Wednesday, November 3, 2010

An so is Love - Scarlet Blackwell

For two years of his ten-year prison sentence, Dane Faulkner has been a man best left alone. When Bailey Lewis disturbs his solitude and becomes a target for the local bullies, Dane finds the best way to protect him is to stake his own claim. What happens when the pretence becomes something more?

Comment: I loved this story. It was the first one I've read by this author and I was quite surprised by it. The relationship between the amin characters is amazing, their feelings seem real and everything fell in place. To me, at least. Just think it all hapened too fast. But then again, it's hard to convey time passing by in a short-story in a way that doesn't seem too rushed.
All in all, a good book.

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