Triangle Love

Triangle Love : Three George Washington University Freshman Meet and Forge a Powerful, Two Decade's Long Alliance, Which Leads to Love, Wealth, and Tragedy.

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It's 1971 and three freshmen at George Washington University meet for the first time, becoming fast friends, David Bakker, a New Jersey native, is the son of a hardworking car salesman. Rebecca Smith, from New York, is a stunning blonde. And Todd Bridges, hailing from Boston, is the only son of a very wealthy banking family. The trio bond quickly while living, dreaming, and lusting their way to graduation and beyond. After a brief flirtation in politics-one that the defeat of George McGovern and the fall of Richard Nixon cures them of once and for all-they head out to New York City and start a business together. Unforeseen bumps in the road, however, put an enormous strain on their relationship. Will their friendship survive? Or will the sexual trysts, shady financial deals, and deep betrayals prove too much to overcome. A powerful drama spanning three decades, Triangle Love is a romantic adventure that culminates in a shocking conclusion.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 158 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 9mm | 245g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508449287
  • 9781508449287

About T J Clemente

T. J. Clemente graduated from George Washington University with a BA in political science in 1976. He is the author of the novel.Whistling Past the Hottie Graveyard, as well as more than 2,700 articles about the East End of Long Island. He is a frequent guest on local TV shows and enjoys sailing, skiing, biking, and hiking. An avid tennis and golf player for more than forty years, he has also climbed Mt. Blanc, the highest peak of the European Alps. A father of two grown daughters, he is currently married to Cindi Sansone-Braff and living on the East End of Long Island.show more