Publish date: 2015-03-08
Publisher: JustJoshin Publishing, Inc.
Pages no: 33
Edition language: English
How do you ruin a perfect short story? Follow it up with a completely unnecessary one. I loved (and love) Perfect Day. It was short, it was succinct, it packed an emotional wallop while making you root for these two guys you barely knew, and the ending was hopeful and fulfilling. Wedding Favors is...
There is such thing as "why bother with perfection" when it comes to sequel. Some original stories are already so good, so perfect, despite the length, that sequel just ends up ruining it. For me, this is one of the case where a sequel is totally and most definitely NOT needed. Considering that Wyat...
Ookay, it's sweet and real, certainly. No less exasperating though. I loved Graham and Wyatt in [b:Perfect Day|14673024|Perfect Day|Josh Lanyon|https://d.gr-assets.com/books/1338245259s/14673024.jpg|20318217], and I thank Mr. Lanyon for this short glimpse into their pre-wedding life. Still, it boggl...
A nice little addition to Perfect Day. It was fun seeing Wyatt and Graham, issues they still kind of had with their relationship and getting through it all via communication.
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