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Product Details

  • Paperback: 220 pages
  • Publisher: Loose Id, LLC (June 28, 2008)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1596327324
  • ISBN-13: 978-1596327320
  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.5 x 8.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,246,967 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Ally Blue is acknowledged by the world at large (or at least by her heroes, who tend to suffer a lot) as the Popess of Gay Angst. She has a great big suggestively-shaped hat and rides in a bullet-proof Plexiglas bubble in Christmas parades. Her harem of manwhores does double duty as bodyguards and inspirational entertainment. Her favorite band is Radiohead, her favorite color is lime green and her favorite way to waste a perfectly good Saturday is to watch all three extended-version LOTR movies in a row. Her ultimate dream is to one day ditch the evil day job and support the family on manlove alone. She is not a hippie or a brain surgeon, no matter what her kids' friends say.

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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By J'aime TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on August 20, 2008
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Ally Blue has a gift for writing gay romances that revolve around healing. Easy, Untamed Hearts and Willow Bend all had characters going through very difficult times who are hesitant to start relationships again. But, love wins out eventually! Forgotten Song is another successful novel in this vein.

This novel has a darker undercurrent than previous works. Eric Green has had a horrible life. So horrible in fact, that if I didn't watch so many true crime shows I would've found it hard to believe that so much could happen to one person. But it can and does. His body has many visible scars, but his heart has even more. Eric survived a brutal assault and ran from his old life without even shoes on his feet. Ben first encounters Eric outside a bar his band performs at. Eric is, surprisingly, winning a fist fight against a much larger opponent. But underneath that bravado, he's panic-stricken. Ben convinces Eric to come home with him after seeing how bad off he is. There is an attraction between them, but Eric is damaged and afraid he can't give Ben what he needs - and deserves.

What made this novel really special was that the author didn't discount the horrors in Eric's life with a trite "true love conquers all at first sight". The two men struggle with Eric's demons for most of the novel. Abuse cannot be overcome simply by a loving, patient partner. Professional help and time are also necessary. Eric slowly opens up to Ben, telling him more of what has made him so skittish.
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I enjoyed reading about Ben more, but then who wouldn't he was a paragon of virtue but completely one dimensional. Eric on the other hand was more interesting but would never say what was wrong with him. The writing in this book was not polished, very flat and monotonous, I did not care for this book at all, I would not recommend this.
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6 of 10 people found the following review helpful By William Siwicki on October 11, 2008
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This gay Romance Novel started out unlike many--gritty and real. It continued so until about three-quarters of the way through, when what you think was a throwaway character from earlier in the novel comes back as a serial killer. I must say right up front: There's one scene involving the serial killer torturing one of the two main characters that left me unsettled. Violence in art is fine when it's contextually relevant, like in a great gangster movie like "Goodfellas" that ultimately shows the viewer in a highly artistic and realistic manner where violence will lead the guilty. But here it is unexpected. As a result, it brought down what was until that point a really fun reading experience. Judging by her credits, author Ally Blue is apparently well versed in gay Romance Novels; however, this is the first of her works I have read. She creates great characters, writes lean and compelling stories, and works well within the genre of Romance Novels. I decided to give her another chance and just started "Easy" (I already had purchased it when I bought this book). Unfortunately, the prologue is a scene of terrible violence, a young male hustler tied up and getting savagely mistreaten. I got past it and so far "Easy" is like "Forgotten Song" in that the characters are eminently likable and the budding chemistry is compelling. But I have a hunch the prostitution element, dropped right after the prologue, is going to breed more of the extreme violence of the prologue. If Ally Blue is all about including graphic violence against extraordinarily innocent people in her work, I'm afraid "Easy" may be the last of her works I read, which would be a shame since she so clearly is a talented writer.
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