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A to Z (Coda Series Book 2) Kindle Edition
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This second book we meet the video store owner Zach who is a gay man that never realizes anything around him. The customer Angelo has been trying to meet Zach and finally got a job at the store. They started hanging out and Zach did not even realize the kid was gay. When he figured it out he could not keep from falling for the innocent Ang. Ang is not perfect and has his own problems but he is a match for Zach. Now one thing about this book that killed me was if you are in love why put Ang out to have other guys have sex with him or touch him in front of you. But you find out later in the book and through out the series that the type of love one couple has is not the same for another couple. Jared and Mike from book one appear here and become friends with Zach and Ang.
I recommend this book and the full series to escape to another world.
Zach and Angelo, yeah, somehow I don’t see it. Don’t feel it either.
I liked Angelo well enough, he’s had a hard life and didn’t let that mess him up. Much.
But Zach. Well, I don’t care for him. He was too clueless, tried my patience too much and I don’t have much of that either. And hates movies? WTF is that about xD
For the first half of the story, he’s hurting himself and Angelo in the process, by dating the biggest jerk in town. You are in his head (the story switches POV) reading what’s going on in his mind and not sure about everyone else, but I just want to slap him into next week.
I can’t let that go by and I’m not quite sure why not. We all make mistakes, it is only human.
It was dislike at first read for me with him and I cannot get over that even when he gets his head out of his ass and starts to get this life together. And finally ‘sees’ Angelo. Cause then it feels too much too fast. He’s almost in love with Angelo within the next 5 minutes.
The story evolves naturally (also gives you some new insight into Jared and Matt relationship, how things are going with them :) Leaves you a sort of HEA with Angelo reconciling himself with ‘belonging’
Belonging in a place. Belonging with Zach. And being happy.
I’ll get the 3rd book of the series. Mostly cause by now is a 1-1 score ^^
Highly recommend ! ENJOY !!
I loved the interplay between Zach and Angelo. It was nice to have the two POVs. The writing style for Angelo's POV was a little weird but I guess that was meant to reflect on his education perhaps?
My only complaint with the story was there was no talk about safe sex between Zach and Angelo, especially when Tom had unprotected sex with Zach that first time. We know from the story that Angelo was careful with his partners but Zach should have been tested after the incident with Tom.
This book wasn't as good as the first book but I liked it. I wished for a little more character development but I did like the chemistry between Zach and Angelo. I also liked how Matt and Jared from the first book get introduced into the story. I hope this series continues to be good.
I really liked Zach. His bumbling & being oblivious of his attractiveness were lovely to read about. Angelo, on the other hand, is much harder to empathise with. I found his stand-offish-ness made his character difficult to like. Despite that, they make a lovely couple.
This book feels like more of a transition book than a complete story but it is still an enjoyable read. If you loved the first book [book:Promises|7493186], you won't be disappointed with this one either; nor will you be bored as the characters are different enough from Matt & Jared to keep the reading experience fresh.
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I absolutely adored Angelo; my heart broke for him so many times for so many reasons. Sigh... okay. Let's start at the beginning...Read more