Choosing Us

Choosing Us

by Aria Grace

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940152098631
Publisher: Aria Grace
Publication date: 10/17/2015
Series: More Than Friends
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 364,047
File size: 381 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Living in Southern Cali and writing books about boys falling in love.

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Choosing Us 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Michael_Adam_Reale More than 1 year ago
Where True Love Abounds Let No One Judge Others Aria Grace's novels never ceases to amaze and enamore me. She is famous for addressing tough issues and she does so in such a beautiful and tender way. I don't want to give too much of the story away. In this novel she tackles drug addiction and overdose of a friend, she tackles suicide ideation and suicide in general. She also addresses polyamory. In Choosing Happy: More than Just Friends #3, we are introduced to Steve and Joey. In this book, Choosing Us: More Than Just Friends, we continue with Steve and Joey with the inclusion of Adam as a new member of their family. Together, they form a beautiful polyamorous relationship. With all the talk over "polygamous marriages" that were discussed during the lead up to marriage equality,  maybe one day plural marriages will become acceptable. It may not be for everyone but all marriages deserve equal protection under the law. it is not for any of us to judge the type of relationships that people enter into. All relationships between consenting adults deserve respect and spousal protections under the law.  The More than Friends series continues when we follow their friend Alex out to Denver where the Mile High Romances continue. I sincerely believe and hope that one day a producer will take notice of these novels. The characters are so well developed and they would make an amazing television serial drama.
Mistish More than 1 year ago
A Beautiful Story of Redemption if You Read The Series A free copy of this book was provided to me by the author in exchange for a fair and honest review. Sometime a book that is part of a series can be read as a stand-alone book. The reader can completely enjoy and comprehend not only the story being told, but how the individual story fits into the installment. This is not that book. Read alone, the story seems to move too fast; Steve seems to presume a great deal from someone he doesn’t know, and the resulting relationship bond just makes the reader think what? (There is a warning that this story includes a ménage so I am not spoiling the story by giving that away.) So, why did I give this book three stars? This is the tenth book in the More Than Friends series. After reading Choosing Us I decided I had to go back, purchase and read the series to fully understand this installation. The author’s writing style was such that I felt like I had walked in on the middle of a conversation and couldn’t understand what was being said because I had missed so much of what was said prior. The book is clearly the continuation of a bigger story. That accomplished I re-read Choosing Us. The second time around I had so many aha moments. The main characters are introduced in the earlier stories in the series, as well as the plot that ties these characters together. I now have a full understanding of the importance of the club Paddles in the lives of the characters. Moreover, the actions taken by Steve, to help and heal the character Adam are not only timely and essential, they bring about a redemptive quality to what has heretofore been a struggle for all three main characters to fully heal and become whole. Each of the three has something the other needs and Choosing Us allows them to each benefit. I withheld the two stars because an author of Ms. Grace’s caliber could have written this story allowing a bit more understanding and appreciation of the back story of these characters. Even if the intention is that the entire series should be read, the individual story needs to stimulate the desire to read the series. Choosing Us did not do that for me. I read the prior stories to allow myself to give this author a fair review. Had that not been the case I would have put the book down and never approached the series, moving on, instead, to something else.
Mistish More than 1 year ago
A Beautiful Story of Redemption if You Read The Series A free copy of this book was provided to me by the author in exchange for a fair and honest review. Sometime a book that is part of a series can be read as a stand-alone book. The reader can completely enjoy and comprehend not only the story being told, but how the individual story fits into the installment. This is not that book. Read alone, the story seems to move too fast; Steve seems to presume a great deal from someone he doesn’t know, and the resulting relationship bond just makes the reader think what? (There is a warning that this story includes a ménage so I am not spoiling the story by giving that away.) So, why did I give this book three stars? This is the tenth book in the More Than Friends series. After reading Choosing Us I decided I had to go back, purchase and read the series to fully understand this installation. The author’s writing style was such that I felt like I had walked in on the middle of a conversation and couldn’t understand what was being said because I had missed so much of what was said prior. The book is clearly the continuation of a bigger story. That accomplished I re-read Choosing Us. The second time around I had so many aha moments. The main characters are introduced in the earlier stories in the series, as well as the plot that ties these characters together. I now have a full understanding of the importance of the club Paddles in the lives of the characters. Moreover, the actions taken by Steve, to help and heal the character Adam are not only timely and essential, they bring about a redemptive quality to what has heretofore been a struggle for all three main characters to fully heal and become whole. Each of the three has something the other needs and Choosing Us allows them to each benefit. I withheld the two stars because an author of Ms. Grace’s caliber could have written this story allowing a bit more understanding and appreciation of the back story of these characters. Even if the intention is that the entire series should be read, the individual story needs to stimulate the desire to read the series. Choosing Us did not do that for me. I read the prior stories to allow myself to give this author a fair review. Had that not been the case I would have put the book down and never approached the series, moving on, instead, to something else.