(From the publisher):
from the publisher
What on earth can a hot-blooded Cajun choreographer and a perpetually unemployed, upper crust, all-American Asian possibly have in common? Absolutely nothing—except a college alma mater, and fourteen tranquil years of gay marriage in an antique-filled Greenwich Village apartment. But that's about to come to an end now that rising star Joey Breaux has landed a sought-after grant to fund a year of study and dance in Bali—with his reluctant lover in tow.
Soon Andrew and Joey are enjoying an unbridled sexual renaissance in a land rife with lush foliage, seamy nightlife, and native boys in sarongs—a land where the charismatic Joey is warmly welcomed, and his ethnic Chinese lover is routinely ignored or hated. The honeymoon proves as short-lived as the Bali high from a potent slushy cocktail when, as an oblivious Andrew briskly sets up housekeeping, Joey plunges into a whirlwind of dance and debauchery, fueled by secret, insatiable lust for his virile young stage partner, Wayan.
Conscience-bound to come clean, Joey assumes Andrew will understand. Surely he'll overlook this indiscretion. Surely their relationship won't end over something so trivial. So what's a formerly contented, not-quite-committed couple to do? Make a go of it under separate roofs—on separate continents—and figure out that sooner or later, they'll find their way back to each other...or find the courage to say goodbye.
Original title: Andrew and Joey
Genre: Fiction→ Gay & Lesbian→ Gay Male