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A Buckhead Tale Appearances Trilogy: Book Three Charles and Philip Barnett have settled down to raise their children, but their domesticity is disrupted when Philip's nephew Steve is delivered to their doorstep early one morning after being beaten senseless by his homophobic father. So the family grows, but of course, that's the easy part. A rabidly fundamentalist sheriffA Buckhead Tale Appearances Trilogy: Book Three Charles and Philip Barnett have settled down to raise their children, but their domesticity is disrupted when Philip's nephew Steve is delivered to their doorstep early one morning after being beaten senseless by his homophobic father. So the family grows, but of course, that's the easy part. A rabidly fundamentalist sheriff and a gay-bashing incident leave Steve and his new boyfriend in legal hot water and at the mercy of the deputies' harassment, and Charles must once again take up the fight for justice for his loved ones....

Title : Triumph
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ISBN : 9781613724552
Format Type : ebook
Number of Pages : 320 Pages
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Triumph Reviews

  • G G
    2019-03-21 02:56

    Another winner for Etienne. This book picks up the story of Charles and Philip with the arrival of Philip's nephew early one morning. The boy was brought to them by two friends after having been beaten half to death by his father. The father had caught the boy and his best friend 'fooling around' on a sleepover.The story really involves the growth of Charles and Philip's extended family. First Steve, the nephew, seeks refuge with them and begins to heal. Later he meets befriends, and ultimately falls for one of his new classmates and they start a lawn care business together.Roger, the friend, comes to live with them because after he came out to his family, his younger brothers taunt him mercilessly about going to hell for being gay. They didn't learn that in the Episcopal church, and their parents quickly learn that the father of two of the boys' friends was a Baptist preacher who'd been indoctrinating any children that visited his.Later, Steve and Roger become victimized by the deputies of a Pentecostal sheriff in a suburban county. Charles quickly sets up surveillance, and the deputies, who've been stopping the boys' lawn care truck frequently for no reason, are on tape uttering epithets.The sheriff is brought to justice for his homophobia, and the family which by now, has grown to six children not incluing Steve and Roger settles down to live their lives.These characters are, as are the characters of Etienne's other books, people you instinctively like and relate to, and about whom you find yourself wanting to know more.

  • Pixie Mmgoodbookreviews
    2019-02-24 00:44

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