Some Mistakes

Some Mistakes Craig is not good at commitment Relationships are to be avoided at all costs but when Damian and their evolving coffee order code fail to elicit anything serious than Damian s last name Craig begins

  • Title: Some Mistakes
  • Author: Matthew J. Metzger
  • ISBN: 9781771013185
  • Page: 205
  • Format: ebook
  • Craig is not good at commitment Relationships are to be avoided at all costs but when Damian and their evolving coffee order code fail to elicit anything serious than Damian s last name, Craig begins to think that this is not a mistake at all, but an opportunity for guilt free fun, without the prospect of breaking any hearts Craig cannot afford to be found out, butCraig is not good at commitment Relationships are to be avoided at all costs but when Damian and their evolving coffee order code fail to elicit anything serious than Damian s last name, Craig begins to think that this is not a mistake at all, but an opportunity for guilt free fun, without the prospect of breaking any hearts Craig cannot afford to be found out, but it looks like Damian isn t interested in asking the right questions.Then his mother dies The mistake that ruined Craig s life in the first place is dragged kicking and screaming out of the past and this casual arrangement with Damian begins to show its true colours.

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    About "Matthew J. Metzger"

    1. Matthew J. Metzger

      Matthew is an asexual, transgender author from the wet and windy British Isles He is currently lurking in the Bristol area, but has lived all over, and has a special fondness for Yorkshire.Matt writes LGBT novels, both adult and young adult, and particularly enjoys digging into the weird and wonderful diversity of people all across the sexuality and gender spectrums When not writing, Matt is usually asleep, or crunching numbers at his day job Free time is not really a concept here.He is also owned by an enormous black cat Approach with caution.

    902 thoughts on “Some Mistakes”

    1. 2 stars. DNF at 50 %. Review posted September 7, 2014I try to keep this brief. And, to be honest, I don't have much to say about Some Mistakes. I guess it was a mistake to read it in the first place.Some Mistakes is my sixth book by Matthew J. Metzger and my first DNF. While I truly loved Vivaldi in the Dark, it's safe to say that his other work didn't measure up to that book.These quotes stand out in a negative way for me:Craig to Damian:"Maybe even for the night, depending how I feel. And I'm [...]


    2. This books read a little weird to me. Like a narration?Little independent coffee shop Lucy’s is quiet. The business district is closing down for the evening, and the bell above the door jangles in the hush.“Vanilla latte,” the dark-haired man in the grey suit says briskly. Anyways, that was just the beginning but something about the style threw me and I couldn't enjoy it as much as I would have had it been differentif that even makes sense. I liked the story line but it was a little hard t [...]


    3. A Joyfully Jay review. 4.25 starsThis story opens in a unique way and immediately drew me in. It reads like the script of a play: Ten past six in the evening. Tuesday. Little independent coffee shop Lucy’s is quiet. The business district is closing down for the evening, and the bell above the door jangles in the hush. And so the story alternates at times with a narrative feel mixed in with being in Craig’s head. The style is descriptive with an edge at times with passages such as: Craig does [...]


    4. I really liked this once I got into it - at first I wasn't sure, as the style was a bit abrupt, but I think it was like that to reflect how wound up Craig was (at least that is how it seemed to me). Once I was a little bit further into the book, the tone mellowed and I became invested in the characters and was pleased with how it ended. (I always like it when books are set here in the UK, it is nice to be able to picture places, the way of life etc.)


    5. Craig was dating Damian, but had no idea. Throw in family drama and the reason why Craig avoids relationships and you, get the reason why he's the way he is. And snarky Damian, he was made for Craig. I enjoyed this ebook.


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