Object of Desire

William J. Mann
Kensington Books (
ObjectofDesireDanny is having a midlife crisis. He still grieves the disappearance of his sister when they were teenagers, and he’s not convinced that his partner of 20 years truly desires him. Enter Kelly, a stunningly handsome young man. Moving between three periods of Danny’s life, there are moments of real emotional investment for the reader throughout. Not a life-changing piece of literature, but it’s an excellent summer read for intelligent people. — Review: Neil Ellis Orts


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