Andrew And Joey by Jamie James

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In an original and completely contemporary twist on the epistolary novel, 'Andrew and Joey' tells the story of two long-term lovers whose 14-year gay marriage is torn apart when one embarks on a year of study and dance in Bali. Joey plunges into a whirlwind of dance and debauchery, convinced that Andrew will understand and overlook his indiscretions, but Andrew is shattered by the betrayal. As their electronic messages criss-cross the globe, the two men edge closer to the surprising truth about the relationship they'd both taken for granted

About Jamie James

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James writes about science & the arts
Published February 1, 2003 by Kensington. 304 pages
Genres: Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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It consists of e-mails to, from and about Andrew Tan and Joey Breaux, whose 14-year relationship relocates from Greenwich Village to Indonesia when Joey receives a grant to create a dance production in Bali.

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