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    Fantastic story; I loved it!

    I'm not sure where to start with this review. Shake the Stars starts out in 2008 and is about the summer love affair between two young men still finding their way and not totally out as gay. It's so sweet and hot and I just knew that it couldn't last. But I also knew that V.L. Locey would give us an HEA so I wasn't really worried. The story is told in first person by Dale. He is an aspiring author and I really enjoyed reading about his thoughts and insecurities about his writing career. I can only imagine that the amount of detail about this comes from V.L. Locey's personal experience. I don't want to give too much away but the story jumps forward ten years about two-thirds of the way through the book. I can't give details without using spoilers so I'll just say that Dale and Khalid reconnect and the story continues on to a wonderful ending. This book brought me to tears more than a few times. Some were sad, some were happy. These two guys really go through a lot before they get their HEA. Dale's father can't accept that he's gay and their formerly good relationship totally disintegrates. Khalid also has family issues to deal with but his parents have accepted he's gay and didn't disown him. Shake the Stars is a wonderfully intense story. At around 100,00 words it's one that you can really sink your teeth into. As is normal for a V.L. Locey story there are many hot, sexy scenes to enjoy. I really can't say enough good things about this one. As soon as I finished reading it, I immediately pre-ordered a copy and that's not something I do a lot when I've received an ARC of a book. ***Reviewed for Xtreme-Delusions dot com***
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