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    The actual best

    Ava March's books are pulpy, tropey and ridiculously sexy. They are as lowbrow as it gets but she commits so entirely to her characters, concept and sexy scenes that it absolutely, 100% works.
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    Book 1 was lovely and adorable. I fell instantly in love with the characters. Benjamin was so sweet and wonderful. Cavin was a bit tarnished and world-weary, but a perfect pairing for him. Loved Sam, too. He's so young but so sweet and jaded. Book 2 was exciting, because I FINALLY got a book where one of the MC's had to grovel, and actually did it properly. I was in mad love with Oscar and Julian, though I saw the bad times coming, and I was still surprised. I absolutely adored the ending. Oscar was a bit like a kid with a new toy, when Julian arrived in his life, and Julian was so naive and battered by life, with one focus. Book 3 was a surprise. I wasn't sure what to make of it, at first, because I wasn't overly keen on how Rob behaved in the first few chapters. Then things began coming together and it was adorable! Linus was a lovely character and I loved him for the entire book, no doubt whatsoever. Overall, an amazing trilogy/collection and I can't wait to read the prequel. I wish it was available in paperback, because this is one of those that I'll be re-reading again and again.

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