Twelfth Night

Twelfth Night Racheline Maltese Erin McRae
  • Title: Twelfth Night
  • Author: Racheline Maltese Erin McRae
  • ISBN: 9781634764940
  • Page: 133
  • Format: ebook
  • Twelfth Night Racheline Maltese Erin McRae Twelfth Night Michael and John a May December couple navigate the repercussions of their gay for you love affair in the hothouse of a summerstock theater production Back in New York City at the conclusion of thei
    Michael and John, a May December couple, navigate the repercussions of their gay for you love affair in the hothouse of a summerstock theater production.Back in New York City at the conclusion of their show s run, John is overwhelmed by his obsession with Michael and the difficulties of learning to date again after the death of his young son and his recent divorce John grMichael and John, a May December couple, navigate the repercussions of their gay for you love affair in the hothouse of a summerstock theater production.Back in New York City at the conclusion of their show s run, John is overwhelmed by his obsession with Michael and the difficulties of learning to date again after the death of his young son and his recent divorce John gradually comes out to his colleagues, his football rec league friends, and even his ex wife.But when he invites his parents over for Christmas to meet the person he s been seeing, the holiday featuring Michael s family s amateur production of Twelfth Night quickly turns into a French farce of potentially catastrophic proportions, forcing John to finally take the lead in claiming his evolving identity as he takes the next step in his relationship with Michael.
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    About Racheline Maltese Erin McRae


    1. Racheline Maltese is a queer writer living a big life from a small space She flies planes, sails boats, and rides horses, but as a native New Yorker, has no idea how to drive a car A performer and storyteller focused on themes of celebrity, gender, desire and mourning, Racheline has a journalism degree from The George Washington University studied acting and directing at the Atlantic Theater Company Acting School New York City and the National Institute of Dramatic Art Sydney, Australia and is a proud SAG AFTRA member She lives in Brooklyn with her partner and their two cats.


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    1. Michael s penchant for being a drama prince aside this follow up to May December relationship between two theater actors is still as angst free as the previous novella The main plot in Twelfth Night is John s coming out progress to his friends and family as someone who is now in a queer relationship Everybody accept it without batting an eye In fact, the only ripple that comes from it is Michael s reaction to John using the word queer Seriously, Michael s pushy attitude towards John he wants Joh [...]

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    2. Originally reviewed for Inked Rainbow This is a terrific sequel to Midsummer It s definitely necessary to have read the first one in order to understand the relationship dynamics between Michael and John I liked this one slightly less, but only because I think it lacked just a bit of the magic that made the first one so wonderful and memorable.The story is entirely told in John s point of view, so we only ever see the somewhat otherworldly Michael through his eyes That s part of what intrigued m [...]

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    3. FiveStarsThis is a terrific sequel to Midsummer It s definitely necessary to have read the first one in order to understand the relationship dynamics between Michael and John I liked this one slightly less, but only because I think it lacked just a bit of the magic that made the first one so wonderful and memorable.The story is entirely told in John s point of view, so we only ever see the somewhat otherworldly Michael through his eyes That s part of what intrigued me in this story I kept feelin [...]

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    4. Original review on Molly LollyFour stars I so enjoyed this story I liked it better than the first one, especially since my main concern in the first how Michael was treated about his past is gone in this story These two guys are still so perfect for each other I love how they work things out and make a relationship work despite their close but not location and two live to mesh John still needs to work on coming to terms with how others perceive his sexuality by virtue of dating a man, regardless [...]

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    5. copy provided to Bayou Book Junkie by author publisher via Pride Promotions in exchange for an honest review This book is the continuation of John and Michael s romance, who met and fell in love during a summerstock theater production, and are now back in New York dealing with real life issues like living than an hour away, work and dealing with the repercussions of John falling in love with a man for the first time, and coming out to his family.The road to HEA is not an easy one, but it s defi [...]

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    6. Perfect escape romance This series is just what you need when you want to curl up in bed with something feel good That s not to say that this book lacks tension Like any well written romance, the pacing of this book and the driving arc keep you interested and rooting for the characters Even when sometimes you really want to talk to them about their choices These books hit that perfect sweet spot of sexy and romantic I finished this one in a few hours and then went right back to Midsummer so I co [...]

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    7. Reviewed for Prism Book Alliance I have been waiting for this novella since I finished a target _blank href Midsummer a back in June That story finished with a happy for now style ending for May December lovers John and Michael Theirs was a love born of a summer in the woods We knew they wanted to make it work back in New York, but the specifics of that were left for the sequel That sequel is emTwelfth Night em.For Complete review see Prism Book Alliance prismbookalliance pos

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    8. OK so I kinda didn t like this follow up as much as the first book in this series, and I think that was mostly due to Michael s attitude towards John wanting him to label himself as gay and that s that I mean, the man is in his 40 s and had always thought of himself as a straight man, so give the man a break and let him come to terms with things on his own time But, I kinda adore these two and just want them to talk things out and keep communicating and have a wonderful relationship I hope there [...]

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    9. As always Maltese and McRae deliver wonderful characters and enthralling stories The only bad part is that there isn t .

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