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  • Good start

    I love the beginning of all Mary Calmes stories, but absolutely don’t like development. I think main characters fall in love with each other too fast, without any reason. In this story I think the main character forgives betray of his exboyfriend too fast.

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  • Mostly annoying

    I largely found this annoying. There was a lot of time spent on the relationship between Ash and Hagen, during which Hagen is portrayed as a 'really great guy', working for free, volunteering etc, but actually is really dismissive of Ash and very hurtful in the things he says. By the time Mitch appeared on the scene I'd lost interest in the story. If you haven't seen the high school boyfriend who broke your heart for 17 years, why would you forgive him within 24 hours of seeing him again? I found Mitch way too alpha for my tastes, and thought it bizarre that he would claim to have moved back for Hagen who he 'never stopped loving', but it took him 17 years to do that? He admits to sleeping around, but is all 'my heart has always been yours'. Also I didn't get the way Ash turned into a cartoon villain in the last chapter, it felt odd and like the author didn't know what else to do with the character. Ended up skim reading the last third of the book as these characters didn't do anything for me.

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  • Healing

    Hagen already had to learn to live without Mitch once. With him back in town, he was telling everyone who would listen there would never be that happening again. He still has Ash telling him to give him a chance. Mitch knows he has grown up and is not the same person he was at high school graduation. He now understands that living without Hagen - is not really living. Can he convince him to forgive, and show him he is ready to finally begin their life together? This story was so sweet. I felt every emotion and character development as I read. I eagerly turned the pages, and was not disappointed. I hope to see these characters again. They had such great chemistry, and the heat together was scalding!

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