Trust Fund Boys by Rob Byrnes

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The author of The Night We Met takes readers on a wild ride through the "good life", where no scheme is too outrageous for the two plucky young sheisters on the make in this outrageous novel. Brett Revere is a failed actor, playing a new role - that of a rich playboy - while Jamie Brock appears to be the sort of person Brett's playing. But a night in a watering hole for rich, older gay men reveals that they are in fact both playing the same game, and, after joining forces, they embark on "Operation Hamptons", which lands them right in trouble with the "Velvet Mafia"...

About Rob Byrnes

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Rob Byrnes was born in Rochester, New York, and graduated from Union College before embarking on a career in politics. In an ill-conceived attempt to make his fortune, he moved to Manhattan, where he currently lives. Visit his website at
Published January 1, 2004 by Kensington Books. 320 pages
Genres: Romance, Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Desperate times call for desperate measures in Byrnes's dialogue-driven, tepidly humorous sophomore novel about a broke, destitute young man insinuating himself into gay Manhattan's version of high society.

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