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Straight Man Gay

Danny Culpepper

Book Overview: 

American actor John Kaiser lives in London where he’s found fame as a television celebrity and theatrical star. He unwittingly falls in love with Brian Mallory, a reclusive Scottish millionaire who takes refuge in his London penthouse once a year to conduct business. Brian sees John as a shy, nervous and clumsy new friend, but John hopes they’ll be much more than just friends—until he learns of a love rival: curvaceous, blonde, and sexy Carol Lexington. He’s devastated when he realizes he can’t compete with this beautiful woman. Or can he? And even if he could win Brian’s love, what other forces would lie in wait to tear them apart?

From the ritzy charity galas of London’s elite to an English countryside manor and a stunning, riverfront luxury penthouse, this love story takes you on a journey of humor, happiness, pain, jealousy and bitter betrayal. Filled with quirky best friends, catastrophic events, and undying love and devotion, it’s the story of a straight man who falls in love with a gay man who did everything wrong and still got everything right

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .P_Normal">The restaurant was busy, filled with Saturday night patrons. There was a spattering of families with children present but the majority of the diners were couples.

A short, swarthy man in a dark suit rushed toward them as Bram and James entered.

“Mr. Lord! How wonderful to see you. Mrs. Giovani and I were beginning to wonder if everything was well with you. It has been weeks since you were last here, weeks!”

Giovani shook Bram’s hand, clasping the big man’s wrist and pumping his arm hard.

Bram grinned down at his energetic, rotund host. “Been busy with a new contract, Vito. Living on fast food and candy bars.”

Vito gasped. “We will not mention that to Mrs. Giovanni or neither of us will hear the end of it for months. I’m just glad to see you back.” Vito smiled at James, standing silent at Bram’s side. “A special occasion tonight,. . . Read More

Community Reviews

Nice book. Some very good ideas. Some less so. All in all an enjoyable reading. Brian is exactly the character I wanted to Read about choosing this book, while Johnny was a bit too over characterized. The change of POV wasn't as bad as I feared, but there were too many voices and some of them didn'

Honestly from start to finish the book had me hooked. I loved every second of it, definitely kept it interesting and funny!!! 10/10 would recommend.

Enjoyably written. Brian was a good example of someone who doesn't fall in love with a gender, rather with a type of person -- perhaps even just one unique person -- because of things even he's not completely sure about. (view spoiler)[I have to say, I hated how much John lost his sensibility and started passing o (hide spoiler)]

This book was written by my coworker. It is a gay love story and a great read! The characters are colorful, full of people you will love to love and love to hate! The plot is entertaining with some interesting twists. It is, at turns, thought provoking in the author's description of the hate and dis

I see that, much like any other book, this one has gotten its fair share of one-star reviews because someone didn't like the genre. I'm still amazed that a person would go to so much trouble to write so much against a book. Why would you think that is productive?

Now, on to Straight Man Gay. I read t

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