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- Print Length: 200 pages
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- Publisher: Dreamspinner Press; 1 edition (August 29, 2013)
- Publication Date: August 29, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00EVI6IC6
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- Lending: Enabled
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Overall I like it a lot, I loved Wes and Rene, their story was wonderful. Hopeful, loving, interesting, and satisfying. My issue was Anthony. I just couldn't let go of the fact that we never learned exactly what he was doing. He was too mysterious, too fake, too odd. He comes and goes, pops in and out, says mysterious things about his job, but never really says what he's doing. Yes he helps with Rene, and I appreciate that, I really do, something about him just bothered me though. I don't get why he was in Haiti, I wish we either knew more or knew less.
Aside from Anthony, and it may well be just me focusing on something trivial, I really did like the story. I was totally in to the drama of Rene, I learned more about Haiti than I knew before, and it had a fantastic ending.
I must admit that I'm an Andrew Grey fan. Not all his books are brilliant, some are merely good. But this one is definitely one of his best.
A doctor, recovering from a devastating personal loss, immerses himself in helping the most hopeless in a devastated Haiti. One boy really gets to him - a bright 16-year-old whom he saves from immolation - about to be set on fire because the kid is gay, as is the young pediatrician. This book is about the travails of saving this kid and trying to bring him home to America to give him a real chance at life - and the love he finds, in the process.
It is a beautiful book, though the subject is certainly not. There's crushing poverty, the death of children who might have been saved with the proper resources, a corrupt country fed on privation. It's about what happens to gay people in the many societies where they are both outcasts and considered fair game.
And it is about love, Andrew Grey's specialty.
If you read no other M/M romance this year, by all means read this one. It is lovingly and beautifully written, the characters are all three-dimensional, and the situations as real as the headlines in today's papers.
Thanks you, Mr. Grey, for another staggering, wonderful book.
then there's the sex, Grey takes huge risks as he takes us into the bedroom. No holds barred here. if you 're easily embarassed, these books are not for you.
which is a pity, because Andrew Grey's got it goin on.Come on,you know you want to.
I imagine the struggle to create decent medical care for the people of Haiti in the aftermath of it's terrible tragedy to be very much as Mr. Grey described. The thought of someone, anyone trying to give a better life to anyone in such a desperate situation brings joy to my heart. In this instance, a young boy was saved and I loved it!
how it will all end, how the story gets there is not so straightforward. It is this which keeps one reading.
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