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Something in the Way He Needs: A Contemporary Gay Romance (Family Collection) by [C., Cardeno]
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About the Author

Cardeno C.—CC to friends—is a hopeless romantic who wants to add a lot of happiness and a few awwws into a reader’s day. Writing is a nice break from real life as a corporate type and volunteer work with gay rights organizations. Cardeno’s stories range from sweet to intense, contemporary to paranormal, long to short, but they always include strong relationships and walks into the happily-ever-after sunset.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 596 KB
  • Print Length: 220 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: The Romance Authors; 2 edition (14 Oct. 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B016OZFUEU
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars 16 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #75,632 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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3.5* There was elements of this story I really liked. I loved the character of Ash, but then I love hot alpha males when they get all jealous and possessive. The story here is about a blossoming relationship and although Ash is a Dom, there is virtually no BDSM content in this book. I thought the MCs were actually well suited and they were very sweet together. Things I found that didn't work or were just farcical, was that Daniel was almost this closet superhero (he was so amazing at so many different things all by age 33?), and as another reviewer pointed out that he was also so stunningly beautiful that he just had to hide himself under a mop of hair and oversized clothing for fear that men and women alike just couldn't resist him. I think the author could have omitted these characteristics of Daniel and the story would have been more believable.
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Asher is a bit sinister, I'm not sure if the author intended him to be though. When he first sees Daniel, he literally stalks him and manipulates the situation so they spend time together and so that he has to look after Daniel. Asher likes control and he jumps to conclusions too frequently assuming Daniel is cheating. He hates people noticing Daniel's good looks and Daniel is the one who suffers for it, it's not Daniel's fault. I was appalled by Asher's behaviour in the club later in the book and why Daniel goes to back to him I don't know. So, why 3 stars and not less? Because of Daniel, I really liked the outwardly geeky and clumsy boy who has exciting talents and secrets.
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i love this story up until the club scene which to me was horrible and made no sense as this was not really that type of relationship. Daniel was sweet and geeky and portrayed as a bottom and Asher though orginally a dom was learning love without pain was possible and was not dominating in that way so why Daniel acted like he had suddenly been trained as a sub and went along with it at the club and then went back to him really made no sense.
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This book really does not work. The author plays with a dom/sub relationship, only instead of pulling it off we end up with a seriously messed up controlling relationship, with several incidents of domestic abuse.
There is not enough plot to drive this book, instead moving from one incident of jealousy to another. The characters are transparent and unrealistic, Daniel is this perfect man, amazing at everything, and so beautiful he has to wear baggy clothes to stop everyone hitting on him (apparently even with their partners standing right by). Really?? Ash supposedly falls in love with him (I mean who could not not) but yet uses his love to excuse one of the coldest and most abusive scenes I've read.

I was really wanting to like this author, hoping to find another author who's works I can follow, so this book was a sad disappointment.
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Asher is a Dom, who is always looking for his next Sub needing that control in the relationship. Dragged to his best friend's stag do in Vegas, he's not actually enjoying the experience of going to strip clubs. These women are definitely not his type. After excusing himself from one of these outings he becomes intrigued by a man, who is an absolute klutz but there is just something about him that pulls Asher to him. There is a shyness and a naivety about Daniel that is endearing but he's not usually what Asher goes for. With Daniel refusing to put out unless he's in a relationship, Asher is forced to take a long look at what he wants but equally doesn't want to scare Daniel away with the lifestyle that he lives. For the first time ever Asher is taking the relationship step but in his unique commanding way.
Asher and Daniel are complete opposites. Daniel comes across as a bit flaky in the fact that he is forgetful, doesn't stay in one place or one job for long and doesn't really know what he wants from life. The reality is that he just hasn't found his place, hasn't felt needed before but equally has experienced a lot in his life that most people would dream of. In a way his baggy, old clothes and flaky demeanor are a mask that he wears but Asher sees through it.
Asher being new to the whole relationship thing, finds it difficult to be the Dom he is used to being and finds himself having to find a way that is acceptable to both of them. Equally the jealousy he feels when Daniel is around other men is something new to him too and he really does struggle to control this.
I really enjoyed the playful nature between Asher and Daniel; the shyness of Daniel is endearing and seeing Asher bring him out of himself is fun to read. There is a softness to Asher when Daniel's klutzy nature rears its head that makes him oh so loveable.
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C Cardeno can do no wrong - lovely dexterity in keeping it from drifting to the Dom/sub side which I avoid like the plague.Glad I kept reading after the first mention of that lifestyle or I would've missed out on a terrific book.Just lovely!
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Once again, I have not been disappointed in a book by Cardeno C. Asher is an obvious Dom but then he meets Daniel and slowly everything changes for him.

This is a m/m love story, I read the 2 reviews and I wasn't too sure about it because one l o bed it and one hated if! But if it romance you enjoy then you're love this book.
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