Balancing Act

Yes, I am going to read this. The relationship between Terry McMillan & Jonathan Plummer fascinates me. In fact, all relationships where one of the people is gay fascinate me. As an outsider I wonder how you miss certain clues. I almost want to date a closeted gay man to test my relationship gaydar. I met Jonathan Plummer once when he accompanied Terry McMillan to a booksigning at a store I was managing. Initially I thought is was her son, but then I remembered that this was her new husband. At the time I thought he was a little effeminate, but I wrote it off to his being young.
Anyway, this book (releasing in September) is a fictional tale about a love triangle between a young man, his older female boss, and a male colleague. It has the potential to be fabulously bad, but unfortunately with Karen Hunter (a real writer) co-authoring, it will probably be just fabulous.
Now, if we could just get Nicole Murphy & Mel B. to collaborate on a book….

4 thoughts on “Balancing Act

  1. Anonymous says:

    The book is out and an excellent although quick read.I am glad “Justin” got out of “Tasha’s” clutches alive….Jonathan and should team up with Karen Hunter for the sequel.

  2. Anonymous says:

    No one read this gar-bage. He didn’t even write it, Karen Hunter did. Now he is just a broke dog groomer and sometimes stylist. Hmmm. Something smells stanky.

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