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Indeed, the last thing Austin expected in this small Florida enclave was having a gay couple for neighbors.".
"But life has more surprises in store, for both Rory and Bruno, and Austin and Meg. As the two couples form a strange, sometimes symbiotic relationship, questions arise about love and about marriage, and how their own roles help define - and alter - the people around them.
Jay Quinn's The Good Neighbor not only reflects our changing social fabric, but sheds light on the fact that fences exist for a reason, and that when you cross over them the consequences can often have confounding results."--BOOK JACKET.