Présentation de l'éditeur
What causes a man to risk his career and a marriage of twenty years? What comes into this world with him that steals his thoughts and inspires risks that others can't comprehend? David Westin knows. He knows the power of a man's hand on the arm of another man. He has lain awake at night long enough to realize this haunting need will never allow him to go to his grave wondering what might have been. When the day comes his best friend reveals a lifelong secret, their destiny is uprooted and cast to
Together they enter a world of discovery, of elation and joy, of heartache and deception and tears, of physical adventure that neither one could have imagined. Setting themselves apart from the general brotherhood of men, they hear the inner voice that compels them to open a door they can never close. One look inside their soul and you’ll understand why this lawyer and contractor give in to their urges.
Most men would have difficulty talking about this novel, though many, alone in quiet contemplation would feel its effect as deeply as the marrow of their bones. When guided by the chemistry they were born with, they are among those who secretly feel like the fortunate few. They recognize the magic of an intimate bond with
Biographie de l'auteur
A native of Dallas, TX, Martin is the author of A Song in the Park, The Partisans and The Strange Haunting of Johnny Feelwater. He divides his time between writing and riding his bicycle around White Rock Lake in old east Dallas. He is an advocate of gay rights and human diversity.