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GWM

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Harry Sussman is a perfectly nice guy in his early 30s. He's a successful architect who lives in western Massachusetts. He's intelligent. He's stable. He's reasonably good-looking. He just wants to meet a nice guy to marry. Now how hard can that be?

copyright 2011 by Richard Eisbrouch

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sojourn

   1 of 1 member found this review helpful 1 / 1 member

This story is one of the most realistic stories I have read that had a happy ending. On the surface, it reminded me of some of my craigslist encounters. It seemed to be a  mix up of  "Sweet Charity", "The Frog and the Princess" and "Broke back Mountain". Which is what every good gay romance should be, IMHO. It tugged at my heartstrings and made me chuckle.

It was easy to empathize with Harry. The supporting characters varied in depth and each was unique and very believable. Each chapter was an interesting standalone vignette. 

Each new chapter had me eager for possibilities and a little sad that "Mr. Right Now" couldn't be molded into "Mr. Right".

To say the ending surprised me is a definite understatement. That last chapter held more twists than a tilt-a-whirl, and I loved everyone of them.

Believe me, this story is much better written than this review.

Jim

 

 

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