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Just His Type (Bittersweet Dreams)

3.04  ·  Rating Details  ·  25 Ratings  ·  10 Reviews
Daron’s looking for a certain type: he loves tall, slim older men, and he’s sure one of them will be his one true love, even though he doesn’t truly believe he deserves it. His lack of confidence leads him to a series of meaningless encounters with strangers, convinced that eventually he’ll find a relationship to last a lifetime. His best friend and coworker, Rebel, offers ...more
ebook, 24 pages
Published April 18th 2012 by Dreamspinner Press

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Don Bradshaw
May 11, 2012 Don Bradshaw rated it really liked it
Shelves: gay-romance, food
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What a great short bittersweet story this was. Daron owns a cafe and is on a prowl for an older man. His friend and employee, Rebel, has been pining over Daron but is never seen as more than a friend. One day a guy that is just Daron's type comes into the cafe for lunch. Daron waits his table and comes on to the older man known only as Table Twenty-two. Daron goes on break just as Table Twenty-two is finishing his meal and meets Daron
A.B. Gayle
Jun 29, 2013 A.B. Gayle rated it it was amazing
This book really needs to be read in conjunction with the next in the series to really appreciate what the author is doing with these characters. If you're judging books by how "nice" the people are, then you'll be disappointed. But E.E. writes characters with flaws and weaknesses. Their main problem is that they despecrately want love, but don't always go about finding it the best way. A bit like real life really, which is what the series is called.

Highly recommeneded as long as both books are
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Reviewed by: Don
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: M/M Bittersweet
Rated: 4 Hearts

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Cee Brown
Mar 10, 2013 Cee Brown rated it it was amazing
Loved it. And this wasn''t even a blimp on my radar!
May 17, 2012 Cryselle rated it it was ok
The Bittersweet line from Dreamspinner tends to very high quality love stories that don’t have an HEA. Most of them have an unexpected twist to account for the absence, or have something as basic as not breathing the same element that interferes. Not here though: there is no strong and enduring love. Daron, the POV character, is extremely shallow and unpleasantly delusional. One can only wonder why Rebel persists.

At nearly thirty, Daron feels the need for something beyond casual encounters, but
Stacey Jo
Jun 19, 2012 Stacey Jo rated it liked it
I very much disliked Daron. He was hung up on a slimeball because he was just so sure he was perfect for him when his best friend, Rebel, was right there in front of him, wanting him all along. Talk about not seeing the forest for the trees. My heart broke for Rebel. Daron got what he deserved. Is there a way to reach into a book and smack a character?
Mar 26, 2013 Susan rated it liked it
Shelves: mm-read, z-2013
I was just getting into this story when it ended. I see that it is the first in a series so I will have to check out the other books.
Daron is a wanker and I thought he was a lot younger than he was, but I'm interested enough to continue with the series.
Jun 05, 2012 Angie rated it really liked it
Darren's a dumbass, but a sweet one. I just wish the book had been longer.
This is such a well done, but the story was sad and had a bittersweet ending.
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