I bought both books by TM at the same time and the lesson I learned was; LISTEN TO THE SAMPLE before u do that! This story is a little different ..Show More »than the first, since its not a comming out story, and i liked the first better. But i think it depends on your preference. Its still a good story - but since there is no soul deep sorrow in this story, the narrator stands out even more. Still sounds like someone in need of comfort all the time.. READ the book instead.
Ah, this sequel to the beginning of Matt and Evan's love story was like a second helping of dessert. You could be full after just one but the second m..Show More »ade it all the more delicious. The cast of characters surround them, each bringing a unique dynamic to their story. The author has created the world to feel as if you could join right in and be a part of it. They're normal, struggling with emotions and yet full of promise. I dare anyone to listen to this series and not cheer on these men.
This review originally posted on the Guilty Indulgence Review Site.
Above all this book needed a plot and something for the reader to care about. It seems even the author couldn't manage to raise an interest in it. ..Show More »r/> The 'story' in this book is almost non-existent. It's more a series of scenes in which couples have (formulaic, unconvincing) sex and tell each other how much they love them. Oh, and of course, being gay men, they spend the few minutes a day when they are not have sex and telling their partners they love them, thinking about children and marriage. This is definitely a book written for and by women.
There is a poor attempt at creating some tension with a miscommunication between one couple and the behaviour of one of the children. But I found it unmoving and uninteresting, probably because it was so as realistic as a Dynasty bitch fight.