by Mary R. Butler
Abandoned as a child by his father, Billy finds solace in his good friend Travis and Travis family. The two boys are inseparable as they share each other s pains and joys from childhood to manhood. As a man, Billy has created a successful life for himself. He is a successful lawyer with material possessions to prove it and he is engaged to what he believes is the perfect woman. However, Billy is even more successful at being a womanizer. Still, Billy s perfect life is unable to extinguish the burning hate that he has for his father, nor, does his perfect life protect him from a fatal deception. Travis, Billy s best friend, is trying to live for God but continually compromises his beliefs for the sake of friendship. Yet, Travis harbors a burning secret that, if revealed, promises to destroy the bond that he and Billy have had since childhood.