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Cutting Cords by Mickie B. Ashling
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Feb 11, 2011

really liked it
bookshelves: contemporary, interracial, m-m, disabilities-injuries-disorders
Read in February, 2011

** spoiler alert ** 3.5 stars.

Overall, I really I enjoyed this book. It wasn't until about halfway through that I began to have a few niggles. I didn't have problems with Sloan getting together with Max - it wasn't cheating b/c Sloan and Cole weren't in any sort of relationship and they had only hooked up a couple of times - I think it was the actual scenes they had. I generally like BDSM, but here it left me feeling sort of let down and uncomfortable at times - I think because it seemed to me like Max and Sloan were developing a more serious relationship than he and Cole ever had until the very end. In fact, we never really see Sloan and Cole's relationship much at all. Sorry if this doesn't make sense; it's very hard to explain unless you read it :( Like I said though, this only takes up about a fourth of the book so I really liked it overall.
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