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Guys in Cars Paperback – April 26, 2012
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Third and Madison: two guys fight for a cab and find true love. A uptight businessman learns to relax thank to a grounge type japanese guy, who is not really what he looks.
The Dog-Walker: a man keeps staring every morning a guy who takes out is dog and finally one morning he has the courage to go out of his car and talk to him.
While Wearing Jeans: a recently dumped guy makes a favour to a friend and takes up a perfect stranger at the airport; but the perfect stranger is a cute guy, very sexy and friendly who blames himself cause he has met his soul mate while wearing jeans...
One Year Later: they love each other for weeks but life brings them apart and they decide to meet one year since then. Now, one year later, they are again together...
Rossi and White: they are best friend since childhood and always together. Everyone sees Rossi like an ego guy but White. But some months ago they have had an argument and not speak since then. Now White is come to pick up Rossi from University...
Crash: they have had a car accident. They are in the opposite cars. But now they have found each other.
Off-track: they are not more a couple since 5 months, but love is still in the air. And now that he has admited to himself that everything he wants is his lover back with him, he doesn't need to spend the night in his car to smell him, he can smell directly the source.
The Hitchhiker: he is like his lost lover, he is hitchhiking like him and he has nowhere to go. And maybe he can give him an house like he would do with the son he has never had, the son of his beloved.
I Dare You: they are different; good next door boy and bad boy. But they were friends.Read more ›