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    True definition of love

    I thought this book was generally okay, but I was not expecting that Tim would be gay. I thought maybe he'll discover he's bisexual and date Wren. Unfortunately that didn't happen either. Overall it taught me a lot about what homosexuals have to go through sometimes when coming out the closet, and I'm glad it gives others that same opportunity as well. The romance genre is somewhat in this book expressed as learning what true love truly is in a number of ways. Sacrificing your happiness as Wren did to be there for Tim. And in Tim's case love doesn't always have to be the stereotypical man and woman. Homosexuals fall in love too. Love is sticking with those you love through the toughest of times and love can be loving your own enemies. Those who read this book will learn a lot. Not only about love, but I find that love as the major theme truly is expressed in this text the most. I recommend this read to those who want to learn in greater depth the definition of love and want to learn about the world and the struggles growing up in it for different people.

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