kind words (and a real good heart)

In Books to Watch Out For, Richard Labonte says of SOMEONE LIKE YOU:

“… the setting – the Mall of the Universe – is so darned unique. Like all of Beck’s books – rather seamlessly assembled by a quartet of writers, quite marvellously so – this one is about a quirky circle of friends, gay and straight…[SLY has] a cocked-eyebrow take on the gay mainstream that is so very refreshing in genre fiction.”

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18 Responses to kind words (and a real good heart)

  1. That’s wonderful. I’m reading it right now, about half way through. Loving it.

    Derek just broke the cologne…

  2. Anonymous says:

    I second that!

    I am more than half way (the um, break-in) and I absolutely love it. Well done, guys!!!

  3. Anonymous says:

    It’s Greeeeaaaat!

    This book has been sitting on my shelf since the time it came out and I have not touched it. I’d look at it every now and then, but never picked it up. So, yesterday, I finally dove into SOMEONE LIKE YOU and have to say I am loving it so far. I also have I’M YOUR MAN that I haven’t read either, so that’s next. So I say YAY!

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