father, rich father's son, and young mansion caretaker. After a relationship starts to blossom between the son and caretaker, the book ends and the reader is left in mid-air with the author hoping you'll purchase the next book in the series. If this book actually went somewhere, I'd consider it the first in a series. As it stands, it reads like the first few chapters of a longer book. This book is not recommended, even for free, unless you intend to purchase/read the rest of the books in the "series."
Anonymous 10 months ago
I love by Peter Styles books.