- Paperback: 240 pages
- Publisher: Dreamspinner Press (April 30, 2012)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1613724756
- ISBN-13: 978-1613724750
- Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.5 x 9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 18 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,022,061 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Complete Faith Paperback – April 30, 2012
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I gave the book two stars because I did get to read about Luke and Simon. Otherwise, I could not wait to get the book over with--and not in a good way!
I just don't understand the pointless scene with Noah and Tommy almost having sex in front of Luke and Simon - and then being implied they would do it some other time.
It feels completely out of character for a pastor - even a liberal one like Noah - and even more out of character for Luke (the guy who gets jealous if someone as much as look at his boyfriend) - and by association, Simon. I thought we already went over this in the first book when the couple goes to a gay bar and decided they don't want to have sex with other people, even though they indulged a little in an exhibitionist kink they had.
Tommy wondering if he would ever be ready to have sex in front of other people is just ridiculous. I mean, why should he, where is this coming from?
I really wanted to like Noah! I thought him being a priest would bring to the table a different take on sex, especially since he made sure Tommy was out of the close before dating him (which gave me the impression he was a romantic) - but he's really just a weak version of Simon. Nothing fazes this guy! I mean, apparently having sex in public is okay, while dating a guy in the closet in a no-no.
Also hoped they would approach the subject of Noah being a black priest, but that doesn't seem to bother anyone at all... Everyone is a homophobe, but no one is a racist?... Okay, I guess?
Now I sort of fear reading the sequels to this one. If weird scenes like that keep popping up, by the last book all the couples will be having orgies, and thus becoming completely out of character...
Love the characters and the situations that this book covers. Like books that present a different but real background.
Although Tommy doesn’t think anyone but Luke and Simon know that he gay, it turns out his coworkers already knew, and that is a good thing once Tommy and Noah get rolling. This book deals with their trials and tribulations in a new relationship plus the continued homophobia from the local community which is being driven by the Pastor at the other congregation in town.
An additional factor is an age difference of more than 10 years, but the maturity Tommy gains during the book proves he is on the correct path. But how will they get by the hate mongers and Tommy’s homophobic parents?
I really liked this book as well. I think this one was better than Book 1 and I really liked that one as well. Off to read Book 3!
RATING: 4.5 Stars
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