Eric Paxton, rising football star and the eldest son of influential bishop, Leroy Paxton, is on the verge of a mental collapse when he learns that he slept with a girl who is rumored to be HIV positive. His NFL career, his affluent lifestyle and ultimately his life could end in an embarrassing disaster. He trusts no one with this secret, that is, until Rachel White, the stunning fiancée of Eric’s younger brother, crosses his path.
While Eric wrestles with his battles, his father, Bishop Leroy Paxton is once again embroiled with the seemingly innocuous, Ellie – the mother of his six-year-old love child. She makes it clear that she still wants Leroy and she will remove every obstacle in her path that will deny her of that fantasy. Including the bishop’s wife.
And finally, Dominic Housten – the young, dashing husband of Leroy’s daughter, is disturbed over his wife’s strange behavior. She suddenly begins expressing deep concern for her ex-husband – the man who almost strangled her to death. What is Dominic to do when his wife suggests her ex move in under the same roof with them?
In this riveting addition to the Church Boyz series, the men are again faced with profound challenges and will need to rely on God to deliver them out of the sudden destruction brought on by the women in their lives.
About the Author
Husband, Father, Muscian, Writer...
Conceived in the chills of Switzerland, Fowler's parents journeyed back home to the Bahamas where he was born and reared a Caribbean product. A cosmopolitan at heart, Fowler's interest in the power of writing was ignited at the impressionable age of thirteen, awarding him the opportunity to share his furor with his family and close friends. His first poem, inspired by his Literary teacher was published at age fourteen by a recognized publishing company in Washington D.C.
He's a graduate of Remmington College in Tampa Florida and was elected to deliver the graduation speech for the Bachelor program. Most of his reading and writing experiences have been immensely touched by noted prolific writers such as, Agatha Christie, John Grisham, Jerry B. Jenkins and Tim Lahaye. He now introduces his new novel, "Church Boyz".
Fowler's favorite activities, besides writing and reading, include playing the piano, traveling, and meeting new people.
Visit his blog at www.churchboyz.org
"I am fascinated by storytelling, and how characters develop into people I feel as if I've known all my life."