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Author:
Rowley, Steven, 1971- author.
Title:
The guncle abroad : a novel / Steven Rowley.
Publisher:
G.P. Putnam's Sons,
Copyright Date:
2024
Description:
pages cm
Subject:
Gay men--Fiction.
Nieces--Fiction.
Nephews--Fiction.
Uncles--Fiction.
Domestic fiction.
Domestic fiction
Gay fiction
Novels
Domestic fiction.
Gay fiction.
Novels.
Romans homosexuels.
Romans.
Other Authors:
Sequel to: Rowley, Steven, 1971- Guncle.
Summary:
"Patrick O'Hara is back. It's been five years since his summer as his niece Maisie and nephew Grant's caretaker after their mother's passing. The kids are back in Connecticut with their dad, and Patrick has relocated to New York to remain close by, and relaunch his dormant acting career. After the run of his second successful sit-com comes to a close, Patrick feels on top of the world... professionally. Some things have had to take a back seat. Looking down both barrels at fifty, Patrick is single again after breaking things off with Emory. But at least he has a family to lean on. Until that family needs to again lean on him. When his brother Greg announces he's getting remarried in Italy, Maisie and Grant are not thrilled. Patrick feels drawn to take Maisie and Grant back under his wing. As they travel through Europe on their way to the wedding, Patrick tries his best to help them understand love, much as he once helped them comprehend grief. But when they arrive in Italy, Patrick is overextended managing a groom with cold feet, his sister Clara who seems to be flirting with guests left and right, a growing rivalry with the kids' alluring soon to be launt (lesbian aunt), and two anxious kids trying desperately to adjust to a new normal all culminating in a disastrous rehearsal dinner. Can Patrick save the day? Will teaching the kids about love help him repair his own love life? Can this change of scenery help Patrick come to terms with finally growing up? Gracing the page with his signature blend of humor and heart, Steven Rowley delivers the long-awaited sequel to a beloved story, all about the complicated bonds of family, love, and what it takes to rediscover yourself, even at the ripe age of fifty"-- Provided by publisher.
ISBN:
059354045X
9780593540459
OCLC:
(OCoLC)1395538215
LCCN:
2023053085
Locations:
GBPF771 -- Ankeny Kirkendall Public Library (Ankeny)
TCPG826 -- Bettendorf Public Library Information Center (Bettendorf)
KSPG296 -- Burlington Public Library (Burlington)
SAPG074 -- Cedar Falls Public Library (Cedar Falls)
TYPH572 -- Cedar Rapids Public Library (Cedar Rapids)
XBPE737 -- Lied Public Library - Clarinda (Clarinda)
YTPG232 -- Clinton Public Library (Clinton)
CDPF771 -- Clive Public Library (Clive)
XXPH787 -- Council Bluffs Public Library (Council Bluffs)
TDPH826 -- Davenport Public Library (Davenport)
TFPI826 -- Scott County Library System (Eldridge)
HHPC765 -- Laurens Public Library (Laurens)
ZKPC437 -- Logan Public Library (Logan)
CYPF706 -- Musser Public Library (Muscatine)
KOPC446 -- H.J. Nugen Public Library (New London)
BJPD251 -- Waukee Public Library (Waukee)
DPPE403 -- Kendall Young Library (Webster City)
ZVPB675 -- Whiting Public Library (Whiting)

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