I really enjoyed reading this book. The leads are in totally different places in their lives. It’s a coming of age story for Nick and kind of a reevaluation of some things for Jai. I love how it manages to be a M/M romance without the focus being on their sexual orientation, acceptance of it and such. I think this is a story that’s relatable to many. Nick has grown up privileged. He knows it. But now that he’s an adult, he doesn’t feel equipped to handle life even though he really doesn’t have an excuse. Adulting is hard. I totally agree.
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Fangirl Moments and My Two Cents
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