Max Hubbard-White is a middle aged and well preserved gay man who has very clear views about society, his country and his sexuality. At forty one, he and his partner Cameron have decided to enter a civil partnership. They tell their close friends and family and spend the summer preparing for the ceremony in the backdrop of reality television coming to their home and Max reflecting on his brief liason with drugs which ended with a gun man entering his home. This novel explores the positive in life and the strength of humanity to conquer prejudice and addiction. As Max and Cameron experience life altering commitments they show that the universal concept of 'marriage' has now been given a new lease of life as they enter their civil partnership.
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by on September 30, 2016
- AuthorHouse UK, October 2011
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