Basketball Jones (Paperback)
AJ Richardson is living the good life. Thanks to his longtime lover, NBA star Dray Jones, he has a gorgeous townhouse in New Orleans, plenty of frequent-flier miles, and an MBA he's never had to use. Built on a deep and abiding love, their hidden relationship sustains them both. But when Dray's teammates begin to ask insinuating questions, Dray puts their doubts to rest by marrying Judi, a beautiful and ambitious woman. Judi knows nothing about Dray's "other life." Or does she?
In Basketball Jones, E. Lynn Harris explores the consequences of loving someone who is desperate to conform. Filled with nonstop twists and turns, it will keep readers riveted from the first page to the last.
About the Author
E. Lynn Harris (1955-2009) was a New York Times bestselling and critically acclaimed author. His twelve novels include Basketball Jones and If This World Were Mine.
“There’s nothing like a little love triangle. . . . Steamy.” —Seattle Post-Intelligencer
“Harris’s books are hot, in more ways than one.” —The Philadelphia Inquirer
“Harris is a great storyteller who knows how to tug on the heartstrings with wit and sensitivity.” —USA Today
“Keeps the sex, scandal and drama churning.” –People
“[Harris’s] prose is clean and engaging, the characters compelling, and the plot fast and twisted.” —Seattle Weekly
“Slam-dunk entertainment. . . . A big score for novel lovers.” —Insight News
“A story of intrigue. . . . We come to understand why, even in our enlightened time, a pro athlete cannot feel that being openly gay is an option.” —The Lincoln Journal Star (Nebraska)
“Scandalously entertaining. . . . A look into the glitz and glamour of the NBA.” —Urban Reviews
“In true E. Lynn fashion, there’s betrayal, deceit, secrets and of course, sex; all leading to a high-impact denouement.” —Bleu magazine
“Harris . . . create[s] characters that remind us of someone we know. . . . Titillating.” —GBM News
“Since his first novel . . . Harris has challenged and delighted his readers with juicy stories of love, betrayal and the lives of beautiful people. . . . Fast-paced, funny [and] hip.” —Bookreporter