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Thirty Days And Counting Paperback – April 3, 2008
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First, the book is written in the first person POV - not my usual pick of POV - but the writing was so good it drew me in that I was focused on the romance rather than on the POV.
I always said that I read romance because of the magic of falling in love and in this book you will not only fall in love, you will laugh at the main character's first meeting. You will feel their anticipation as they come to know each other - you will find lots of their antics laughable as well. Then they fall in love and you will fall in love with them and to them as a couple and sigh as they bask in their romance. You will definitely cry as hearts gets broken and then smile when the ray of hope was shown as the story ends.
This is a book that gives m/m romance a credit because the focus was in the romance and not on the main character's gender.
This is a well written book and won't mind checking the author's other books as well
Now that I have it in my library and completed it only last night, I can honestly say that I have recommended it to a number of people already. Jack's and Nigel's story is one of total love and devotion and one in which the characters literally seemed to jump right off the page into my reading space. The story, as related to us by Jack, had me laughing one minute and weeping the next.
I sorely hated for this book to end yet when it did, I simply sat here and cried unashamedly. It is one story not to be missed by any who like beautiful love stories. I'll read it again.