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Nobody's Hero by Katey Hawthorne
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Apr 04, 2012

liked it
bookshelves: other-paranormal, m-m
Read in April, 2012

There wasn't anything wrong with this story and I did enjoy it but I just didn't connect enough to love it. I think it was Jamie's refusal to deal with his family/community. I get he never told anyone he was gay, lots of people don't, but I never really got it. There is reference that they had to be keep hidden because of hunters/crazies, but the whole arranged marriages and the way he kept sending these vague messages to his "intended" and then being annoyed she didn't know what he was really saying. Huh? She had powers but I'm pretty sure ESP was not it.

For those who like a character who deals with religion, Kellen is a practicing Catholic and there are a few conversations about how he justifies his religion and being gay. It wasn't preachy though, just a statement of who he was an I was okay with that. I don't know, it just didn't connect for me, but the sex is pretty steamy and Kellan's motley crew of cats was cute.
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