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Kate Sherwood
Kate's goal with her writing is to make readers feel, but also to make them think. She works hard to create realistic, flawed characters who are desperate for love, and also terrified of it.Find more information at www.katesherwoodbooks.com show more

Kate's goal with her writing is to make readers feel, but also to make them think. She works hard to create realistic, flawed characters who are desperate for love, and also terrified of it.Find more information at www.katesherwoodbooks.com
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Linda78
Linda78 rated it 9 months ago
This series has been kind of a mixed bag. I really liked that the focus was on those living in poverty and struggling to make ends meet, and that it was more people of color than your average M/M. However, I also felt that too often the couple got together way too quickly. That happens again here, w...
Linda78
Linda78 rated it 10 months ago
Since Micah has spent most of the previous two books in a constant drug haze, it was nice to get to know him once he's free of the drugs. He's smart and philosophical, and he's realistic about his situation and the people he hurt with his drug habit. He knows he's got to keep working the program, ev...
Linda78
Linda78 rated it 10 months ago
Dang you, Sherwood! I was supposed to quit this book halfway through in a boiling rage, ready to rip Simon a new one. Instead, I grudgingly liked him by 25% and was rooting for him about halfway through and just hoping everything would work out. This still isn't perfect. Simom Yeung is the fir...
Linda78
Linda78 rated it 11 months ago
For a story about a guy going up to Canada to settle his estranged grandmother's estate, this is a refreshingly angst-free story. Sure, Kyle has regrets about his grandmother, but mostly he spends the book remembering why her cabin by the lake was once a happy summer retreat for him and realizing th...
Mammarella
Mammarella rated it 11 months ago
Book, I am very upset with you. Your meager 407 are the longest 407 pages I've ever read. Ever. Even "1001 Nights" wasn't that long when I read it last. If it wasn't for the empty banter between the characters and the small pockets of cute nothingness or dull brooding or any other unnecessary detail...
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