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Can't Make You Love Me

Can't Make You Love Me

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by Brien Michaels
     
 

It's just a crush...right?

Sean has had a serious crush on Dylan for years, he's just never known how to tell him. So when the opportunity finally arises to show Dylan how he really feels, how is Sean supposed to resist?

It doesn't matter how straight Dylan is, he knows attraction when he feels it. The only problem is that things seem to be

Overview

It's just a crush...right?

Sean has had a serious crush on Dylan for years, he's just never known how to tell him. So when the opportunity finally arises to show Dylan how he really feels, how is Sean supposed to resist?

It doesn't matter how straight Dylan is, he knows attraction when he feels it. The only problem is that things seem to be progressing further than he'd like, and Sean shows no signs of turning back. Dylan needs to make a choice-and the sooner, the better-because the longer he waits, the more likely things will get out of hand. But how can he turn away his best friend without losing...his best friend?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781939194152
Publisher:
Etopia Press
Publication date:
10/26/2012
Pages:
174
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.40(d)

Meet the Author

Brien Michaels was born at an early age. In the time that he is not writing, he enjoys reading, eating, and terrorizing young wood nymphs. After an altercation with a person in a mask, he fled to the hills and now lives in seclusion with the voices in his head. He currently writes dark fiction, erotic fiction, and dark erotic fiction for the creatures that have moved in under his bed.

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Can't Make You Love Me 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
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Im reviewing this at 2 am because i couldnt put it down. I was maybe a third of the way through when i picked this up again a couple of hours ago and i meant to put it down again after an hour and get some sleep. The problem was i HAD to find out if Dylan would ever get over himself and if Sean would finally have enough of Dylans identity crisis and help him figure it out by beating him round the head a couple of times. I know im enjoying a book when i realize the funny looks im getting are because ive been ranting at my nook trying to give advice to chatacters and saying things like 'stop being such a butthead!' or 'quit being such a pushover!' (Of course thats the PG version). I also enjoyed the bit of a twist at the end. Im looking forward to whatever comes after Book1!