I kind of expected more, but I still really enjoyed it. The characters are well written and the story is slow, but you don't notice.
Part of me feels like it's a bit too "inspired" by those books, but the other 95% is pumped, because I love both of those series and am happy to have something in their vein.
Sorry, I know this is a little rude, but I have bought a few books before that I didn't like, but felt fine paying for them. Still, I recently got "Fitness Confidential" by Vinnie Tortorich, and can't stand it. I have given it a few chances, but it drives me crazy. When it said it was a rated R, nothing held back critique of the fitness industry, I didn't realize that half the book would be about him being abused by nuns, sleeping with clients, and hating on "weak kids". It's like listening to stories by that acquaintance you have that always goes a little too far in his fibs to be believable. Really? All this happened to you? You must have the most eventful life ever.... Terrible.
If it were a paperbound book, I would return it. I am hoping for the same here.
There's a reason that they are trying to make it into a movie. It wasn't life changing, but it kept me hooked. That's all I ask!
Lot's of sex scenes. The story is cute. A little cliché, but hey, better than most gay fiction.
Captivating, funny, appropriately sexual
Zane I guess... I picture myself as Tye, so maybe he's my favorite.
Uh, twisted stomach...
I didn't like the narrator on the first book, and it's the same guy on this one, BUT after listening to the others (they switched narrators), I love him. He's way better than the guy on 3/4.
I love fiction, but usually have a hard time with gay characters, because they are so cheesy. I fell in love with these two boys, though. It's a bit cheesy and the narrator needs to slow down and get better at girls voices, but still, I love it!
I love Zane....I used to have a crush on a guy that reminded me so much of him...or at least I made Zane into him, haha.
Parts are hot without being bad erotica....
This story isn't complicated and very Lord of the Rings, but it's still capturing. I enjoy the book (I read it myself), but this reader does not do it justice. I could deal with most of it, but his voice for Safira is laughable.
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