PALS: women, & grenades

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AuthorHouse, Sep 20, 2012 - Fiction - 278 pages
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A man's journey to reconcile his staunch personal philosophies regarding friendship, success and love. Joe Luca seemingly had it all. The looks, the charm, the intelligence, the drive and a friends for life in David Stern—equal to the task of every man's goal of conquering the world. Dr. Luca, a successful plastic surgeon and Mr. Stern, a self-proclaimed omniscient entrepreneur, had partnered since childhood to live the American Dream, believing at their core that fortune and fame held the meaning of a happy life. When the master-plan is abruptly thrown askew by evemts that spiral like a vortex of doom that has the entrancing love of a beautiful woman at its center, the two men are forced to re-evaluate everything they hold sacred and the nature of their very existence. ...Our course was laid down and exact for each of these encounters. But, something went wrong in Paris, with the girl named Alexis, the one with the Fairy inked in color on the small of her back that stared at me and offered up temptation no man could resist...Her skin looked invitingly soft and I could see myself touching it, nesting in it and thanking the stars of the universe for her, like other men had preceded me surely had done. Yes boys and girls. I was in trouble...
 

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