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There Galapagos My Heart

Saturday, December 26, 2020

There Galapagos My Heart (2020) Philip William Stover (Love Beyond Boundaries)

There Galapagos My HeartMike Davis is perfectly content being an account manager. Of course he’d rather be an artist, but after his mother got sick he needed a job and it’s not a bad thing to be comfortable.

I can never go back to not knowing where money for the next meal was coming from. Still there must be a medium place where all of my decisions aren’t based on fear.

First, I’d like to note I read this all in one sitting.

Second, I have issues with Benton.

I get that he wanted Mike to have passion in his life. I get that he thought Mike could do better.

But I really hate that Benton dumped Mike over preferring security over passion.

He believed good things were always waiting to happen. I believe that you brace yourself for the worst at all times and wait in the cellar until the tornado passes while eating expired cans of fruit cocktail.

It wasn’t that Mike had stupid reasons for staying at his job. A secure job and benefits aren’t everything, but they also aren’t something to scoff at either.

It’s one thing to try to convince someone they could do better.

It’s something else entirely to make someone feel they aren’t good enough because of what they do.

And this is another case of my opinion changing as I wrote a review and thought more about the story. Because the more I think about it, the less happy I am for how Benton seemingly couldn’t accept Mike.

Publisher : Iron Bridge Creative
Rating: 6/10

Categories: LGBT, Novella, Romance, Sexual Content     Comments (0)    



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