Book Fanatics Delights in Author John Faller’s Gay Romance Story

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“I’d Fight the Devil” follows the story of two men, from two different—or opposite—worlds, who will meet, fall in love and face various obstacles

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Author John Faller rivets readers with a daring gay-romance story in his compelling novel, I’d Fight the Devil. This book follows the story of two men, from two different worlds, who are destined to meet, fall in love and together face many obstacles. Fans of this interesting genre will surely find themselves engrossed and guessing the possible ending to these men’s affair.

This book introduces readers to two men, Doug and Tim, whose lives are in so many ways different. One is wealthy, one is not. One is from a very religious family, one is not. One is very sure of himself, one is quite insecure. They meet on a gay cruise, fall in love and soon plan to move in together; but almost immediately, problems arise, including a meeting with Brett, Tim’s former lover, who accuses Doug of having an affair with someone else. Another problem arises when Doug has to fly to his home town because of a death in the family and finally has to confront his mother to tell her that he plans to live with Tim which, of course, she does not understand.

At last things seem to be going pretty well for the two lovers. However, Doug receives a phone call that Tim has been in a bad accident and may not survive. Doug has fought the devil before, in the form of Brett, but now he faces the horrible prospect that the devil may take Tim from him. Will he win against the devil this time? Readers can find out in I’d Fight the Devil.

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About the Author
John Faller is a retired teacher who taught in the Orange County for 30 years. He taught music for several years before going into the classroom. He grew up in Ohio, graduated from Kent State University, and moved to Phoenix where he taught for five years. He finally moved to Orange County where he taught for 30 years. This is his first novel, and when asked if the story was autobiographical, he said it was about five percent biographical and 95 percent wishful thinking.     Faller is active in the retirees’ organization, he directs and community chorus, and is involved with Log Cabin Republicans. He lives in Orange, Calif. with his partner of forty-four years.

I'd Fight the Devil * by John Faller
Date of Publication: August 7, 2012
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 263 pages; 978-1-4771-4953-9
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 263 pages; 978-1-4771-4954-6
eBook; $3.99; 978-1-4771-4955-3

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