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Rory is a great guy. I love that he has shared custody and the underlying discussion of gendered childrearing. His sexuality could be better discussed between him and David for richer emotionial intimacy.
David is wonderful as well if we take him for his actions in this book. We might need a bit more self reflection as he grows up and gets what he really needs here. I like his interactions with his mom around love.
The circle of friends and the setting is great. Even though most of these books have had problems for me, I like this world and wouldn't mind reading more but with more couple time and longer romance time.
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2) I think I will have to invest in the rest of this series to find out about other characters.Read more
Spun by author JL Merrow is the fourth book in the Shamwell series. I feel this book is standalone though, you really don’t have to read the other...Read more