Advance Praise for Midlife Crisis
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Jack is thirty-five and single once again. He is not, as he as quick to point
out, going through a midlife crisis. Still, it would be nice to have a partner,
and so he sets out on an adventure to find the one-time love of his life,
Bing, a man he hasn’t seen in more than fifteen years, a man who has
seemingly vanished off the face of the planet. With the help of his family
and friends, not to mention the family dog and his high school bully, he
goes searching for Bing, only to unearth an ages-old mystery that puts them
all in grave danger. In this hysterically funny tale, the question remains right
on up to the surprise ending: can we return to our past in order to better our
"Rob Rosen does madcap gay humor better than anyone else writing
Midlife Crisis is no exception." - Neil Plakcy, author of The
Mahu Investigations

"Rob Rosen's Midlife Crisis has laughs aplenty, along with intrigue,
romance, sex, and heartbreak. The reader will enjoy the humorous
wordplay and snappy dialogue, which, alongside a tale of first love lost
and along-forgotten mystery surfacing from the past, carries the story
forward to an exciting conclusion." - T.R. Verten, author of
of a Rentboy

"Can you go home again? Rob Rosen explores the perils and promises of
renewing a steamy boyhood affair in this witty romance wrapped in a
murder mystery, seasoned with a dash of mature but spicy sex. The
answer for his hero Jack seems to be "Yes," but watch out:there may be
more "there" there than you think." - Louis Flint Ceci, author of
Comfort Me

"If you're looking for a humorous and intelligent book to read, Rob
Midlife Crisis should be on the top of your list. A tale of going
back to move forward, as told by Jack, the story's main character, is full
of youthful and gay witty repartee balanced with the poignancy that
comes with adult life. It will make you laugh out loud one minute and get
teary the next. Oh, and if you like a good murder mystery, there's that
too. Kudos to Rosen for creating some very memorable characters." -
Julian G, Simmons, Narrator,
Widdershins audiobook series