After Aron agrees to a five-month stay, he is encouraged to disguise his appearance by shaving his sideburns and getting a buzz cut. In the absence of radios, televisions, and telephones, the King's kidnappers use physically demanding hikes, spirited games of football, and porch stories to keep their patient sidetracked from the tortures inherent in withdrawal and recovery.
While falling deeply in love, Paul and Tara lead the reader through a whirlpool of ulterior motives, emotional challenges, and euphoric situational highs. As Aron recovers, he reconnects with his daughter, his music, and the most loyal of his 50 million fans.
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About the Author
Thirteen years later, Paul found a little time and on a whim, he picked up a piece of scratch paper and described the moment he learned of the King’s death. He was suddenly overcome with that same sense of sadness, remorse, and guilt. Why? Why had Elvis’ death affected him so deeply? Why, after thirteen years, was it affecting him still? And why did the thought of finally dealing with these issues suddenly seem like such a huge undertaking?
Paul continued writing until all his questions were answered, in his first novel, Contract with the King.