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    A cute and wonderful LGBT read!

    One Man Guy was a refreshing and unique contemporary read. Alek is an Armenian teenager living in a New Jersey suburb and when his parents tell him that he’s going to summer school, he never imagined that he would meet Ethan (who is basically the cutest guy ever). Honestly, I’m not sure how to accurately describe One Man Guy. It was unique and unlike anything I’ve read before. Alek himself was a very unique character. His Armenian heritage is often highlighted in the book which I found refreshing. Alek is also a character that I can relate to. He knows what’s right and what’s wrong and he sticks to it. If someone makes an insulting comment about someone else, he wouldn’t speak to that person anymore. His morals and ideologies make him a character we don’t often see in YA novels, which I loved. The supporting characters are also just as unique. Becky, Alek’s best friend, was a spunky rollerblader who wasn’t afraid of who she is or what she stood for. Ethan was your typical “bad boy” from afar, but deep down he was actually really sweet. He also happens to be the love interest. What I loved about the romance of this book was that it was your typical boy-meets-boy story. The romance was very cute and definitely interesting to read. It was fun reading all of Alek’s and Ethan’s adventures in New York City. Overall, One Man Guy is a cute and interesting LGBT contemporary. I absolutely adored the setting which shifted between Alek’s school and New York City. The Armenian elements made this contemporary unique and refreshing. If you like contemporary romance with unique characters, I highly recommend One Man Guy.
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    Loved it

    I absolutely loved this book, I'm so sad that it is over!!! I will definitely be reading this again.
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    This is one of the best books I have ever read and would 100% recommend it to anyone looking for gay teens with good representation in novels
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    Worth all 5 stars!

    Superb read in a genre that has few. Barakiva should be encouraged to write more . . . a lot more. This is one of those books you hate to see end. The dialogue is refreshingly candid and feels compellingly appropriate for the characters' ages. The result: characters are very well developed, from conservative parents to adolescents. The author has a real gift,delivering adolescent vernacular in a refreshing and most effective way. This book is a treat!
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