Harold L. Turley II opens a revealing window into the male African American psyche in this captivating first novel about sex, relationships, marriage, and monogamy.
Terry, Jeff, and Tyrelle manage a nightclub together, where the three cousins have their pick of any woman they desire. Terry is a former college basketball star married to Tracy—and cheating on her with Angie. But meaningless affairs are starting to leave Terry feeling hollow inside. He decides it's time to clean up his act...only to discover that it's too late.
A lifetime player, Jeff has finally realized that he's ready to settle down with his current girlfriend. The problem is, he's feeling guilty about all the times he was unfaithful to her. Clearing his conscience would give him a clean slate, but will it cost him the most important relationship in his life?
As for Ty, he's caught between a rock and a hard place: he loves his freedom but at the same time doesn't want to lose his girlfriend. And his lover is about to drop a bombshell that will reverberate across every area of his life.
Funny, sensuous, and dead-on target when it comes to the games lovers play, Love's Game tells what happens when the tables are turned and the stakes are raised.
Harold L. Turley II is an author and performance poet who thrilled readers with his critically acclaimed novels Love's Game, Confessions of a Lonely Soul, Born Dying, and My Darkest Hour. He lives with his children in Fort Washington, Maryland.