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  • Fantastic!

    Amazing book! Amazing story and great characters that work so well together! I didn't stop smiling the whole way through!

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  • Such a great read!

    This was the perfect combination of sweet and angst. I loath that there are still people who don't understand love, ANY love is such an amazing thing in today's cynical and dark world. I love Griffin's thoughts and how uncertain he was about everything.

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  • Hot Head

    Great friends to lovers contemporary male/male romance.

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  • Bromance all the way to heaven

    Things I loved about this book: Griffin and his huge heart (and body), Dante's family, the Anastagios, loud and affectionate and safe, the soft LGBT themes of hurt/confort that don't weight the plot down too much but are still there, the refreshing bluntness of the entire story (it was written by a man, and it's obvious), the heart-warming bromance that links the two main characters to each other, and the bottomless love that shows in their every move (even during sex, yes). Things I didn't like about this book: some of the sex scenes were a bit, uh, unrealistic? (but good nonenthless) The transition between bros-who-act-manly-since-too-afraid-of-ruining-their-nohomo-friendship to lifetime-partners-who-declare-their-endless-love-during-morning-cuddles was quite fast, but awaited. In conclusion, I loved the novel: Dante and Griff, as a couple, are the hottest and sweetest pair out there, and their happy ending brought a wobbly smile to my face. WELL DONE, MR. SUEDE!

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  • Hot Head

    Two firefighters from Brooklyn, Griff and Dante find themselves falling for each other even though they're best friends growing up. Dante's doing a gay-for-pay after hours and Griff helps him out. Full of a roller coaster of emotions this slice of life gay romance is worth it. Loved it!

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