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Eddie is in love. The problem is, Eddie’s in love with four men—four
men simultaneously, that is. But who does Eddie love more? And can the
heart feel for that many men equally? Ah, but it does have four chambers,
so four seems the most logical choice—at least, of course, to Eddie.

Paula is Eddie’s famous mom. One by one, each of his lovers comes to
work for her, their lives so connected that if one of them itches, another
one scratches. But who will wind up with whom in this hysterically funny
tale of life and love and friendship? In the end, it’s up to fate to decide
what none of them could possibly have seen coming.
“All the perfect kisses, love and laughter, sex and happily-ever-afters of
a great romance novel, times four.” -- Martha Davis, author of

“As fate would have it, Rob Rosen has written another screamingly
funny novel exploring the foibles of gay romance.” -- Jonathan Asche,
author of
Kept Men and Other Stories

“This my favorite Rob Rosen book. It has heat, humor and―best of all―
heart. Read it for all three.” -- Richard May, author of
Ginger Snaps:
Photos & Stories About Queer Redheads

“Fate asks provocative questions about the nature, and capacity, of love.
A thought-provoking, tears-and-laughter gem that deserves a look!” --
Rick R. Reed, award-winning author of
Dinner at Home and Blink

“Don't even try to resist diving head first into Rob Rosen’s latest novel,
a witty, wonderful ride through the chaos of friendship and family.
‘Gayer than Oprah,’ as his protagonist quips, Fate is ripe with fearless
joy as only Rosen can write it.” -- Salome Wilde, editor of
Shakespearotica: Queering the Bard

“Sensitive, touching and often uproariously funny, with a style that
makes it feel like an American
Notting Hill, Fate keeps you guessing
and introduces a fresh, quirky set of characters.” -- Riley Shepherd,
author of
The Last Paltry Drops and The Boy He Left Behind