In Byrne's new and hilarious madcap caper Grant Lambert and Chase LaMarca, a pair of small-time gay criminals, learn about a sex tape proving that Romeo Romero, the world's hottest openly gay celebrity is actually heterosexual. What should be a simple plan - retrieve the tape, blackmail the celebrity, and live happily ever after - gets complicated when the tape is left in the back of a cab, setting in motion a madcap crime caper involving: * a mercenary tabloid gossip editor; * a lesbian realtor who gets an adrenaline rush from crime, and her spoiled girlfriend; * a kinky Internet predator by night who just happens to be a cop by day; * an alcoholic ex-cabbie who knows the streets of New York better than anyone; * a boy toy whose IQ might be smaller than his waist size; * a shallow social climber who has never crossed a bridge he didn't burn... * and Tori Spelling. Complications, needless to say, ensue, leading to what Booklist calls "a laugh-out-loud endgame farce with definite switch-hit appeal."
Byrnes is also author of the 2006 Lambda Award winning novel When the Stars Come Out, Trust Fund Boys and The Night We Met. Rob and his partner Brady now live in West New York, New Jersey. From their apartment window, they have lovely views of the Manhattan skyline and random planes that land in the Hudson River. (booksense)