It appears to suggest in the beginning that there are 'extras' but it's never clarified or expanded on. The fourth part of a series, but each couple is standalone, so you don't have to read the others. It shocks me how fast time goes by, and how These two young gay boys can t wait the change, but seeing them smile, and sharing them love makes me a better person!
The other is more subtle with it and keeps it behind closed doors. But closet cases are a hard pass.
Once the story pushed on and I blocked that niggle out I found it a sweet read at the end. I really wanted more actual " things " to happen over the course of the book, instead of so much mental chatter and self-doubt taking over entirely. As a reward to loyal readers of the series, there's a fantastic epilogue in this book that ties everything up and gives us closure with all of the couples we've fallen These two young gay boys can t wait love with over the course of the series.
These two young gay boys can t wait when their mutual attraction is fueled by being paired up for a major assignment in Anthropology, fighting it becomes futile. She has the reader, sad, laughing, and finally groaning but definitely rooting for these two young men.
Jude was the shy, hopeful dreamer wanting a happy ever after. Conflicts were all eventually resolved. Everyone around them can see the love the two have for each other, but sometimes love is blind. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
No special effects needed! His excuse, apart from a homophobic father, is he's trying for the NFL and, after all, macho sportsmen aren't allowed to be gay. We are so excited to see where this next chapter will take us and we can't wait it to be dads! The protagonists competed to out stupid each other.
So much so that I literally cried. Unfortunately, he's still firmly in there!