Endless Pursuits

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iUniverse, 2005 - Fiction - 164 pages
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There we were, Las Vegas in all it's glory. Gambling, liquor, women, women, food, women, Broadway style shows, women and more women. How could it possibly get much better than this? Did I mention all the women?

Endless Pursuits provides an intriguing look at two virile young men and the inevitable milestones they conquer while growing up.

Eddie Hollis has been best friends with William Moore since the second grade. The two mischievous boys stick by one another's side through the years as they discover the masculine rites-of-passage that make life worthwhile: experimenting with girls, reading sexually explicit magazines, and, of course, pursuing women. Ever daring, they continue to push the envelope until all hell breaks loose. From adolescence to adulthood, author Paco Santiago provides a creative, sexy look into the mind of a man, blending the past and the present through journal entries and sensual experiences. In a world of so many men that are shallow, empty, and lacking depth, it's good to know that there are some out there that are still searching for true passion.

Eddie and William prove that the cunning mind of a man is a dangerous thing to waste-but even more dangerous to encourage.

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