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Rough Draft

by Jodi Payne, Jodi Payne

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Really just not my cup of tea. It was interesting at first to read letters going back and forth between the two MC's, though you might have to suspend your disbelief (arguing and fighting though letters?) My biggest issue was that I'm just not a fan of the open relationship. The two guys basically had sex with everyone and anyone; together and separately. Even after they decide to really be together. (They even kept a score card at one point.)



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  vampkiss | Oct 23, 2013 |
Paul and Gray were lovers during the college years, than they went to live on opposite coast and remain friend.

But five years after Gray, professor in a little college in New England, writes a letter to Paul, want-to-be play director and house builder for living. Gray is alone and sad, and want some friend words from Paul. Also Paul is alone, but not so sad, even if he doesn't have a real love in his life. But he seems happy.

But more letters start and arrive, and sometimes Paul is the happy one, and sometimes is Gray. And the reader can't wait to read when finally they will meet. But this point seems to never arrive. Paul goes on holiday alone, what a selfish bastard... but he is the only to blame? Because five years before was Gray that left without a look back...

This is the strnght of this novel, read the feelings of both this man and alternatevely understand the reason of one of the two, and think "oh yes, he is right!", but then read the reaction of the other and think "no, no, the right is him!", and then again. Because, you will learn, in a relationship it is not a matter of right or wrong, it is only a matter of love and forgive.

This is a wonderful romance, you can really feels the emotions fly between the two over the country, and it is real, because not all the feelings are good and not always the unsaid words are listening by the other like magic; and sometimes, when you say them, better when you write them, and send them, after few moments you want them back, but it is too late.
  elisa.rolle | May 13, 2007 |
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