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  • Unexpectedly GOOD

    This book was an unexpected hit for me. Fragments of Forever is a series of four short stories - they all have different plots and story-lines but follow the same two characters i.e. Jonathan and Will. All the Jonathans and Wills in the four stories look the same but they all have different stories. All in all I guess the analogy that I am aiming for is that of an actor in different movies portraying different characters who incidentally have the exact same names. 1. Executive Decisions I liked this story, it sets a good starting point because the blurb had me thinking along the lines of reincarnation, but this is just a story of two guys in the corporate positions of boss and executive assistant who fall in love. It is a plain, sweet and simple office romance. 2. Guarded This was the story I liked the least. The story starts with William who is unemployed, recently been dumped by his boyfriend, has a lot of problems and issues(this is mostly implied) and trying to kill himself by overdosing on alcohol(seriously...?). In comes the angel Jonathan who is here to save Will from himself and set him on the right path. Okay personally what annoyed me about this story was that none of Will's problems actually get solved, he is just killed and that kind of felt like taking the easy path. It would have been better if he had started taking steps to make his life better and then something like this happened after he had spent more time with Jonathan, because I get that it had to happen but I would have preferred it happening a little more gracefully. Also the whole clubbing scenario irked me it felt like the wrong place to go for someone who had just binge-drink-ed himself into a coma. This story has good bones but somehow the entire story left me with much to be desired. 3. Song of the Caged Bird I liked this story. I like the whole college romance thing and William and Jonathan were great in this one, what will all the singing and everything. {“Thanks for the date.” Jonathan smiled and then gasped, his eyes wide, as William’s words sank in. “Wait, what? Will... This wasn’t—” William pulled Jonathan’s arm again, wrapped his other hand behind Jonathan’s neck, and kissed him. It was warm, wet, and so, so good. William’s eyes were bright when he pulled away. “Now it’s a date. See you tomorrow, Jonathan.”} - From the "Song of the Caged Bird" I loved that scene =) Also any and all problems get closure in this story. 4. Pieces of You I liked this story a lot. In fact I would have loved to learn more about the world and characters the author invents this book. They were really good. I kind of feel cheated because initially I thought they were a couple but no, later on, I learnt it was a threesome. I personally would have liked if this had been cleared in the being because I liked Jai and we only learn about him later so we don't get the full disclosure on the intricacies of Jonathan, Jai and Will's relationship. On the whole this book was an enjoyable read with all manner of genres flitting in and personally I think the couple and their chemistry was a big hit.

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