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Honesty and Artifice
S.H. Allan
S.H. Allan
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Inseparable - Chris Scully This has to be one of the sweetest, most romantic stories I have ever read. Although the theme of amnesia has been overused to death, this one was realistic--a temporary amnesia associated with a concussion that was not drawn out ridiculously long.

Adam's feelings were so lovely and true and he was a good man. Both were good men and I could see why they loved each other.

One thing I really liked that wasn't what I expected was that this wasn't GFY. Adam just had been closeted and scared to lose Joe.

The only thing that seemed odd to me was that in the beginning, when the nurse mistakenly calls Joe his boyfriend, Adam is mildly curious, not at all thinking, "I'm gay?" There's no mention of that at all. I think when you're in the hospital with serious injuries and you're told you're gay, you'd have to think a minute. Your brain certainly isn't going, "Hell yeah, I'm hot for men, right now!"

But this was probably on purpose. Seriously, I can't think of anything I didn't like about this story. Easily 5 stars.