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    Sato and Aoi

    I love Amy's books. They are always so well written and this is no exception. Her stories always flow and keep the interest going. There is so much happening between the two main characters and you can never guess what is going to happen. Just as you think the characters are going one way, they take you by surprise and go in a completely different direction.
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    Loved It!!!

    I loved Would it Be Okay to Love You? by Amy Tasukada. I loved getting to read how Sato and Aoi met for the first time and how they progressed from friends to boyfriends. This was a cute and sweet story with lots of innuendoes from Aoi that usually went right over Sato's head. I loved how much Sato blushed. I voluntarily reviewed an advanced reader copy of this book.
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    A book to warm your heart and make you smile.

    It's no secret I enjoy Amy's writing no matter if it's a cute fluff story or a thriller filled with twists and passion. Would it be Okay to Love You? is from the cute side and oh my! can it get much cuter? In this novel we finally learn how Aoi and Sato met and couldn't resist what pulled them together despite their attempts at "this is not a date" and "we're just friends". Everyone who enjoys sweet romance and blooming love will enjoy this book. However, if you are anime fan it will fascinate you twice as much because you'll glimpse some words, gestures and occurrences the style of which in unmistakable. Would it be Okay to Love You? is about those little meaningful moments that show love in its best light.
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    Awe, that's adorbs!

    Sato is just my type; sweet and surprisingly strong at times and he balances Aoi's bright, and quick moves. I did not expect Aoi to be a yaoi voice actor but it made the story so much better. This book is great and I'm super excited to find out what else happens with them. =D Happy reading!
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