Owen's Home and Garden
Publish date: February 8th 2012
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press LLC
Pages no: 147
Edition language: English
After reading 'Lost Boy' I was looking forward to reading more by this author. I'm sorry to say, this book didn't work for me. The beginning was difficult as for me both MC's weren't distinctive enough to keep them apart - yes, I'm getting old. Then after the fateful get-together and the ensuing van...
Very good m/m romance about a guy with a crush on his slutty and oblivious best friend - his best friend who vanishes after a very, very messed up day. Be warned that part of this taking place in northern Minnesota (albeit near a fictitious town) probably weighted my rating. :)
I enjoyed this friends to lover story. There were times in the beginning that I didn't know if I wanted to slap Simon upside the head or give him a hug because I felt sorry for him. There was definitely a back story with him that I think if the author had revealed more, would make you understand hi...
I like this book because the characters act like a hell of a lot of people I know. Simon does a lot of stupid shit, and Owen puts up with more than he should, and they work it out their own way. I really and truly feel like I've known, and know, people exactly like them. They feel and act like ordin...
2.5 starsWarning: This review is spoilerish for the main plot of the story, but I can't not do itThis is from new author. I admit that I'm weary with new author and the decline of quality of DSP's releases lately doesn't help. I guess I must thank MandyM for her early review for me to try.The result...