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Picture Winter by Amy Aislin
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really liked it

What a lovely, lovely story.

Elias has a plan how his life should be: quiet, secure and void of surprises. It all goes out the window one morning when he fails to discard his newspaper in the recycling bin and is confronted by an irate city worker - Tyler. Elias feels bad for his mistake and goes back the next day and the next and the one after to make up for it - he feels strangely drawn to the younger man. What follows is a whirlwind romance that turns our heroes' lives upside down and inside out.

This was so sweet and lovely and low in angst. Elias is reserved and set in his ways, Tyler is funny and free and outgoing - at first glance they have nothing in common. But they end up complementing one another instead, Tyler's large and noisy (and nosy) family fill a gap in Elias' life that he didn't know was there and Elias' quiet steadfastness calms and soothes Tyler's nerves.

I enjoyed this so very much, everything about this winter romance was quietly wonderful. It's terrifically low in angst, very refreshing to read a story that was just happy all over.

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Reading Progress

September 21, 2017 – Started Reading
September 22, 2017 – Shelved
September 22, 2017 – Finished Reading

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