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While Judge Bailey Allard adjusts to life with his new housemate, the much-younger Louisa Robbins, he must make a decision regarding two men legally married in another state who are denied married status in the District of Columbia.


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Since winning the Los Angeles Times Book Prize for his first novel, "Love ", Paul Kafka-Gibbons has reviewed books for major papers nationwide, including the "New York Times", the "Los Angeles Times", the "Washington Post", the "Boston Globe", the "San Francisco Chronicle", & the "Dallas Morning News". He is also a professional modern dancer & has performed with companies in Paris, Washington, D.C., New York, & Boston. He resides in Somerville, Massachusetts.
Published January 1, 2001 by Boston 2001.
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Wealthy Jon Allard, a history professor, lives with Peter, a novelist, and with Nita, Jon’s seven-year-old niece—an annoyingly cute little girl, with her own gallery where she sells her “artwork.” Nita is the daughter of Jon’s troubled sister, Valerie, whose new baby, Sam, soon joins them after V...

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The legal underpinning of Jon and Peter's situation is spelled out in an account of a case Bailey is asked to weigh in on—that of two gay men who are legally married in New Mexico and are suing to have their marriage recognized in D.C.

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