Bergdorf Boys

Bergdorf Boys When Neal Tate a just out of rehab NYC party columnist falls for Dewalt a Harlem drug dealer he meets at a gay bathhouse he discovers that navigating an honest relationship is a lot difficult than
  • Title: Bergdorf Boys
  • Author: Scott Alexander Hess
  • ISBN: 9781467907514
  • Page: 485
  • Format: Paperback
  • Bergdorf Boys
    When Neal Tate, a just out of rehab NYC party columnist, falls for Dewalt, a Harlem drug dealer he meets at a gay bathhouse, he discovers that navigating an honest relationship is a lot difficult than chasing down the perfect pair of skinny jeans Neal finds support from his fashion loving friends Rovvy, a blond boy toy married to Andres Palamos, the shady millionaiWhen Neal Tate, a just out of rehab NYC party columnist, falls for Dewalt, a Harlem drug dealer he meets at a gay bathhouse, he discovers that navigating an honest relationship is a lot difficult than chasing down the perfect pair of skinny jeans Neal finds support from his fashion loving friends Rovvy, a blond boy toy married to Andres Palamos, the shady millionaire owner of Pop magazine where Neal works Nick, It boy style writer for the New York Times whose fab job and rich hubby are smothering his desires to design and Annie, straight girl art director at Pop who gives Neal s life a smidge of balance The success of Neal s Bergdorf Boy column and his growing love for Dewalt lead him to question his capacity for intimacy and his obsessive commitment to both the latest trend and anonymous sex, and to wonder if a monogamous gay marriage could be in the cards These Bergdorf boys hop from Madison Avenue shopping sprees to Fire Island photo shoots, dipping their manicured toes into the dizzy underside of the gay nightlife scene hunting for lust, love, and designer must haves.
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    About " Scott Alexander Hess "

  • Scott Alexander Hess

    Scott Alexander Hess earned his MFA in creative writing from The New School He blogs for The Huffington Post and his writing has appeared in Genre Magazine, The Fix, and elsewhere Hess co wrote Tom in America, an award winning short film starring Sally Kirkland and Burt Young His latest novel Skyscraper was a 2017 Lambda Literary Award finalist The Butcher s Sons, his third novel, was a Kirkus Reviews Best Books of 2015 and received a Rainbow Award Honorable Mention for best historical fiction His work has been translated into German He teaches fiction at Gotham in NYC Originally from St Louis, Missouri, Hess now lives in Manhattan, New York with his partner.

  • 742 Comments

  • This was a unique book although it does have a romance arc, it s really much literary gay fiction The prose style is gorgeous It s marked by the complete absence of cliches, realistic dialogue, lyrical descriptive details and the ability to describe intense emotion without sentimentality There s not a lot of m m romance which can say the same Hey, I love the genre too, but it s nice to take a little vacation from it One of the highest marks I can give this book is in regards to the description [...]


  • This was by far one of the best books I ve ever read I fell in love with Dewalt and Neal I highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys male male romance.Received the book for free through First Reads Contest.


  • Some sad, superficial, and ignorantly racist bullsh t if ever I ve read it I won t even waste my time being angry over it.


  • What can I say It s a strange read with some spoilers Neal reminds me of Carrie Bradshaw in Sex and the City Both a writer of a column and addicted to high end fashion I always wonder where did the money come from, how can Carrie afforded all the big names clothes shoes bags just being a column writer It s the same with Neal The pairing was weird not because Dewalt was black and have gold teeth Everything between the two men was a real contradiction I can t see how the attraction came from, besi [...]


  • Midwestern boy Neal Tate explored his gay sexuality to the absolute ultimate when he landed in New York City Neal dove into the lifestyle so well that he ended up in rehab with an alcohol and drug addiction.Navigating life without the crutch of liquor, in particular, is a whole new world for Neal With the help of his closest friend Rovvie he s got a job writing a column he titles Bergdorf Boys for Pop magazine He s also responsible for some of their fashion layout as an editor.The pressures of t [...]


  • Brilliant Scott is one of the few writers who write with the honesty and clarity of a Jean Genet and the style of a Hollinghurst.




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