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Powerful emotions and great sex.
on 3 February 2010
Sean (a science teacher and sports coach) and Kyle (an architect) have been together for six years when Sean is wounded trying to save lives in a shsooting at his high school. The trauma of the tragedy drives a stake through the relationship of the two men, not just because of the physical and psychological pain felt by Sean, and his inability to let Kyle share the burden, but also because Sean turns the tragedy into an opportunity to come out publicly and campaign for tolerance. With the aid of a PR agent, Brandt, Sean has his fiteen minutes of intense fame. Kyle is both excluded and jealous -jealous of Sean's fame and the attention he gives to hisnew career, and jealous of Sean's growing friendship with Brandt.
Profound it ain't, but the book deals powerfully with the issues in the relationship between the two guys and, even if great sex can only patch things over, why should that worry anyone? Yes, the sex scenes are very explicit, but that't the whole point of a book like this. Bring it on.