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Eddie and Andrew have dynamite chemistry. But Eddie is profoundly dyslexic, and Andrew lives to read. Andrew is pathologically disorganized, and Eddie likes things neat and clutter-free. Andrew is desperately ashamed of his hoarder father, and Eddie is embarrassed by his lack of education - secrets that could pull them apart even as a friend's tragedy brings them together. When Andrew's father's condition deteriorates and he nearly dies because of his compulsion, Eddie and Andrew must learn compassion begins with loving oneself because Grime Doesn't Pay.

©2013 Z. A. Maxfield (P)2015 Audible, Inc.

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  • Donald
  • Louisville, Georgia, United States
  • 12-01-15

Another sweet love story...

I thoroughly enjoyed this book, so much better than I did the first one in this series. Eddie is such a loveable and sweet character, I just wanted to give him a great ole bear hug! Eddie and Andrew's journey had a few hiccups but for the most part, there was never a doubt that the two would not have a happily ever after. Each has to come to terms with certain issues and accept that the other will be there for them. Eddie's heart and Andrew's charm just made this a great book. Z.A. Maxfield gives you a story that all can relate and Joe Arden's narration brought the characters to life and encouraged the listener/reader to care for the characters. A definite recommend...

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