Moving Day

Moving Day Mike Paloso has lost count of the number of times he s helped childhood friend Jay Charles move Jay s never had much of a home to call his own content to follow his boyfriends around but each break

  • Title: Moving Day
  • Author: Jaime Samms
  • ISBN: 9781935013747
  • Page: 394
  • Format: ebook
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    Mike Paloso has lost count of the number of times he s helped childhood friend Jay Charles move Jay s never had much of a home to call his own, content to follow his boyfriends around, but each break up means a new pad, until the next guy comes along This time, it s different There s been no break up, and no new pad Instead, there s one hell of a fixer upper, and not jMike Paloso has lost count of the number of times he s helped childhood friend Jay Charles move Jay s never had much of a home to call his own, content to follow his boyfriends around, but each break up means a new pad, until the next guy comes along This time, it s different There s been no break up, and no new pad Instead, there s one hell of a fixer upper, and not just the house Jay s inherited from his latest, late, beau This time, Mike has to find a way to repair Jay s broken dreams and mangled heart With every reno, there comes some demo, but Mike s not sure he s ready to dismantle his life to rebuild Jay s.

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    • Janna says:

      Moving Day is the first book I’ve ever read by this author and it was a great first read. It’s written in first person from Mike’s POV who’s helping his friend Jay move to a place he and his deceased lover bought. Gradually it becomes clear that Mike and Jay are in love with each other for ages now but never dared to take the step to tell the other guy so. There’s some heavy pull-and-push between them which makes this a very compelling and intense story about fear to commit and to show [...]

    • Karen says:

      This was a short, incredibly sweet and angst filled book and I have to say it surprised me with how much I enjoyed it. Mikey and Jay have moved around each other most of their lives and now Jay's making one last move and Mikey's helping him but if he's not careful it might be the last move he gets to make where Jay's concerned.This was a short, fast read, filled with well placed details, a solid supply of secondary characters and a plot that left me clutching my pearls with tissue in hand on one [...]

    • Elisa Rolle says:

      Apparently this was a "light" book, at least from the blurb if not from the cover (that it's quite "dark"), but after few pages I realized that it was not.It's a first point of view narration seeing through the eyes of Mike that for the umpteenth time is helping his friend Jay to move; there is even a creepy aspect on it, since Jay is used to move since a) he always chooses men who dump him b) if they don't dump him, they die. It's obvious that Jay chooses men that are not for him, and the reade [...]

    • Kathy says:

      There were so many hidden nuances in this story that it took me awhile to figure out whose romance the story was about or maybe it was just that I got so caught up in Mike's thoughts that I was as oblivious as he about his relationship with Jay. Can't believe that I didn't see it but it made the revelation all the more poignant and definitely powerful.I must say that Jaime's writing ~ all of it ~ is absolutely wonderful. It flows, but is filled with the most perfect of descriptions; it involves [...]

    • Ami says:

      I just realize that Ms. Samms like to put readers in "a middle" of someone's life and just throw little bits hints, here and there, for us to get the bigger picture. To see what is really happening. The same thing with this story. I get the fact that Mike and Jay have been best friends -- and that Jay has lost his partner and now moving to a house they planned to have. But it took a while to understand what had been going on between them, what stopped them from admitting that they loved one anot [...]

    • Sebastian Blade says:

      I loved this book.

    • Shaz says:

      3.5 stars in fact.

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