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Wild Raspberries by Jane Davitt
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Jul 22, 2010

really liked it
bookshelves: mm-romance

I liked the pace of this book... The focus was on Dan and Tyler the entire time, and the progression of their relationship felt very realistic to me.

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It's an interesting structure. Dan and Tyler start out together in a very closed environment. Their cautious relationship develops in the isolated confines around the cabin. And then at the end...everything opens up. So you had their surroundings acting as a metaphor for them as a couple.

message 2: by Alina (last edited Sep 16, 2010 09:19PM) (new) - rated it 4 stars

Alina Very true. Wild Raspberries was more carefully written than a good number of the books in this genre.

The author also smashed my expectations several times throughout the book (mainly through Tyler, and the way she avoided the more common pitfalls of creating a character like him).

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