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Author Topic: The One That Got Away by Rhianne Aile, Madeleine Urban  (Read 385 times)

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Name of the book: The One That Got Away
Genre: MM Romance
Book publish year: 2009
Rating (out of 5): 3
Brief intro: When David Carmichael suffers a migraine and a broken shoulder, Trace Jackson, his best friend, simply moves in to take care of him. Their easy camaraderie is threatened when David discovers an undercurrent of heat and tension flowing between them. Despite knowing his best friend is straight, David is not-so-slowly falling in love.
Trace has never desired another man. He's a ladies' man with quite the reputation, considered a top prize around town. But his close, treasured friendship with David is intensified by the emotion and arousal, and the lure of having David so close is irresistible. Soon Trace makes it clear to David that he wants to know if they can make it work between them. Because Trace is sure he won't ever want anyone else he already loves David.

Review: Not very realistic, no much plot, but ok for a drama-free read. The title is misleading, even if it makes sense in the end.
 

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