1 Samuel 18:1 & 3: “And it came to pass… that the soul of Jonathan was knit with the soul of David, and Jonathan loved him as his own soul. Then Jonathan and David made a covenant, because he loved him as his own soul.”
David not only slew Goliath, he won the heart of Prince Jonathan, heir to the throne of Israel. They were star-crossed warrior lovers whose passionate affair changed history and gave rise to the nation of Israel, a legacy that has endured for 3,000 years. Their epic love story stands at the center of a religious tradition that shaped the world.
But Jonathan and David were also two men torn between duty and tradition, driven by their undeniably passionate and physical love for one another. Who were they beyond the historical facts given in the Bible? What were they like—as men? This modern-day novel tells the story of Israel’s first king and the man who captured his heart.
New York Times bestselling author Eric Shaw Quinn is back in this hilarious whodunit taking readers on a dishy insider’s tour through Hollywood’s bedrooms and backlots.
When ghostwriter Paige Blanche gets unceremoniously fired by mega-celebrity Angela Panderson, the most famous woman in the world — known to her fans as Angel — Paige is left destitute and more than a little bitter. A chance encounter between the two rivals on the night of the party celebrating Angel’s engagement to a billionaire media mogul publicly reignites their feud. Hours later the body of Angel’s murdered fiancé turns up in her hotel suite. Clearly being set up, Angel arrives at Paige’s door, covered in blood and pleading for help from the last man on earth who’d want to help her and the only one who can’t turn her down. Together, the two embark on a madcap romp through the looking glass of Hollywood as they try to solve the murder, clear their names, and get a three picture deal in the process.
Written with the same scathing wit and unflinching insight that has made its beloved author the host of his own popular podcast TheDinnerPartyShow.com, Write Murder is a cross between The Devil Wears Prada and the novels of Jackie Collins, a can’t miss read for fans of Hollywood secrets and satire.
Michael Reily never expected to find himself raising a child. As a busy advertising executive and single gay man living in a conservative Southern town, Michael doesn’t exactly have parenthood on his things-to-do list. So when Michael discovers he’s been named guardian of his infant nephew, Scott, he finds he’s taken on the most challenging job of his life. But he’s determined to do it his way, with wit, resourcefulness and spontaneity. The moral outrage that his new position provokes galvanizes him to fight for custody of Scott, battling a close-minded, conservative senator – who happens to be the child’s grandfather – and a host of would-be moral arbiters in a courtroom showdown. And when fate throws some more surprises his way, he faces getting famous, getting rich, getting his heart broken and getting all the knots out of old family ties with the same originality. In a warm and assured voice, the author celebrates the many different forms a family can take and the triumph of individualism over straitlaced conformity. Hilarious, cheering and surprisingly wise, Say Uncle is bursting with life and love.
This popular new line of books follows your favorite Queer as Folk characters on a riveting journey of sexual self-discovery with stories about the beloved characters from the record-breaking Showtime series. USA Today raves, “There’s never been anything else like it on TV” — and there’s never been a book series like this.
Life after college brings a lot more freedom — and a lot of new problems. Brian must trade his status as BMOC for the bottom rung of the corporate ladder, while Michael, who has long given up on college, now wonders if he’s also given up on his dreams. Emmett visits Pittsburgh to celebrate the spectacular launch of his fashion marketing company in Los Angeles (or so everyone thinks), while Deb adds gay rights advocacy to her juggling act of working at the diner and taking care of her ailing brother, Vic. Like Lindsay — who experiences life as a struggling artist and true love for the first time — Deb’s about to get more than she bargained for. Add in a secret romance, sexually charged office politics, an over-the-top drag ball, and the arrival of new friends and lovers, and our little gang is tested enough to qualify for postgraduate credit. More than ever before, Michael and Brian find their friendship challenged. As their choices tear them apart, Brian sees that it’s Michael he’s always loved, and that he always will. But will he tell him before it’s too late?
They’ve been to the prom and signed the yearbooks. Now Brian and Michael are apart for the first time since grade school. Brian’s soccer scholarship takes him to Carnegie-Mellon where he finds that he’s a fresh — if not a small — fish in a big new pond. Meanwhile Michael, Deb, and Uncle Vic embark on the annual Novotny family vacation in the Poconos, where Michael makes some “new” friends. When the trip is cut short because Vic doesn’t feel well, Michael learns that his uncle has AIDS and that their family must come together more closely than ever. Soon classes begin for both boys, and new passions and adventures put their friendship to the test. Lindsay, a pretty, talented art major at Carnegie-Mellon, is quickly becoming a fixture in Brian’s life, and Emmett, whom Michael met at Babylon, becomes a good friend outside the club too. As sex becomes more than experimentation for both, Brian and Michael struggle with jealousy, homophobia, the realities of HIV, and finding a place of their own as they find their way back to each other.
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