|Men From the Boys, the (1997) [Novel]|
by William J. Mann
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(From the publisher):
Thirty-plus freelance writer Jeff O'Brien panics when Lloyd, his partner of seven years, announces that there's no passion left in their relationship. But something even more invidious is about to rock Jeff's world: the imminent death of his 47-year-old ex-lover, Javitz, the activist who taught him the difference between Blanche Hudson and Blanche DuBois. Now Javitz has asked for one last summer in Provincetown, where Jeff once tricked with ravishing 22-year-old Eduardo in an unforgettable one-night stand. Suddenly, Jeff's life is a dizzying place filled with illicit desires, betrayals, broken promises, and everything that redefines such things as family, friends and love – both for himself and for gay generations to come.
Original title: The Men From the Boys
Genre: Fiction→ Adult/Mature Content
Fiction→ Gay & Lesbian→ Gay Male