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Bite by Sean Michael
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Apr 16, 2010

really liked it
bookshelves: 2010, m-m
Read from April 16 to 17, 2010

As with nearly all of Sean Michael's novels, there is little more to "Bite" than a spattering of plot around many, many schmex scenes. I've read this one three times now, but only when I'm in the mood for hot schmex and little to no drama [between the main charas, that is:].

Anton and Greg have none of that hang-up some other novels have - there's no 'is he gay' or 'is he serious' or 'oh, my, god, I can't possibly love him already - I'm so ashamed' or any other BS like that. It's just straight attraction and reaction, getting down and dirty and then realizing only later, after a sort of extended time together, that hey, he's the one I truly want to be with forever, I really kind of love him.

No hang-ups. No angsting. Just straight forward relations and sex. Sometimes that's all you need, when too much of the other is bombarded on you from too many other novels. -_-;;

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