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Force of Law by Jez Morrow
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Jul 04, 10

bookshelves: gay, 2010, ebooks, in-english, romance
Read from July 01 to 04, 2010

I loved it. Law doesn't take no for an answer, the word "impossible" isn't even in his vocabulary. He wants Tom and nothing else matters. He does what he deems necessary and his conscience doesn't plague him at all. His forceful nature scares Tom - but at the same time, he's drawn to it like a moth to the flame. He quickly realizes that Law is the dominant one in their relationship and he learns to relish in being loved and desired by a man like Law who could have anybody. The dynamics of their relationship is what makes the book so awesome. Also, Morrow's description, the way she uses words and phrases - to me, the book seemed incredibly vivid and the characters alive. I'll definitely read more books by this author.
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Bookwatcher Hello, great review.
One question: if you like this book, why 4 not 5 stars? What's the little problem you found that make you give 4 stars?
thanks for the attention

Kati Hm, I'm not even sure. Maybe because suddenly, in the middle of it, there were three scenes from Law's POV? It was rather unexpected because the rest of the book's told only from Tom's POV. The scenes were great with good insight into Law's way of thinking, but they did surprise me a bit. Otherwise, it was a great book.

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Bookwatcher oh, strange! If a writer change without warning the narrator the story may get confused! I don't remember which book I was reading and out of sudden there was a terrible change of narrator that I get after some paragraphs....
I hope it's not this case... if the writer change but don't mess up with the story I always appreciate... as you say, is always interesting read another character point of view. Thanks for the answer.

Kati The scenes are clearly separated, the POV doesn't change in the middle of a scene, it just surprised me a bit because from the way the book was going, I thought that it would be told from Tom's POV only.

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