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Along Came You

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Matthew had fallen for Greg Stevens and Matthew had fallen hard. Before Greg, Matthew had thought that finding true happiness was not meant to be, for him. When a mutual friend fixes him up with Greg, Matthew continues to doubt his chances for true love. Greg is much younger than he and just beginning his career. When Matthew shows Greg the carvings above the fireplaces th...more
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Published (first published March 22nd 2010)
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Stacey Jo
Matthew is a young doctor and he falls for the much older Greg after they are set up by a friend. They are professing love and moving in pretty much from the start which always irks me. I know there is love at first sight and I'm sure that happens, but I wasn't feeling it. I don't care for the point of view where the narrator is telling the story and telling you what each person is doing or thinking. To me, that makes for a much colder story. I like to be inside one or the other of the character...more
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B.K. Wright lives in Wichita, Kansas, with a significant other of many years. Wright began writing short stories of gay romance years ago, Montana, Mine, being the first novel.

Wright shares the belief of Oscar Wilde that male love is the noblest form of affection, and hopes that through these novels the message that gay men can find a significant other with whom to share their lives will be convey...more
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