“We Are Family” Just Took On A Whole New Meaning…
Andrew Westlake’s life is boring him into a coma. After fifteen years in New York, he has not met up with the gay equivalent of the Rat Pack. He has not realized his dream of becoming the literary voice of his generation. And he most definitely has not met a Mr. Right to share a fabulous penthouse with a view of something other than an air shaft. In fact, the love of his life has just left their cramped, Upper West Side apartment to move in with an apprentice window designer with bleached hair, and Andrew’s two novels have tanked, ending up in bookstore bargain bins.
Stuck in a dead-end publishing job and still nursing his broken heart and tepid reviews, Andrew is resigned to a life of anti-fabulousness…until the night he meets dark, hunky Frank DiBenedetto. With his confident way of taking care of things and his shy demeanor in the bedroom, Frank wins Andrew over. Who cares that Andrew’s friends, the flamboyantly out-there David and wry Denise, suspect that there’s more to Frank than he’s letting on? A little mystery is good…right? Wrong! Not if the mystery is that your lover turns out to be the son of the Mafia’s top boss, and he’s engaged to Anna Franco—daughter of “Crazy Tommy” Franco—a woman who does not take kindly to catching her fiancé in the act of becoming “a made man.”
Suddenly, Andrew’s once-boring life is heating up with enough action to fuel ten novels…if only he can keep his very cute butt intact and his man from ending up on a Most Wanted poster.
Original title: The Night We Met
Genre: Fiction→ Gay & Lesbian