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The Scariest Valentine Sanitaria Springs

   (4 reviews)
Genres: Romance
Sub-genres: Contemporary Romance

Set in the Sanitaria Springs universe and featuring the perspective of Marshall as he comes to term with nearly a full year of dating his surprise boyfriend, the quirky Isaac. Knowing how his boyfriend's mind works - kind of - Marshall sets out to learn from the lessons of their Valentine's Day now that Halloween has rolled around. One thing has become clear to Marshall over the last year - this thing with Zac is real - but is it scary?

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  • Classic Author
  • 10/29/2023 (Updated: 10/29/2023)
  • 1 Chapters
  • 10,549 Words
  • 2,138 Views
  • 11 Comments
  • Teen
  • Complete

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  • Action Packed 0
  • Addictive/Pacing 1
  • Characters 4
  • Chills 0
  • Cliffhanger 0
  • Compelling 4
  • Feel-Good 4
  • Humor 3
  • Smoldering 1
  • Tearjerker 0
  • Unique 2
  • World Building 2

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weinerdog

   5 of 5 members found this review helpful 5 / 5 members

Nothing complicated about this one .Two very good characters Marshall and Zac with Zac being a little off the beaten path and their journey in getting to know each other told in the Dabeagle way and if you're a fan of this author what more can anybody ask for

  • Love 6
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EMichaelC2

   4 of 4 members found this review helpful 4 / 4 members

This piece needs to be read together with earlier stories where Zac made his appearances ('Comfy'). It explores the 'person' vs. 'sexuality' theme @Dabeagle has worked with in quite a few of his stories.

Zac is a frequent customer of the coffee shop where Marshall works. Neither Marshall nor Zac identify as gay. Marshall has only dated girls. Zac has been accused by his sister Kari of not willing to pick a team. But this does not stop them from feeling an odd attraction between them and working on it together. 

Zac is attracted to Marshall's 'comfy' style. Marshall is all curious about Zac's quirkiness. Marshall starts the journey with a kiss to clear the bare minimum required of a romantic relationship and decides he enjoyed kissing Zac. The refreshing thing about the two is that they are not putting any labels on the 'thing' between them. Instead they nurture it and develop their love organically. 

In additional to all the quirky humor that makes both protagonists easy to like, the story is also eminently relatable. In retrospect a few of my friendships (with both men and women) have probably gone into the 'more than friends' zone without any physical intimacy involved. And one thing that resonates deeply with me is how a certain curiosity about the person may morph into attraction, and that is totally okay. 

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raven1

   2 of 2 members found this review helpful 2 / 2 members

This is a quirky romance of two older teens that develops over time.  Neither of the youths label themselves as they grow closer. It is a great story about real feelings and attraction that develop into something more.  This well written story is a great addition to the Sanitaria Springs saga.

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ReaderPaul

  

I enjoyed this story very much.  Dabeagle in his stories encourages one to think as well as read.  It can be described as two persons gradually becoming closer because they have "clicked" as we used to say in the early 1970s when I was in college.

Well worth reading.  I cannot say as much as I would like, or there could be multiple spoilers.

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