In this comedy of bad manners, the ill-matched parents of too-young
newly-weds Billy and Ann Richardson politely collide in a series of
encounters guaranteed to insure catastrophe, when a wry college
professor, a glamorous real estate agent, a randy plumber, and a
frustrated housewife politely face off on some social and sexual
battlefields. The confrontations may begin politely, but they are
guaranteed to end in chaos when a husband and a wife - not each
other's - find themselves embroiled in an affair that proves to be
equally passionate and ridiculous. What begins as a test between
social classes ends in a series of sexual confrontations. Billy and
Ann find themselves forced to grow up in a hurry to begin to accept
their parents as people who are just as vulnerable as everybody
else. -- Far from the pastoral romance of "Winter Ridge" (published
by Mondial in 2008) and the grim landscape of "The Prettiest Girls
in Euphoria, Kansas" (Mondial, 2010), Bruce Kellner's novel "The
Honesties of Love" turns a baleful eye on the minefield of
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