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I really didn’t like the narrator on this one. Even their friends could see how they fit together. Open Preview See a Problem?
The One Who Saves Me
I was grinning with happiness each and every time they got together, screaming at them to get their heads on straight and crying my eyes out with each betrayal and each painful thought. It is fun seeing the characters from different sides and how their lives go around each other. This review has been cross-posted at Gay Book Reviews. Years pass and neither manages to find a permanent relationship that sticks.
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Though both of them fully support each other, Andrew seems to need more support than Caleb with his truly bad luck with relationships, especially after having to endure what he experienced with his parents. Though both of them fully support each other, Andrew seems to need more support than Caleb with his truly bad luck with relationships, especially after having to endure what he experienced with his parents.
Caleb never really even tries, but Andrew yearns for a forever-man. Andrew’s quirk of how he deals with his relationships as they each end is interesting, and when Caleb calls him out on it when they finally come together in the end shows just how well the two of them know each other View all 7 comments. Andrew, after having experienced the pain of betrayal that ths their parents marriage to fail, was determined to find his Mr.
Read more Read less. I had the audio version of this story. He had a lot of emotional scars to work through. Amazon Giveaway swves you to run promotional giveaways in order to create buzz, reward your audience, and attract new followers and customers.
He does a good job with changes in tone and inflections from one character to another, and he really conveyed the emotions of the characters well. There was too much sex.
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Crushed, Andrew moves back home and Caleb moves in with him to help him heal. When their parents disappointed them, when they kept trying and failing at relationships, they were always there for each other. View all 5 comments. My only niggle is that view spoiler [ I wish we were able to see more about Caleb and Drew after they realized what they were 4. This story had a lot into finding out about each other. Devon McCormack Narrated by: Then evolved with the sharing of family secrets, sexual orientation and sexual experiences.
So I wouldn’t really consider this book a romance. My only niggle is that view spoiler [ I wish we were able to see more about Caleb and Drew after they realized what they were too each other hide spoiler ] Even with this though I still felt like the story was complete that an entire picture had been painted for the reader to enjoy.
Mar 21, Bella rated it liked it Shelves: He’d been told his fated one would be a man wielding a shield, but he didn’t expect him to be human, and he certainly didn’t expect that shield to be a police badge. Their friendship and devotion, Andrew’s struggles, their lust, emotions and acceptance of each other was beautifully weaved together in a way that truly made this story real for me.
After all, boyfriends come and go, but best friends are forever. I usually love the best-friends-to-lovers-trope, but it took WAY too long for these guys to have a come-to-Jesus-moment.
The fed thinks he’s a spoiled brat. Saying that you cant help liking Drew and Cae or rooting for thd and I did love the running joke of Caleb never getting the names of Drews ‘ boyfriends’ right, that was funny! The author keeps them in bed or against the wall, ,e it may delightfully be to keep us reading, and the sex is awesome, but there just isn’t real character development in the middle section of the book once a certain character puts his own father in his place.
The vocal performance for this book was decent. But there was also a lot of friendship.
It may seem like a stereotypical plot, but I’ve thought that before about the books in this series, and the author usually makes the typical into something unusual that I never saw coming and wasn’t expecting. However, the truth is this is a beautiful short story interminably stretched–like this review. Writing is a nice break from real life as a corporate type and volunteer work with gay rights organizations.
The attraction wasn’t obvious and his subsequent downward spinal and self-loathing just didn’t seem justified. Their own statements back this up. They discovered their sexuality together, and continued to have a very hot and burning sexual relationship whenever they were together and single, and I guess that was my main sticking point, why it took them so dang long to ‘get it’. Take two guys who have been best friends since early teens, then become sexually involved with each other in a casual way when both come out a few years later.
The story line was interesting.