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    Excellent read

    Oh boy, what an excellent read. A short one but with everything in it. Kaito is a journalist. And he can interview his crush skate rider Cristian. When Cristian arrives Kaito is nervous and shy. Cristian is impressed by Kaito and even read Kaito’s work. Kaito is perplexed Cristian read his work. They dance around each other, they flirt and it’s all extremely delicate and precious. When they meet the next evening at an event they have the most delicious encounter in the back of the hall. Cristian is thorough and Kaito opens up. The predator and the prey. Afterward and alone again Kaito gets back in his own state of mind. He can never be enough. The atmosphere in this story was so palpable. The attraction, the heat between them, sparks flying around. The body language was masterly written. The environments were wonderful, all vividly put down.
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    artistic and hot

    There’s a surprising amount of character development in the short span of this novella. Kaito is a serious journalist and he’s been following Cristian’s career for years. When they meet in person there is definite chemistry, but Kaito’s lack of confidence forces him to write it off as one of those things. There are lots of little details that build intimacy in this novel: perfect descriptions of facial expressions, coincidences like matching key chains, men and their pets. The story moves quickly but still gives the reader enough time to sink into the plot. In this book, Ashton briefly explores the relationship between two men, one of whom is famous. Of course, there is a lot of insecurity and there are mixed messages. The prose is tight and manages to be expressive at the same time. The descriptions of physicality were beautiful, whether the men were skating, dancing or in a passionate embrace. As a dancer myself, I appreciated the way the author wrote about movement! So beautiful! This novella is too brief at only seventy-five pages, but I was amazed at how much I came to enjoy the characters in so few words! I will definitely pick up more books by this author and look forward to whatever they will write in the future!

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