THE TRUTH ABOUT LIES is Released
Lies, no matter why they are told, and no matter why secrets are kept, only make situations worse. The truth will always come out in a way that nobody will ever expect. Following a huge social media hit, author Travid D. Boothe offers a highly fantasized erotic tale about two teen boys, who are coming into their sexuality. Their strict family structures makes it hard for them to be a couple, and they try to hide the nature of their relationship from their friends and family, only to find out that what their families are hiding from them could be detrimental to their relationship.
Set against the backdrop of customary towns, love somehow finds a way to survive. "The Truth About Lies" is a poignant tale of love that will take readers further into an abyss of deceit, thrills, lies and uncontrollable emotions.
Love and his best friend, Darvin have been friends for a long time. Their lives are about to change when one of them is willing to let go of their friendship and elevate the relationship into something passionate and romantic. Admitting their feelings for each other is one thing but telling their families about who they really are is another. When will friendship ends and love begins? Find out the answer as this gripping volume uncovers its shocking ending.
"The Truth About Lies" revolves around the universal themes of paternity, belonging, sexuality, family structure, and how all of these can easily be thrown off balance with one lie.
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About the Author
Travis Boothe is a thirty-four-year-old writer from North Carolina. He has been writing since the age of eight and has had many stories published under the pseudonym Don Mika, which is his middle name. He enjoys getting feedback from his readers and can be reached at Travisboothe33(at)gmail(dot)com.
The Truth About Lies* by Travis D. Boothe
Publication Date: December 13, 2013
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 206 pages; 978-1-4931-4950-6
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