. An uninhibited, seemingly straight young man, Ziggy, becomes sexually active with Josh, a shy, new-found gay friend. Josh has a lot more to offer someone than he's ever been able to show. Ziggy's generosity and genuine affection allow Josh to express feelings and desires he's never shared with anyone before.
The friendship begins one early morning in St. Louis when Ziggy rescues Josh from a couple of bad characters. When daylight approaches, Zig offers Josh a place to crash--and more: Ziggy proposes they share his little studio apartment and split the rent.
The two young men seem to hit it off well from the start, despite their contrasting personalities. But can an honest and respectful friendship survive even one week of sharing such close quarters? And then there's the road trip to Memphis...
As a forewarning, readers should understand that this novel contains some sexual scenes which are described in detail.
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"You think they were planning to rip me off?"
"Yeah, it looks that way," he said. "But with those two, who knows? They might have thought they could f*ck you over in more ways than one."
"Jeez! I guess it's a good thing you were there."
"You're damn right it was! God, I hate it when people take advantage of somebody like you. The bastards."
"Somebody like me? What do you mean?"
"Aw, man, you know."
"No, really, what do you mean, someone like me?"
"You know," he said.
"No, tell me."
"Yeah, you. And naive. But that's not necessarily a bad thing. Hell, dude, all you need is someone to look out for you. Teach you something once in a while. Look, you don't know it, I can tell you don't know it, but you're special, okay? You are. Guys like you don't know how special you are."
"Uhh . . . I'm special 'cause I'm stupid?"
"You're not stupid. You're smart. You just haven't learned all there is to know about how things work, that's all. There's no shame in that. And you're humble, too. You're handsome as hell, dude, and I'll bet you don't even know it, do you?"
"Oh, jeez. I'm not handsome."
"Yeah you are. Good-looking, and good-natured. Hell, you must have figured out by now that I like you, haven't you? F*ck, no way was I gonna let those guys take advantage of you."
Josh Jango grew up in the Maryland suburbs of Washington, D.C. He moved to Memphis, spent some very rewarding time in St. Louis, and later continued westward to the Pacific Northwest.
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