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A male prostitute a mangy cat a murder and a maniacal mix up that threatens his career his impending marriage and his life Nothing is going as planned for Austin GlassAustin—seems to have it all At least on the surface A loving fiancee A future with the FBI and a healthy sized trust fund He also has a grin and a wisecrack for every situation But the smile he presents to everyone hides a painful past he’s buried too deeply to remember And his quips mask bitterness and insecurity Austin has himself and most of the whole world fooled Until he meets someone who immediately sees him better than he sees himselfAs events unfold and Austin’s world unravels he finds himself pushed into making quick life changing decisions But can he trust Peter or what’s happening between them when each meeting seems to be just a series of volatile reactions?


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    “I'm not gay” That wasn't what I meant to say“Congratulations Would you like a medal?” Bunny Slippers asked“I already have a medal For bravery not for being gay I think you made me gay”“I made you gay?” He set down the napkin he was holding “Is that better or worse than the person who made you stupid?” This book doesn't have enough pages There is one chapter here named Never ending story THAT'S what this book should have been I just wanted to read it and read it and read it didn't really care if that meant too many stories for the characters I'd read it if they'd suddenly decided to move on Mars and catch aliens The writing is simply brilliant And just for that this book deserves 5 stars The characters and the story fantastic Loved them both and loved the story every second of it I didn't want it to end well I said that already sorry “People aren't always who they seem Detective Am I anything like you thought?”“No” I admitted You're a million times better than I could have imagined And that was the problem Looking at Peter I realized that I was never going to get over him A distressing thought when I considered I might not ever have Peter The storyOne day while sitting at a diner Austin notices a pair of bunny slippers Then he notices the guy wearing them Then he notices his face his eyes his hair his body his lips and again his freaking bunny slippers And THEN he thinks he just might be gay But that's impossible right? You don't suddenly turn gay at age 26 at the sight of some bunny slippers and a freakishly gorgeous guy wearing them right? RIGHT? Hmm Well of course the logical explanation would be that he has a bunny slipper sexual fetish or that the guy is responsible for turning him gay all of the sudden That was the birth of an obsession well two actually one for the slippers one for the guy What didn't help with his messed up love life was having a fiance and working on a case that's directly involved with Mr Bunny Slippers' family and former lover “Besides for our date Saturday? I was thinking less cell block and movie house” I said brightlyHis lips twitched but he didn't say no I took that as ‘Oh you sexy devil Austin I want to do you right here but I'm super duper excited about our date so I'll wait’I was paraphrasing of course AustinI love that guy D He's so messed up He's working for the police but aiming for the FBI He's very intelligent doesn't do lying he says the first things that pop up to his mind and is very good at reading peopleAfter meeting Bunny Slippers he can't get him out of his head so he begins to question his sexuality That leads to some dark memories oh that was just terrible Jesse and all and him finally realising who he isHe has such a funny mind and I loved his inner monologue DThe scenes with Peter D excellent Even though most of the time he doesn't even know what to do with him they both send mixed signals they're both messed up and complicated and they both don't want to fall in love but of courseMy fav scene with him was when he was trying to wash Peter's hands and Peter kept trying to tell him he was clean Heart Broke Mine Totally I think he finally realised that Peter was than a whore and that he kept saying it just to put a distance between them Oh and another one when he kept telling Peter to ask him for money “Rabbit's the rock we cling to when we're drowning He needs a mountain to hold him up not another storm that'll wear away at him” Bunny SlippersPeterTaken from the streets and adopted by a former cop Peter is now the owner of the diner Austin keeps stalking For years now he's been taking care of Cai and Darryl the other two kids the cop adopted and they've had a tough life mostly Peter and Darryl working as prostitutes to get the meds for Cai who's bipolar He doesn't know what Austin wants with him and thinks that he like everyone else before him only sees his looks wants fim for nothing but sex So he propositions himself and Austin obsessed as he is accepts Won't say how it all ended P but let's just say it led to their first date Peter Even though he's so young 20 he's too mature for his age and I can believe it because of the life he had He is basically mature than Austin at least that's how I saw them They fit each other perfectly The impossible couple a cop and a prostitute I felt really bad for him but loved him all the for his devotion to Cai and Darryl he took care of them for a long time and would do anything to protect them even lie to the cops Austin regarding the case and a murder Cai could be involved inThis is Darryl's rant about Austin and Peter fighting XD one of my favorite quotes hahahah D “I love you No you don't I don't love you Yes you do Wah wah wah Some of us wanted to sleep” Here's Austin's rant after a fight with Peter XD And damn Peter too while I was at it And his fucking bunny slippers that made me interested enough to pay attention to him in the first place I was burning those fuzzy fuckers the moment I saw them again Well this book had it all Amazing writing humor excellent characters great story romance action angst hot sexy times and a beautiful happy ending What could I ask for? Oh wait I could ask More books Now I can't wait to read Cai's story