Is Yet

  • Title: Is Yet
  • Author: S.A. Payne
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 300
  • Format: ebook
  • Is Yet In the past year everything Epi s measured himself by or valued himself for has been stripped away He s been left with no choice but to start his life over and figure out who he is now It s questions
    In the past year everything Epi s measured himself by or valued himself for has been stripped away He s been left with no choice but to start his life over and figure out who he is now It s questions he doesn t even want to ask and answers he doesn t have the strength left to find.When hauled away for a weekend trip by his best friend in an effort to remind him life is sIn the past year everything Epi s measured himself by or valued himself for has been stripped away He s been left with no choice but to start his life over and figure out who he is now It s questions he doesn t even want to ask and answers he doesn t have the strength left to find.When hauled away for a weekend trip by his best friend in an effort to remind him life is still out there, Epi goes along with a sharp awareness of his third wheel status.Only as they stop in a very small Penn Dutch town to take in some local color, Epi finds a chance to start over in a place where no one knew who he was before Which means no one expects him to be that person today.What he finds in the small town will be greater than the answers of just who he s become.Word count 132,100

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      Published :2019-06-27T18:24:54+00:00

    About S.A. Payne


    1. So, ya wanted to know about me well, nothing to know I m from a quiet Penn Dutch area with my husband, a herd of dogs, and WAY too many cats.The husband and I work for ourselves, no money in it but better than 9 to 5 for some other idiots, and it leaves me time to write Which, I m told, is a very good thing.


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    1. It's such a pity that S.A. Payne has stopped writing, because while her incorrect use of synonyms does annoy me, she has a definite talent for crafting a story.Epi, a young gay man, who is left deeply scarred and physically restricted, after a horrific car crash, is struggling to come to terms with all he has lost - his physical freedom, as well as his lover who died in the same crash. He is on his first weekend trip away - after a year of hospitalization and therapy, with an old friend, Tori, w [...]

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    2. First,I would like to say that I love S.A.Payne's books.Snowflakes and Embers is one of my all time favourites. This one,howeverI give it two stars because of Epi. I love Epi. He is a realistic character. He act the way someone with his issues would, he feels real. His best friend feels real,his best friend's boyfriend feels real. He's an ass,but it doesn't seem forced.My issue was with Nick. I couldn't understand why he did what he did. I get that he didn't want to attach himself to Epi, but (v [...]

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    3. This is probably the most tender and sweet M/M that I've read, but it's done in such a way It just feels incredibly real? Touching?People are flawed, so they are represented that way. Etc. I don't know. I started with Snowflakes and Embers, then I thought, well, I'll see if I like anything else, because S&E was really good, but it's highly unlikely that everything is good like that. Now I am probably going to hole up for the next few days reading her collection and let hope that review I stu [...]

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    4. A great story about Epi, who is badly injured after a car accident caused by his deceased partner, and Nick, a taciturn Penn Dutchman who has issues with commitment. Epi makes a sudden and crazy decision to buy an old house in Pennsylvania. He becomes a default landlord to Nick who lives over the garage and is the nephew of the old couple who used to own the house. Epi struggles to manage his convalescence, his new home and his crush on Nick. Nick has his own wounds which are not so visible. Thi [...]

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    5. I love how S.A. Payne writes, and this book is no exception. I just wish someone would do a grammar check on her books - effect/affect, except/accept, bear/bare - I get so frustrated, I just want to fix it myself because as annoyed as I get - I know I'll be re-reading this book again someday.

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    6. I thought this was very well done in the beginning, but near the end, it just seemed to die down. I mean, (view spoiler)[Nick being sexually abused by his paedophilic Uncle Joe, felt really random to me (hide spoiler)].

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