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Where He Ends & I Begin: A Friends to Lovers Contemporary Gay Romance (Home Book 6) by [C., Cardeno]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1474 KB
  • Print Length: 250 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: The Romance Authors; 2 edition (7 Feb. 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00TCY2VMK
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 6 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #107,010 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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It is clear that the author's biography tells the truth when it says Cardeno be an hopeless romantic.

The plot of this novel is hardly believable in its twists and the main characters are so desperately selfless, caring, loving, without a single drop of selfishness that they are too good to be true. While reading I wished I was the one having Jake in my arms not only because he is described as impossibly gorgeous but because he would take care of me till the end of my days without being bossy and always respecting my personality and indipendence... Quite hard to believe, that, is it not?

I am not implying Cardeno cannot write, quite the contrary. To push me through to the last page of the novel despite the reservations I had about the credibility of the plot and of the characters it took a lot of emotional tension and that was there: the characters may be over the top but it was easy to care for them.

Whatever actual events there are are few and understated. The death of Jake's parents, supposedly the most dramatic episode in the whole story, is told simply and is so much more effective exactly because it is dealt that way. The characters' journey is mainly an emotional one.

It is also interesting how the author chooses to tell his story:
on one plane is the present, covering less than a year, from Nate and Jake realisation they love each other to their homecoming; on the other there is the past, beginning from before the two of them were born to a few months before their falling in love.
It is always very well done and no confusion arises.
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Independent reviewer for Archaeolibrarian I Dig Good Books.

Jake and Nathaniel have been best friends since the day they were born, quite literally. Indeed, their earliest memories, BOTH of them, is their 3rd birthday party looking over their cake. Indentical memories. When Nate loses his temper and tells Jake what he wants, they take their relationship to the next level, to the next stratosphere! It seems they are much more alike than they each thought!

I loved that, right from the start, they were in a relationship. There are flash backs and memories that is the build up to that very first scene, you sort of get it backwards. I enjoyed that, watching them grow, make decisions that affect them both, or the other, but not actually telling them about it. Awesome writing there, CC. I love that they both throw themselves utterly, completely, and totally into their new life together.

It is in the first person from both Jake and Nate's POV, but I didn't mind it here, its not why I knocked the star off. I knocked it off for one reason and one alone: in some places, we get the same scene from both men. Not just the general gist of it, but entire conversations. It got a bit annoying reading the same thing twice.

Other than that, another fine instalment of the Home Series. This is book three, but its the last one I'm reading. They can be read in order, but equally, out of order, as I did. Characters from previous and future books pop up in books, and its fun catching up with them before AND after their own books.

4 stars.

I was given the opportunity to review this book in AUDIO, and I was gifted my audio copy of this book. Alexander Collins narrates.

I like Collins' reading voice, I do.
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I absolutely love those stories where lifelong friendship turns into a committed relationship; where both parties finally act on their feelings for each other and realise that the other feels the same way as they do. It somehow feels more romantic. Jake and Nate's story epitomises this romance.

A trip away from their day to day life brings down their defences and finally they act on their feelings. Whilst Nate has always been openly gay, Jake has had his fair share of relationships with women knowing that any man other than Nate would never be enough. These two make complete sense as a couple as they understand each other and are completely aware of each other and how they are feeling. It has just taken them a long time to get to this place.

Nate, though, is scared of pushing Jake into a relationship for fear of pushing him away. But Jake wants a relationship and is so crazy in love with Nate it is unbelievable.

Whilst I enjoyed their story, it did at times feel rushed as the story was told from both POVs. This switch where the same part of the story was told from the other's POV didn't always flow nicely. The dips into the past sometimes felt clunky as well. That being said, Jake and Nate together are a perfect couple where romance and love comes naturally to them both.
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