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Product Details

  • Paperback: 300 pages
  • Publisher: Dreamspinner Press (March 21, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1615818529
  • ISBN-13: 978-1615818525
  • Product Dimensions: 0.6 x 8.9 x 5.9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 14.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,063,189 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Cardeno C. - CC to friends - is a hopeless romantic who wants to add a lot of happiness and a few "awwws" into a reader's day. Writing is a nice break from real life as a corporate type and volunteer work with gay rights organizations. Cardeno's stories range from sweet to intense, contemporary to paranormal, long to short, but they always include strong relationships and walks into the happily-ever-after sunset.

Heartwarming Stories. Strong Relationships. Forever Love.

www.cardenoc.com

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on September 17, 2011
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I have to admit, when I read the first chapter or two of this book, I was a bit annoyed because I prefer fiction where the characters are deep and detailed, and the conflicts and events in the book are realistic and dealt with in a real way by the characters. What annoyed me was that the two main characters fall in love at first sight. I guess it happens in real life, but I've never known anyone it's happened to, and it just has the air of something that happens only in fairy tales and chick flicks.

I've read a few too many of those stories where the characters--who are always flawlessly good, beautiful, smart, and successful--meet, fall in love and settle into a life of domestic bliss in like two days; and all the conflict comes from an evil stalker/serial killer/ex-lover who's mad 'cause he thought love at first sight only happened in kids' books too. When I first started reading this genre, I read a lot of them, because there're a lot of them out there, and some of them have a strong enough hook to get me interested. The problem is, the characters usually aren't strong enough to save the plot from that not-gonna-happen thing, and the whole mess gets blown away in the first stiff breeze like the bits of fluff it is. I've gotten so tired of this type of book that I've become really, really picky about what I read lately. I have a couple of sites that I go to for reviews of books I'm interested in, and if there's the slightest inkling of anything like that, I usually just pass it on by.

That's why I was annoyed when, early in chapter 2 (2% of the way into the book, according to my kindle), our hero meets the other hero and that love at first sight thing happens.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Book Worm on April 22, 2011
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What can I say that the other reviewers have not already said. The story is told from Zach's POV and he just pulls you in. The emotions are real and although yes, there is this whole love at first sight thing the development of the characters and the story just captures you immediately. Zach's character is at times sad, brave and witty and you get a real sense of who he is and what has brought him to this point. Even better - this is a real length novel. Too often these books can be over before they start but not so with this one. It was are really nice satisfying long read. Just buy it! you will not regret it!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By amf0001 VINE VOICE on June 7, 2011
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Zach is a boy with issues: the book opens with him coming home defiantly to attend his mother's funeral, in full 'gay regalia'. But Zach doesn't always see things clearly, and he doesn't understand his brother at all (though they never really have the conversations you think they should have, and certainly never talk about their mother, which I consider a real weakness in the book, particularly because of how it starts)

When Zach meets his brother's friend Aaron, my least favorite thing happens - insta love. But, it's so intense, and the author just commits completely, that I let myself be carried away with it. Aaron is too perfect, and Zach a little too over the top, but I like the balance they create and the heat they generate. I rate this a reread and a keeper.

7082 locations, a proper length and good value for money.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By iluvEdwardCullen on April 20, 2011
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Read this book! It's awesome. I couldn't put it down. The whole love at first sight thing was a bit cliche because it's not realistic to commit to forever without really even knowing the other person, but this is gay romance land so I didn't care! The emotions in this story were so real and extremely well written. A great read. I definitely recommend.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Greatest Reader on March 18, 2012
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It starts out with Zach coming 'home' for his mothers funeral, when he gets there he meets Aaron. Zach, at first, believes he's pretending to be gay, to help out his older brother, until Aaron gives him a little something. They talk about things for the next few days, and they fall in love. Zach leaves, then comes back, falling even more in love with Aaron. Together they decide to buy a house and move in together... Now, you'll have to read the book, to find out what happens next.
This book is a true gay romance book. It has no grammar mistakes and its a smooth, well thought out plot, and it deserves the five stars. I only want to mention, Zach is a bit out there compared to the other characters Miss Cardeno has created. Dont hesitate , buy it now!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Elisa on July 24, 2011
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I understood 2 things reading this book, the 2nd in the Home Series by Cardeno C., that she believes in soul mates and that she likes to slowly introduce the reader to the following couple in the series, in a way letting the reader know that the story is an happily ever after, and that, even if the next couple will have issues, they for sure will find a way to overcome all of them.

Zach and Aaron were introduce to us in Home Again; Zach is Clark's friend from Los Angeles, and actually I wondered the strange coincidence of Zach moving back to Emile City the same time Clark, almost like he was following his friend. That is not right, and to be precise, it was Zach who decided to move before Clark to going living together with his boyfriend, Aaron.

Zach has met Aaron in not a nice circumstance, Zach's mother's funeral. It was a sad circumstance not since Zach was particularly near to his mother, actually he was kicked out of home at only 18 years old, after years of abuses, but since Zach doesn't want to face all the sad memories Emile City brings back to him. But Zach's brother Dean lives there, and he seems really a nice guy, he wants for Zach to meet his family, his wife, his three sons and yes, Aaron, since Aaron is part of that family. Aaron is the good boy who has always helped them, when Dean's wife was depressed, when her business was failing, when she was unable to take care of her own kid. Aaron is also the guy who took care of a terminal ill boyfriend when he was only a teenager, who is still spending all his free time doing volunteering job, who is basically a virgin at 27 years old... Aaron is more or less a saint, and Zach is more or less an "easy" guy.
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