Ethan, Who Loved Carter
By twenty-four, Carter Stevenson has stuttered and ticced his way to debilitating shyness. Although his friends accuse him of letting his Tourette's dictate his life, Carter moves from Los Angeles to a quiet California town. He'll keep his head down and avoid people. He doesn't anticipate his new... show more
By twenty-four, Carter Stevenson has stuttered and ticced his way to debilitating shyness. Although his friends accuse him of letting his Tourette's dictate his life, Carter moves from Los Angeles to a quiet California town. He'll keep his head down and avoid people. He doesn't anticipate his new neighbor, Ethan Hart, crashing into his solitude and forcing him to get out and live.
From the beginning, Ethan makes his love for Carter clear. But he fears Carter won't see past Ethan's damaged brain, even though it makes Ethan more attuned to his emotions than most people. For Carter, there's a bigger issue: he's been burned by so-called "perfect" matches, and he won't risk his heart again.
One way or another, Ethan's determined to show Carter they belong together. Then Ethan receives tragic news. Suddenly he must turn to Carter for strength and support. Will Carter come through when Ethan needs him most?
Publish date: 2012-09-17
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 210
Edition language: English
Thoughts at 59% DNF... Yep. Awkward is awkward. Last night had been a good start, but Carter was as eager as Ethan to get to the main event. However, being in Ethan’s parents’ bed was weird and Carter was not thinking about the implications of Nolan and Liz’s sex life behind the drawer openi...
“Everyone has their own music; they just don’t realize it. But you do.” You should take my 4-star rating with a grain of salt, because I had some issues with this book. While I think the concept is wonderful (a romance between a man with Tourette's and a man with a brain damage), and while I t...
I really liked this, but I couldn’t help comparing this to Carry the Ocean, which I loved more.I’ve read several reviews that people were a bit uncomfortable at the sex scenes, but I didn’t share those feelings. I thought Ethan was depicted beautifully and sex was just as much part of his life as it...
Many people I respect greatly and follow (somewhat) religiously, loved that book. And that's great. The topic is very interesting, the idea is unusual and really good. Just not for me. I read the blurb, wanted to start reading and just couldn't. There is a small group of people here that have very m...
After an absolutely delightful foreword, I stumbled into this story, head first. I can safely say that it has been a long, long time since I’ve fallen so fast and so hard for a character, but Carter is just so sweet it’s insane. Then you go on and add Ethan to the mix, and all I can do is shake my h...