Press Release: TJ’s Last Summer in Cape Cod by Garfield Whyte

 

TJs Last summer in cape cod

New Coming Of Age Love Story: TJ’s Last Summer in Cape Cod

A sexy summer saga of growing up and falling in love. This story will make adults want to be 18 again.

Kingston, Jamaica – Garfield Whyte, a lawyer by profession is gradually making a career change from main stream law. He finds law boring, mundane, and stifling to his creative and story-telling skills. He has authored, Feelings, an environmental photography and poetry book as well as Nostalgia from: A City Set Upon a Hill, his memoir about life at Munro College, his all- boys boarding high school, one of Jamaica’s most prestigious, 160 year old citadel of learning. His latest book is, TJ’s Last Summer in Cape Cod (subtitled; Don’t Cry for me Cape Cod).

Readers Favorite Review says: 
“In a great new book from author Garfield Whyte, TJ’s Last Summer in Cape Cod: Don’t Cry For Me Cape Cod is a story that will leave readers wanting more. Follow the story of eighteen-year-old TJ (Taj James) as he makes a promise that his last summer on Cape Cod will certainly be a memorable one. TJ enlists the help of his Uncle Peter, a man with not a little experience with women, on his quest. TJ learns a lot from Uncle Peter and is ready to use it, but needs to decide whether he wants to move away from being his typical good boy self in order to do it. What will TJ decide? And what will the end of the summer bring? You’ll have to read the book to find out!”

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In TJ’s Last Summer in Cape Cod: Don’t Cry For Me Cape Cod by Garfield Whyte, TJ always spent the summer with his uncle since he was 15. He looked forward to spending time with Uncle Peter and all the adventures he got to experience. But now he was 18 and this summer was going to be different; he had a girlfriend whom he could not bear to leave behind. During those past summers, TJ had been the sole witness and confidant to Uncle Peter and his endless shenanigans with the different women in his life. As such, TJ felt Uncle Peter owed him and it was time to collect; it was time for Uncle Peter to return the favour and cover for TJ. To TJ’s delight, Uncle Peter was more than eager to comply and he even came up with the perfect plan for the two of them to spend time together without TJ leaving his girlfriend’s side. Follow the wicked adventures of this duo as TJ finds himself at a crossroads between being an honorable man or the ladies’ man his uncle groomed him to be.

About the book: 
TJ’s Last Summer in Cape Cod by Garfield Whyte 
ISBN: 978-1519232250 
Publisher: CreateSpace 
Publish date: January 21, 2016 
Page count: 418 
SRP: $16.00 paperback

Kindle: http://amzn.to/1VGtHl5

About the author: 
Garfield Whyte, after graduating from Munro College in Jamaica, attended the University of the West Indies, Mona Campus in Jamaica, where he pursued a bachelor’s degree in geography and social sciences. He also obtained a master’s degree in business administration from the Nova Southeastern University in Florida, USA. Still not satisfied with his academic achievements, he went on to complete a law degree from the University of London, then on to the Norman Manley Law School.

Prior to his legal career, he worked in the banking sector with leading Jamaican commercial banks, including Workers Bank (now defunct), CIBC Jamaica Limited (now FirstCaribbean Bank), and Scotiabank, with his final banking position being senior marketing manager. 
Now a practicing lawyer, he limits his practice to real estate, probates, and contract law.

Garfield is also the author of; Feelings an environmental photography and poetry book as the recently completed Nostalgia from: A City Set Upon a Hill, his memoir about life at Munro College, his all- boys boarding high school, one of Jamaica’s most prestigious citadels of learning. Also recently completed is his coming of age novel entitled: TJ’s Last Summer in Cape Cod (sub titled, Don’t Cry for me Cape Cod), a novel that will make you want to be 18 again.

 

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