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He's The One (Manhattan #3)

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From Timothy James Beck, the acclaimed author of It Had To Be You, comes his second delightfully witty, thoroughly heartfelt novel as he introduces a Midwestern jock-slash-computer geek who comes to the big city in search of love, career, friendship, and a chance to find out if...

He s The One

Something s gotta give for Adam Wilson. The hunky, sweet Midwestern entrepreneur m...more
Hardcover, 360 pages
Published January 1st 2003 by Kensington
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Elisa Rolle
Adam is a gay country boy... I don't know but gay and country boy in the same sentence sounds strange, maybe since I'm used to read stories about young gay men who escape their little country town for the big city to finally be who they really want to be. Instead Adam went to discover the world and found that he prefers Eau Claire, Wisconsin. And why not? He has a thriving business in the high tech world he can lead by home, a old fashion farmhouse he restored all for his own, a supporting famil...more
Nathan Burgoine
I quite enjoyed this story. For one, I'm really basking in tales that are of gay folk, but in another, I just flat-out enjoyed reading about these folk. The supporting characters are very evocative, and a solid cast of vary believable folk.

There's one passage in the book, however, that really stuck home for me - one of the characters discusses with another what the two saddest words in the english language are. The first, and somewhat pithy answer, is "What party?" The second answer has so much...more
Jul 24, 2011 Bob rated it 3 of 5 stars
Recommended to Bob by: Article by Greg Herren in RedRoom
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A Guilty Pleasure. Boy sees boy in a coffee shop in Chelsea then spends the entire novel trying to seduce him. PG rated. Well defined characters and good plotline. Fast read.
Sweet story about how Adam Wilson finally gets his man.
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