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Ingénue’s Choice by Gracie C. McKeever
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Jan 17, 2010

really liked it
bookshelves: gay
Read in January, 2010 — I own a copy

I liked this story about two wounded men who need to find their soul mates and get help from a guardian angel in training (Zara).

Patryk has been badly abused by a previous boyfriend, lives a life determined by his parents and is in desperate need of love. Keir is a bartender whose boyfriend killed himself three years ago because he thought Keir was unfaithful. Both men have (obvious) issues with trust. When they meet, the spark of lust between them is strong enough to ant to get to know each other. The barriers to a real relationship, especially since Patryk is a sexual submissive who's afraid of being used again, are tremendous.

The development of trust between the two takes place on many levels. I liked the way each man's background is revealed bit by bit, as they get to know each other and I got to know them by reading this story.

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