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    Excellent

    Possibly my favourite story by this duo. I loved every little quirk the characters all had. Loved the plot. The angst. Perfect ending too. Worth every penny.
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    One Small Thing

    Finding strength to do what you thought impossible can be found in one small thing. In the case of Rue and Erick that one small thing was Alice. Party boy Rue suddenly finds that one night of indescression has made him the sole parent of his infant daughter, Alice. Desperate to find suitable child care he finds himself knocking on the door of his stay-at-home recluse of a neighbour, Erick. Erick has anxiety issues and has found that writing from home and delivery services allow him to function in an otherwise terrifying world. Book sales have been slow and the prospect of some additional cash for looking after Alice may be just what he needs to make ends meet. Taking care of Alice brings out new levels of strength in both men, will they be strong enough to admit the bonds that are growing between them. A very interesting read.
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