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  • Glittering perfection

    I don't remember what I thought I bought when I got this book, but probably I was just looking for another nice m/m romance novel. This is a story of two people who shouldn't fall for each other, and whose relationship seems doomed from the start. The differences between the protagonists are many and seemingly impossible to bridge. In front is the bipolar syndrome, hindering the main character Ash in having any kind of meaningful relationships, rendering him on the utmost fringe of life itself. High education and a career as a writer has prepared him little to the glutter-loving lower-class model who finds his way into Ash's bed and ino

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  • A beautiful use of language

    An emotional and deep telling of a love story. The imagery used was beautiful and gave such a depth to the characters.

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  • They had me at glitter pirate!

    I devoured this opposites attract romance between Ash, a bipolar depressed 'intellectual' writer and Darian, a model from Essex, who Ash describes as looking like a Glitter Pirate. This was sad, touching, uplifting, funny and gave me all the feels. I did feel that the depiction of the Essex accent was a bit on the Cor Blimey Mary Poppins spectrum but as an Essex girl myself I may be somewhat biased! Moving from Brighton to Brentwood, Cambridge and London this is a celebration of overcoming disabilities and learning to love.

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