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343 pages, ebook
First published November 11, 2013
“You're strong enough to let yourself hurt, Matty. That's the strongest person there is.”
“Yeah, but do I look like a rugged, plaid-shirt wearing, Brokeback Mountain kinda gay? No I do not,”
(...) “For eight thousand a month, Matty, you can't afford not to be.”
‘Rob whispered in his ear, “Do you trust me?”
Shivering, Matty nodded.
“I want to hear you say it.”
“I trust you,” Matty said breathless.
‘Robs voice was intense, almost as desperate as Matty felt. “Do you see the North Star. Wherever you are, whenever you see that, you'll think of this. You'll think of me here whit you, taking care of you, and you'll never forget. Do you understand?”
...what an fantastic good looking guy and perfect cover pic
Rob’s voice was intense, almost as desperate as Matty felt. “Do you see the North Star? Wherever you are, whenever you see that, you’ll think of this. You’ll think of me here with you, taking care of you, and you’ll never forget.
But amazing isn’t always enough.
It all left Matty feeling like he’d been taken apart and put back together again. He almost wanted to ask if the seams were visible. Would anyone else know?
There is a lesson here. I’m not sure just what, though.
“Well, Mama, I have met a man.”
“Does this man have a name?”
His mother started laughing. “You’re not kidding, are you?”
“No. It’s a delightful name for a delightful person.”
He still felt shaken. It wasn’t anything he had experienced before and it felt so precious. He didn’t know what to say, or what to do. Fuck. It was all too intimate to break into words.
"Sometimes it was awesome to sit back and let another person take control. So long as they did really good, dirty, hot things to him."
"But amazing isn't always enough."