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All The Stars – TWiT Book Review

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Sometimes, the one you need was right before you all along.

Rider doesn’t have a lot of rules when it comes to guys, but there is one- he doesn’t date, not ever. He’s content with random hookups because dating means too much. That’s reserved for the one person he knows he can never have, his best friend, Cameron.

After watching his family fall apart, Cam longs for someone who will stick it out through thick and thin. He’s had a string of girlfriends that never seem to be the right one. The one person he can always count on is Rider.

One night out changes everything between them. When Rider tells Cam the secret he’s been hiding, Cam is left reeling. But will an accident end Cam’s chances to understand what it means for them?

Rating: 4.5
Good Book!
Great Plot
LGBTQIA Relevance

There’s something undeniably special about the transition from friends to lovers. It’s a feel-good way of bringing two characters together, it becomes even more adorable when one has been secretly in love for many years, while the other remains completely unaware. And in the case of Rider and Cam, there’s an interesting twist – Cam identifies as straight. Or does he?

Everyone around Rider and Cam seems to have always known they were meant for each other. From their closest friends to their families, it was as if they saw the future before it even happened. But, for Rider and Cam, being best friends from an early age was enough. They couldn’t imagine being any closer than they already were.

But as fate would have it, the dynamics of their friendship began to change, and they found themselves drawn to each other in a way they had never experienced before. The once innocent, platonic bond they shared was now tinged with a hint of something more.

One of the most beautiful aspects of their journey is the delicate balance they strike between exploring their newfound feelings and preserving the deep friendship they have always cherished. It’s a dance of emotions, filled with just the right amount of sexual tension and intimate moments.

Rider and Cam’s story allows us to witness the growth of their relationship, as they navigate uncharted territory together. They learn to communicate their desires, fears, and dreams, all while ensuring that their friendship remains the foundation of their love.

While the book is uplifting and heartwarming, it also offers a touch of angst to keep the audience engaged. The challenges and obstacles that Cam and Rider face add depth to their journey, making their triumphs even more satisfying.

“All the Stars,” expresses the power of love, friendship, and self-acceptance. It’s a story that celebrates the beauty of finding love in unexpected places and the joy of embracing one’s true self.

So, if you’re looking for a way to spend a stress-free weekend, grab a copy of “All the Stars” and prepare to be swept away by the captivating journey of Rider and Cam.

Duckie Mack ImageAbout The Author
Duckie Mack

She loves reading and writing stories that show that love isn’t defined by gender. She writes sweet romances with fun heat, and adorkable characters, and is a sucker for a HEA.

She lives in Southern California with her family, 2 dogs, and 3 cats, and loves to give out free hugs at pride events.

Duckie loves to interact with readers and is most active on Instagram @authorduckiemack

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