The way he and Conny handle their language problems is very realistic and fun to read.
Ela@The Queer Bookish
Queer book blogger | twentysomething | employee at a German publishing house
It gets better when they move on to phone sessions at least.
While it’s a short story, it manages not only to give Diego and Ben character, the side characters have their own pasts,
The relationship to his father is heartbreaking and his interactions with his sister are just adorable.
It’s more of a summary than a description, I think.
This is really awkward… but I think like 90% of these books
There is not much loving across the pound. I was expecting a long-distance romance.
Thinking back, it could have been chapter 1 of a novel… I wouldn’t say no, if it ever gets written into one.
and it made me think. Beware of TMI (well, a little).
Bonus points for having a scene in which the reader sees Jed as a switch.