Before I say anything else about this book I'm going to start with the thing people go to book reviews to learn: should you buy this book? Absolutely. Positively. Fabulously. Yes. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Nathan Burgoine
In the foreword the author notes the story was written before marriage began to be legal. We are on path for that, but there's still more to gain. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Paul Shipman
The two main characters in this story are Adam More, a wedding planner, and his longtime partner, Steven Worth, a writer for The Gay New York Times. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Rosemary Feil
I was immediately caught into the narrative by the author, who grabbed me into his world and made me feel as though he was talking directly to me, like good friends talking over... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Mark Guzman
I should start by saying I feel bad for not liking this book. It's true, I hate writing this review because there is talent and wit and romance and everything else you might want... Read morePublished 19 months ago by The Romance Reviews
I was excited to read this because of a review that said how funny it was. And it WAS funny, and overall enjoyable, but I've had a lot of trouble putting my feelings on it into... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Michelle Pierce
It is not until the end of the book that you get the truth about what we in the gay community go through.Published 19 months ago by Bargerat2001
"A pure fun read. Topical, comical and written with a fresh voice.
If you don't laugh out loud while reading this book then you need to go back and reread it.
This was an excellent, well-written debut novel that made me both laugh out loud and cry. I love the main character, Steven, who was so well done in this novel I pretty much... Read morePublished 21 months ago by LiveLoveRun