Disappointed by politics and coverups, Father Esteban Hidalgo decides to leave the church, regardless of his conservative family tradition. The real trigger for his decision is losing his best friend, Mauricio, who died of AIDS, and whose last letter stirs forbidden desires, besides asking Esteban to look out for Mauricio’s widower, Javier Lozano.
Without Mauricio's love Javier collapses, and the only thing which keeps him going on is to fulfill Mauricio's last wish. Javier has to personally return twenty years of letters to Mauricio's pen pal and best friend, Esteban. Someone Javier hasn’t meet, but whose voice over the phone, helps Javier cope with his ignorant family that doesn’t even understand the difference between being HIV positive and having AIDS. The meeting between Javier and Esteban changes their lives, but standing between them is a lethal virus, Esteban family’ prejudice, an age gap, and the memories of the man—both once loved.
Such a good story. It has, romance, great pain, loss, love again. Religion which does not win, you will understand, & so much more..
Hope you like it just as much
All I can say that is a great book, I have read two books by this Author and I can say he knows how to put words into a book where you can create your own world or movie in your head… I have really enjoyed reading and I look forward to reading the 3rd book I have from this Author. So if there is anyone thats just looking to read a wonderful Gay Love story this book and Mad Passion are 2 of the books I really love. Naaju Rorrete I hope to see more of your work. You have a great sight for knowing how to make a story seem so real.