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Private Tennis Lessons- Perfecting My Stroke: A Gay Romance ((Gay romance, lgbt, sport, new adult & college, dating, short story, military, bad boy, trainer) ... bad boy, trainer, holiday, new age) Paperback – November 21, 2015
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Or as RP summarizes it, ‘this is about the hottest set of tennis I've ever played... Honestly, I'm feeling just a little bit washed up, over the hill. I mean, I'm only in my mid-thirties, and there's no real reason that I should think this about myself. My life, to all appearances, is in a good place, and I'm a reasonably successful man. But, I guess one of the major things making me feel like this is the fact that my wife and I have been growing apart, and I'm having trouble relating to her the way I used to. I decided one weekend while she's out with her girlfriends on a trip to Las Vegas to start taking tennis lessons, hoping that it might reinvigorate me to some extent, and bring back some of the joy to my life that I've missed. My instructor, however, is an almost perversely handsome young man, and as hard as I try to behave myself, things between the two of us go a hell of a lot farther than just the tennis lessons.'
R.P. certainly knows his way around encounters in the physical sense – this ability to keep ideas fresh and credible is one of his hallmarks. But in this story PRIVATE TENNIS LESSONS he manages to describe a first-time experience as well as any writer has ever produced – and then it goes on from there the way many men fantasize.
Instead of growing tired, R.P. James just gets better with every new story. Hopefully a full-fledged novel will happen soon – all of his many fans are waiting…..Grady Harp, November 15