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No Place Like Home Paperback – September 15, 2011
About the Author
A Southern transplant who has retained none of his accent but all of his charm, DC Juris is an out and proud bisexual transgender man who moved to New York State in 2001 for a real-life romance. By day he is a mild-mannered office manager, by night a passionate writer of all types of romance. He lives in Upstate New York with his husband, three dogs, two cats, and a menagerie of Halloween props just creepy enough to keep people guessing about his sanity. Which is just the way he likes it. Still hopelessly single when it comes to the woman in his life, DC will gladly entertain offers, or applications for the position. In the rare event that he's not writing, DC can be found surfing the internet for random research, killing things on his Xbox, reading, taking pictures of the world around him, or playing Farmville, to which he admits a blissful addiction.
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I believe that this story is about loving, forgiving the one you love and forgiving and loving yourself. It is about sharing the past hurts and allowing your partner to share in the burden of the past. It is about loving your brother no matter how horrible the things he did. It is about letting go of the past so you are able to move on in the future.
That is exactly what Calliph had to do. He had to learn to let go and Mateo proved to him that he accepted him and loved him in spite of the things he did in his past. Calliph was able to open up to Mateo and allow Mateo to help him carry the burdens he feels and Mateo was able to help Calliph to accept that even though Rofus was not a good person, he still loved his brother in spite of it.
This was a good read and very sad at he same time. Enduring Calliphs past in this book was heartbreaking but I am glad that Mateo stood at his side and did not hold it against him and showed him he was worthy of love regardless of what he may or may not have done.
Was given this book for free from inked rainbow reads for an honest review