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Posted August 24, 2012
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I really enjoy books like this where one of the guys is struggling with his sexuality. In this book, that guy is Nick. Not only is he struggling, he's in flat-out denial, even when things go a bit further between him and Gabe than would ever happen between two hetero guys. He's DEEP in denial, which is incredibly frustrating for Gabe who is falling big-time for this guy.
I felt so badly for Gabe in this book. He tries to gently push Nick into understanding what's happening, but Nick just doesn't see it or accept it. The problem is that Gabe is getting in too deep and is going to end up getting really hurt.
Gabe is incredibly perceptive. Not only does he realize what Nick really is, but he also knows that Nick is actually in love with his best friend from high school. And poor Nick is just clueless about it all. I really enjoyed his talks with Chris (one of the heroes in book #1 of this series) in this one because Chris had the same issues about shocking self-realization the year before.
Overall, this was a good book. I absolutely fell in love with Gabe's character and felt badly for how clueless Nick remained throughout so much of the book...both about himself, Gabe, and his friend John. It was an interesting story.
On to book #4 in this great series...