If I Must

If I Must

by Amy Lane

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Overview

...a treasure, rich in the love we all dream of during this season of magic, laughter and love 4.5 of 5 divas  Kathy @ Dark Diva Reviews

Joel Martinez, a practical and organized computer programmer, is roommates with Ian Cooper, a certified IQ-in-the- stratosphere mathematical genius who literally can't find his own underwear in the mess of his day-to-day life. When Joel uneasily leaves Ian for the holidays, he ends up telling stories to his sister and discovers he feels much more for Ian than he thought. So when Ian calls, distraught because the only other thing in his life that loves him (a half-feral cat named Manky Bastard) is going to have to be put down, Joel hurries back home hoping that opposites really do attract.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781615813377
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Publication date: 12/01/2009
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 69
Sales rank: 694,681
File size: 628 KB

Customer Reviews

If I Must 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 15 reviews.
saturnnalia on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Nothing too deep, a quick read, but highly unrealistic. Maybe if the author had more pages the story would have been better. Ian is highly unlikely, he was hard to buy. He is so absent minded I don't know how he made it to 23 years old. Joel's accent was distracting. I liked the idea of the couple.
edcsdc More than 1 year ago
Good grief but was this ever fun. I loved the way that these two fit together. I didn't see it as one sided because they each filled a part of and accept the other. I get Ian's idiosyncrasies. They feel a bit Asperger's with his genius IQ and hyper focus. Amy Lane's writing is always a hit for me. Bravo! Adult read
MaraJ73 More than 1 year ago
4-1/2 Stars Another great addition to both my holiday library and my Amy Lane library. Maybe the cliche of what's right in front of us is the hardest to see is a typical holiday theme but Miss Lane makes it so much more enjoyable than the old cliche. Joel and Ian, apart are good but together they could be great, will they open up and realize it? Sometimes family may be difficult things but sometimes they can make us see the truth.
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