Going to the Chapel

1 star1 star1 star1 star Adult
The Stardust Diaries are unique - they're a soap opera, a domestic drama, a comedy and a thoroughly entertaining and often moving love story.

Going to the Chapel takes up Tarn and Twinkle’s story from June 2006

Has Twinkles forsaken Tarn for another?

Who was the trusted friend of Tarn’s he slept with?

Is Tarn's new date destined to replace Twinkles in his affection? More

Available formats: epub, mobi, pdf, rtf, lrf, pdb, txt

First 12% Sample: epub mobi (Kindle) lrf more read online
Published: Jan. 12, 2011
Words: 66,650
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458056542
About Tarn Swan

~ THE STARDUST DIARIES 2007

The Stardust Diaries are unique - they're a soap opera, a domestic drama, a comedy and a thoroughly entertaining and often moving love story.

'Swan Songs' is the first installment of the fictional autobiography series 'The Stardust Diaries'

The love of Tarn's life is his transgender partner, Jonathan Lane, assistant manager in a jeweller's shop, aka Stardust Twinkles, transvestite and part time drag queen.

Life with Twinkles is many things, but quiet isn’t one of them. He’s beautiful, complex, impulsive, a diva, demanding, loving, bitchy, jealous, emotional and sometimes just plain naughty!

Tarn's views and philosophical observations on life and love with his unique partner are highly entertaining.

The hub of T & T's social life is The Pink Parrot Club, a haven for the transgender crowd. Here you’ll find Twink's best friend, Lulu, and his deadly rival, Natalie, the fiend in a frock. Meet the ballroom dancing medics, Teddy and Maurice, and Brian, the club owner, and a host of others including Rick the lascivious barman.

Follow the everyday trials, tribulations heartaches and joys of life with a man who has a unique aspect to his personality. An uplifting and tender book with some real laugh out loud moments.

Tarn Swan has an alter ego known as Fabian Black
http://www.fabianblackromance.com

Also in The Stardust Diaries

Also by This Author

Reviews

Review by: migraine on Feb. 09, 2011 : star star star star
The cliffhanger solution was hilarious, but I felt a little bit disappointed, it isn't like Tarn to be so sneaky; now, Twinkles, on the other hand... The wedding was delightful, I can't imagine a better one. Well done, author. Overall, if you liked the other books, you'll enjoy this one, the second is still my favorite of the bunch, but it's always lovely to spend time with these guys.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Print Edition

Report this book