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It was my first experience with this author, and I must be honest,
after reading some rather negative reviews, I was a bit sceptical, so I downloaded a sample first.
Well, within the first two chapters it had 100% of my attention, so I bought the full book in a flash. (so very worth the dollar price).
It took me 4 days to read this hefty book, but I could not put it down, and read into early hours of morning.
The story :
What can I say? This is a beautiful coming of age story about friendship and trust and romance in its deepest form.
Some cringe worthy school situations so very well depicted, you can feel the anguish as if it were happening to you.
The writing itself is impeccable and flawless. Not...one...single...grammatical or editing error throughout. (and English is not even this author's first language.)
I award five stars for this fact alone.
The story and unfolding of events totally consistent. Character development spot on...and consistent. (This goes for side characters as well.)
I cannot find a single thing to criticise in this book!
Please, do yourself a favour; ignore the negative comments in the reviews and make time to read this beautiful story.
Standalone, with a gloriously rounded epilogue.
Heat level 3 (balanced and justified steamy scenes). Infrequent but explicit.
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.
This is a high school-based book and it was ok, however, there are some things that were off in my opinion. The timetable was different the people don't act or speak the way they should.
This book is based on perception and sometimes it hits a home run and others it doesn’t.
Shane and Matt were likable. They were cute together and Shane was a good guy. The dialogue, on occasion, was a hit or miss. They were young like I said 18 and 19, and were immature but spoke differently like they were older at times. It was also a long and drawn out book. I like long books but this one just kept going.
I had issues with the parents as well. The things these boys did, well I would not allow my son at that age. Now, what I liked was the premise/plot. It had great potential and like I said I really liked these guys. They were sweet and dare I say cheesy. They had their sexy moments as well. Shane had a huge heart and I really did him a lot. I was rooting for them to get the happily ever after. I think that was why I kept going. When the drama was unfolding at the end Shane had never wavered where Matt was concerned. Some of the decisions Matt made were not something I would have done but again I’m not a teenager. He was a bit too generous for what had happened to him. Then at that moment his attitude towards Shane then really irritated me.
With all that being said I liked it and it was an ok book and will read this author again.