• by Amy Lane
  • Narrated by Nick J. Russo
  • 8 hrs and 0 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Terrell Washington's childhood was a trifecta of suck: being black, gay, and poor in America has no upside. Terrell climbed his way out of the hood only to hit a glass ceiling and stop, frozen, a chain restaurant bartender with a journalism degree. His one bright spot is Colby Meyers, a coworker who has no fear, no inhibitions, and sees no boundaries. Terrell and Colby spend their summers at the river and their breaks on the back dock of Papiano's. As terrified as Terrell is of coming out, he's helpless to stay away from Colby's magnetic smile and contagious laughter.
But Colby is out of college now, and he has grand plans for the future - plans Terrell is sure will leave his scrawny black ass in the Sacramento dust until a breathless moment stolen from the chaos of the restaurant tells Terrell he might be wrong. When the moment is shattered by a mystery and an act of violence, Terrell and Colby are left with two puzzles: who killed their scumbag manager, and how to fit their own lives - the black and the white of them - into a single shining tomorrow.


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social commentary and a happy ending

I really like this book. Well narrated. The chip on T's shoulder diminishing as the blinkers are removed for Colby's eyes. The love story, so human. I would say this book is as good as it gets for me.I want the world to be equal for all. We should not have to sweat the about the things like race ,religion or orientation and should be able to focus on peace,reducing poverty and hunger. If only.Maybe someday.hopefully soon. Great book
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Book Details

  • Release Date: 27-08-2014
  • Publisher: Dreamspinner Press LLC