41lvSeaYM9L._SY177_.jpgAward-winning author, Phillip Vega is back with his highly anticipated second novel, The Captain & the Queen.

When the “Thunderbolt” of love really happens and there is no denying its heat, its intensity. When life events threaten to pull loved ones apart. When the world is a smaller place than you imagine. When true love never dies.

This is the story of the “captain” and the “queen,” a coming-of-age romance set on Long Island in the mid-1980s.

The passions of a Greek tycoon’s daughter and a Hispanic boy from a middle-class family are tested against all odds as they become more than just friends. The question is: how long can it possibly last?

Find out more about Phillip Vega and buy a copy of the book!

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About the Author

Phillip Vega has always been a storyteller, but he’d never put pen to paper until a few years ago. Suddenly, he had a publishing contract, and in the midst of the vortex of marketing, analytics, refining, and continuing to write, he discovered what he defines as his true calling, his passion. He is now fully and happily immersed in the whirlwind that is the publishing industry, even as he diligently continues his work in software sales.

Phillip is a former-Long Islander with Hispanic roots, now living Florida, and it is from those memories of summers in Long Island that he crafted his books, Last Exit to Montauk and The Captain & the Queen.

Comfortable in a room full of people or one on one, he welcomes opportunities for guest appearances, interviews, and book signings.

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