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It was the perfect mix of both. I freaking loved it. Every single page. I can't imagine this not making my favorites of the year. And I think this is what it's about, two people who care about each other, making each other feel nice in a way that only caring people can. View all 6 comments. Jan 24, Tink Magoo is bad at reviews rated it really liked it Shelves: cum-with-me-now , all-about-the-sausage , young-adult , re-reads , zzz-cover-blue , hose-me-down , funny , loved-it , , foot-long-dong. Not gay I loved both Jeremy and Christopher, I can see people getting annoyed with the denial aspect and cliched gay fairy jokes, but it's part of the confusion these two are suffering.
There was even a scene where one of them had come all over his face, his dick hanging out and was crying, that made me tear up. That sense of complete confusion came across really well in this book.
There is a lot of sexual activity in this book and a lot of silliness, but underneath all that you have a really strong message - "And I think, this is what it's about, two people who care about each other, making each other feel nice in a way only caring people can. And I'd say this or Adulting are great books if you're uncertain about trying the MM genre because they have a more lighthearted feel to them. View all 9 comments.
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Jun 30, Shile rated it it was ok Shelves: young-adult-new-adult , , mm , mm-highschool-college. The rest lets just say it bothered me a little I guess it was supposed to be viewed as humor or sarcasm but something didn't just click. I was a bit offended View all 4 comments. Jul 10, Teal rated it did not like it Shelves: fiction , reviewed , dnf , ebook , lgbtqi , m-m , own , get-thee-to-an-editor , forgettable , dnf-in There were already dozens!
And of course there were plenty of other grievous abuses of the English language along the way. Author, you need an editor. You need an editor even more than you need a new cover. And that's saying something. View all 12 comments. Feb 26, Steelwhisper rated it did not like it Shelves: 1-bad , iq-lower-than-age , everybody-loves-it-except-me , has-preachy-agenda , not-for-me , horrid-hero , panders-to-stereotypes , dnf , m-m , angst. Utterly unreadable, juvenile drivel written in an atrocious present tense.
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Now I need brain bleach. Someone give me men instead of children barely older than toddlers To me this story wasn't romantic, it was way more than that. It was a coming of age story with a whole new meaning. Add in figuring out your sexuality and your relationship with your best friend and you have this story. How do you stay friends and become lovers at the same time? How does that dynamic work out? Can it work out?
At sometimes it was hard to read their dynamic, but it was very real. I loved Jeremy for how brave he was at some points.
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How he did what he wanted without making Christopher too uncomfortable. He pushed his boundaries and that's what a best friend who compliments your personality would do. Christopher was so scared of his feelings and so conflicted that you really sympathize with him.
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Change is hard, and falling in love with someone unexpected can sometimes mess with your head. I consider that they were friends before lovers and get over it. I still feel like it's never the answer, but It had a bit of camp to it, and I really enjoy authors who can poke fun at what they are writing even when it's a serious topic.
I love that everything wasn't peaches and cream, there was some spoiled milk in places and it kept it feeling real and not so easy. The ending is good, not all the way what I expected, but I think I like it even better because of it. I feel like the ending felt true to Jeremy and Christopher. All in all this was a great read. While the naughty bits didn't get me hot and bothered, they were still hot and very emotional. The story is fun, and pulls at the heart strings because this is what falling for someone feels like. I really enjoyed it and I never read it!
View 2 comments. At least one a month. I was excited for this new romantic comedy because hey, teenage boys are fun! What I got was this. The book was fun. There was A LOT of hot gay sex.
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A lot. Jeremy and Christopher realize they've got an attraction towards each other. They've been best friends since they were ten. The thing is, they're straight boys. Why would they like each other? Ninety percent of Crossing Swords is Christopher denying that he's gay. Like even at the end Ummm. Like even at the end of the book, he's still not gay. You love your best friend, he loves you. You're in a gay relationship. You may not find other guys attractive, and at this point, girls aren't a turn on.
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There's absolutely nothing wrong with that. You know what is wrong? The blatant use of the word "fag" and "faggot" in this book. It's derogatory. It's negative and it's definitely not going to help your characters come to jesus and figure out who they are. Chris's mom says "my son is a faggot" and hates the fact that he and Jeremy are in a relationship then all of a sudden she's gay pride mom of the year. It just didn't add up. I wanted to like Crossing Swords, I really did. Unfortunately, I found myself rolling my eyes more than laughing. View 1 comment. Jan 17, Sunny rated it it was amazing.
Super fucking cute coming of age story about two "straight" boys who discover they like peen. Each other's peen, specifically. I've seen this book get some harsh reviews on the use of the f word, but what I don't think people understand is that these boys are in denial.