In 1972, six fraternity brothers met a girl at a tavern, took her to a nearby apartment, and each had sex with her. In 1999, 27 years later, the child conceived that night comes looking for his father and justice for his mother. In the meantime, the men have gone about building their lives with wives and careers. They all have repressed or forgotten that night in the apartment. 6 Guys, 1 Girl, 1 Night explores some of the unforeseen consequences of the casual choices we make in the moment.
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About the Author
Jill Kelly is a writer, painter, editor, and coach. Her first memoir, Sober Truths: The Making of an Honest Woman, was a finalist for the prestigious Oregon Book Award. She is the author of a second memoir, Candy Girl: How I Gave up Sugar and Created a Sweeter Life between Meals; two thrillers, Fog of Dead Souls and Broken Boys; and two relationship novels, When Your Mother Doesn't and The Color of Longing. Jill lives in Portland, Oregon, with four cats, many books, and two easels. She loves to hear from readers at email@example.com.