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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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    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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    wow, just wow

    This was excellent. I had to pause reading three times because the story made me cry (once on the subway, darnit!) - the description of 9/11 from a firefighter's perspective and specifically from Griff's perspective as he works tirelessly to help people all the while thinking about where Dante is and if he's ok (for clarity - it's not a 9/11 story, that part is a brief memory near the start of the book), the anguish Griff feels as he comes to understand how much he loves Dante and at the same time that it's unlikely the feelings are returned, and Tommy and the response from the guys at the bar. Oh my. The book is long and it's really heartbreaking for a while as we see into Griff's head and see how much he is hurting. Even though I knew (well, I was pretty sure) things were going to work out, I still read on the edge of my seat hoping that Griff and Dante would get there. And they did, and it made me smile, as did Dante's (their) family. There was enough content/substance at the end of the book to make all the heartbreak in the first ~70% worthwhile. Ignore the cover and the blurb and read this book. The writing is way way way above average.
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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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    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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