The SuitorsThe Suitors by Ben Ehrenreich
My rating: 5/5 cats
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not your mother’s love story. unless she is the most disturbed mother on the block…

i can do better than that. this book is marvelous. i can see a lot of people didn’t like it very much here on, and that’s a shame because i feel so strongly for this book. it (the book) keeps saying it is not a love story, but i think it is, to steal from that famous lolita review, “the only convincing love story of our time”… true, it opens with a scene of such unbelievable carnage that it is clear it ain’t no english patient, but as it grows and twists and shudders along, it becomes unlovlily lovely; a shattered, mutant love story. it has flaws, but like any good true-life love story, the way you feel overall about someone, you love their flaws as much as the early morning kisses or watching-the-sunset moments. this book and i are like a john hughes movie, and none of the bad reviews shall keep us apart! but we have a totally open relationship, so i won’t be mad if any of you take a turn with it….

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