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I loved the friendship that built between Jared and Matt. They were so comfortable together. It made me feel good. When Jared's feelings for Matt deepened and he discovered how he really felt, I was sad for him. Then a little while later, my heart broke for him. I don't remember the last time I wanted to hit a character that I loved so badly but I wanted to punch Matt. I know. I know. He needed time to work through everything. But I was still upset.
I guess it's only fair to tell you that I did love Matt and my heart broke for him too. He actually needed it a bit more love than Jared did. Jared had a solid family while Matt was saddled with the most craptastic dad imaginable. His co-workers were total jerks and he was struggling to come to terms with what he was feeling for Jared. He needed some love.
The banter between them was fun and I really loved watching their friendship turn into something more serious . Their banter was fun and their
Jared and Matt are so good together and the way Matt's struggle with his emotions for Jared are written in a beautiful way. He doesn't even realise why he wants to spend all his time with Jared or why he needs to touch him in those little ways all the time. And he definitely isn't prepared for his feelings to grow stronger in a both romantic and sexual way.
What makes me really sad is that people have to deal with this in real life!
That others think that something so beautiful as the love between these two characters are wrong and something to hate. It also makes me angry, because there's people who has to hide who they are and will never be really happy or experience love for the fear of hate and violence.
In comes Matt Richards, a new hire for the Coda police department. Matt and Jared immediately forge a friendship. Things start to get a little crazy when Matt spends wayyyy more time with Jared than is "acceptable" to the townsfolk. Rumors start to spread basically hinting Matt and Jared might be gay... together. Isn't gay together just the dumbest phrase ever? LOL, anyway, I digress.
The problem is, Matt swears he's not into men... at all. Well, we soon find out there's more that meets the eye here. I found these two men incredibly relatable. Their story flew off the pages. So many people repress who they are and what they like due to fear of how they may be perceived by others. This was a well-written story, and I would highly recommend it to anyone seeking a good friends to lovers trope with strong characters. Ms. Sexton did one bang up job.
Jared is willing to have Matt as just a friend rather than push him into a situation Matt doesn't want.
The characters are extremely well developed; the story has a few twists; & there's no sex until about 60% into the book & unlike many erotic books, it's very tastefully handled. The book is about relationships; what we want; what we'll settle for & ultimately what's important.
If you want to try to understand what seems foreign to you, this is a great beginning.
Even is you're like me & prefer hetro stories, this one is worth your time. There's lots of humor & alot to think about.
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