Seventeen-year-old Ethan Liddell knows he is gay. He hasn't had the opportunity to test the theory yet, but that all changes when Harry MacInnes-Brown suddenly appears in his life in his navy-blue speedos. Harry is only too happy to show Ethan the ropes, and ease him into his manhood, and they embark on an eye-opening affair which leaves Ethan in no doubt as to his allegiance. In this joyful and explicit coming of age tale, acceptance is the norm and, helped by their families and friends, they navigate their way through their relationship via school, amateur theatre, soccer and the temptations en route, all scored with an exquisite classical soundtrack.
ISBN : 978-1-80074-666-4
Pages : 268
Size : 205x140
Imprint : Olympia Publishers
This book was written in lockdown thinking I may be able to come up with a feasible story while reliving my teenage years vicariously, wishing they'd been as described. I'm now seventy-six, a widower, my husband (the dedicatee) having died in 2016 after forty-four years together. My home is in London where my current companion is an eighteen-year-old deaf cat, who is however, an excellent alarm clock, getting me up at four thirty a.m., to feed him before I go for a swim at the YMCA.