Ron Naples' debut novel, is a gay, erotic, fictionalized memoir, based on his coming out experiences in the '70s. It is a vivid translation of a time when closet doors were nailed shut, but more than a vicissitude, it is also a peek back at the Disco Era. Raised an Italian Catholic, Ron breaks free from his disciplinary family life, when he is introduced to his first gay bar. There he meets Auntie Brie, an extraordinary drag queen who shapes his destiny. Revisit the politically charged 1979 National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights, join in the debauchery of NYC's acclaimed Studio 54, and escape to the Cape, for a summer gone wild with one of Ptown’s most beloved houseboys. My Last Dance with Auntie Brie defines an entire gay generation who succumbed to the hedonistic lifestyle of that time which has now become legendary.