Publish date: April 1st 2009
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 248
Edition language: English
, Sports And Games
, M M Romance
, Gay Romance
, Gay For You
Series: Horizons (#1)
Horizons is probably one of the oldest books on my TBR list and to be honest had I known what was in story for me it would still be there ageing like fine wine...or vinegar. Disappointed doesn't really cover it on this one. There were tears...Clark cried, copious amounts. Jody cried, not as much a...
The over-the-top way that Clark proves his love for Jody above all else is creative and surprising. Eventually, there is even a small degree of healing with Clark’s family. There is a spinoff of this book, Taste, about Jody’s best friend Lil. Jody wouldn’t have survived loving and losing and loving ...
I am shocked that I, once upon a time, deemed this to be a four-star-read?! After re-reading this yesterday I totally have to change my rating here -- although I usually stick with a rating once given.So, this was pretty much one of the first M/M Romance books I ever laid eyes on, and I liked it, ba...
Holy melodrama, angst, and tears. There were a lot of tears in this book - from all sorts of different characters. In fact there were so many tears they lost their power for me. There was also a serious lack if communication going on. There were enough outside forces trying to keep them apart to no...
I had heard there was a lot of crying in this book, but didn't take it seriously as a problem; I've enjoyed other books in which the characters cried a lot. But in this one they kept crying for no apparent reason. It was like both main characters were PMSing hardcore, and I finally just couldn't tak...