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Crossing Borders by Z.A. Maxfield
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Apr 23, 11

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04/14/2011 page 193
61.0% "I am really liking this book! It is a romantic, humorous, lovely story of the developing love between Michael, a police officer, and Tristan, the young man who gave his first ticket to for skateboarding without a helmet. Tristan sets out to pick up a man at his local Borders and ends up picking up "Officer Helmet" as he called him. The romance starts out as a kind of one night thing but developed into a true love."

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Anita I loved the humor in this book. Especially when Tristan took Michael home for Thanksgiving dinner. His brothers and sister were unmerciful in their teasing of their gay brother and his boyfriend. The best line was during a younger brother's saying grace: "Dear Lord, We are so grateful to be gathered here today with our family, and the family of our brother's homosexual boyfriend, and our new little goth friend who has a gay dad, whatever the heck that is about. We'l like to say we're grateful this year for condoms, lube, Ellen Degeneres,and for those guys on Queer Eye..." HAHAHA! What a family!

Anita Plus while string up the Christmas lights on the house, Michael kisses Tristan. Tristan's younger brother Randy admiring the Christmas lights says "Look, I'll bet that's the fastest we ever put up the lights!" Then his other brother Devon sees the two on the roof and says "Yeah, and our's is the only house on the block that has gay guys kissing on the roof! Won't we be the envy of the whole neighborhood!"

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