Publish date: December 7th 2010
Publisher: Loose Id
Pages no: 130
Edition language: English
, M M Romance
GR Cleanup Read January 2011 3 1/2 stars and so close to a four star read that it hurts. This book is about Sam who is an interesting character. He's stuck in a wheelchair, injured from his time in the marine's, he writes gay romances, knits and is currently running his aunt's yarn shop and is tot...
So I had fairly high hopes for this book and while I wasn't exactly disappointed I wasn't thrilled either. :( First, I can't see how in the hell the title relates to the story. And that always kinds of bugs me!So Sam is wheelchair bound Marine who was injured in Afghanistan and Trevor a.k.a. Tall...
Stole this from pbj's review as it sums up my thoughts perfectly (and with a lot less cursing):I liked the characters and I liked the story, I just couldn't connect to either the way this book was structured. It felt disjointed and I often found myself having to go back and re-read passages to make ...
This was one of the best books I've read in quite a while. I loved how Irving took standard conventions and just tossed them out. Sam and Tall were awesome characters that came alive for me as the reader. I loved how both Tall and Sam healed each other but I especially loved how Tall was able to sho...
On the one hand, there was the character of Sam, who I liked very much. Sam is a marine with all his heart, he personifies the whole romatic glory of being a marine, the honor, the fierce protective instinct, the doggedness once he’s set on achieving a goal. He is the perfect soldier and a leader o...