The Lion’s Den: A Novel (Sisyphus, Book 2)

Could you walk away from all you have known to live the life you were meant to live?

Remaining a priest is just one of the decisions Father Daniel Patrick Murphy finds himself facing. Now in his sixties, he also struggles with whether to stay in a relationship with Jonathan Slovanco, the man he’s loved with the depth of his soul for thirty years. And Father Murphy isn’t the only person struggling. Two of his former students are battling serious issues, both internally and within the lives they live out in the world. Three men—one an aging gay priest and two young gay men—are being tested by life. And Father Murphy wonders if he has the strength, courage, and power to navigate the lion’s den of his psyche.

Authors Note:

Despite Book Two in the Sisyphus Series, The Lion’s Den is not a true sequel to Sisyphus Wins, the first book in the series. Although reading Sisyphus Wins provides a deeper understanding of the relationship between the primary characters, Daniel and Jonathan,  The Lion’s Den can be read as a stand-alone work. Whether you choose to read either or both, I am thrilled and grateful that you are. My thanks.