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This book was absolutely beautiful and had me hooked from the beginning. I would have been happy with the story even if it had ended with the love affair alone, but there was much more to it with an all encompassing plot and a HEA for just about everyone. Nevertheless, the love affair is what drives the story. Each touch and each kiss left me breathless and wanting more. The worst part of reading this book is that it ended. I'm going to miss Matt and Shane, but I look forward to reading more YA erotic romance from Mario Lipinski.
On the plus side, I really did like the characters of Matt and Shane. Dual POV is my favorite and I enjoyed seeing both Matt and Shane throughout the book. Matt tugged on my heartstrings and the terror and pain he felt being bullied so horribly was hard to read. Shane, being the bigger of the two, is, of course, the giant with a heart of gold and though cliche', it works for a reason. Seeing Matt learn to trust and believe in Shane was emotional, and I thought Lipinski pulled that off well.
Where the story kind of fell apart for me was the overabundance of drama and miscommunication. I just got overwhelmed and lost my connection to Matt and Shane. Which was a shame because until then I was really invested in their HEA. After being inundated with over the top melodrama (some of which was pretty far fetched) I just wanted to get to the end. This could totally be a case of it's me not the book so if the blurb intrigues you, I urge you to give it a try!
BTW, the sex scenes were really hot.