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If I Must by Amy Lane

If I Must

by Amy Lane

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3.5 stars.... the story was very nice, but the "accent" the Mexican character adopted was a bit annoying. Also, the misspelling of the Spanish words/slang was beyond annoying (one of my biggest pet peeves). ( )
  mearias | Sep 23, 2013 |
Nothing too deep, a quick read, but highly unrealistic. Maybe if the author had more pages the story would have been better. Ian is highly unlikely, he was hard to buy. He is so absent minded I don't know how he made it to 23 years old. Joel's accent was distracting. I liked the idea of the couple. ( )
  saturnnalia | Mar 2, 2011 |
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Joel very carefully taped the phone list on the refrigerator, and then his itinerary, and then the magnetic calendar with the dry-erase reminders, all in bold, black, square, print-block writing.
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From Dreamspinner Press:Joel Martinez, a practical and organized computer programmer, is roommates with Ian Cooper, a certified IQ-in-the- stratosphere mathematical genius who literally can't find his own underwear in the mess of his day-to-day life. When Joel uneasily leaves Ian for the holidays, he ends up telling stories to his sister and discovers he feels much more for Ian than he thought. So when Ian calls, distraught because the only other thing in his life that loves him (a half-feral cat named Manky Bastard) is going to have to be put down, Joel hurries back home hoping that opposites really do attract. 
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