I liked this approach, maybe I'm wrong, but this is what I consider bisexuality: being bisexual doesn't mean you have to be with both sexes at the same time, but that, you could fall in love with either; once you fall in love, you can be exclusive with your partner cause you love them, and not cause you choose one sex over the other.
I like basically all the characters, supporting and main, with the obvious exception of the villain. If I have to pick one favorite, it's little Mason: not sure, but I think Brandon Witt may have a nice story about Mason when he will grew up, or at least I hope so.
Nice, comfortable story, good feelings and overall warm environment, with just the touch of hardness to make it realistic.
Paperback: 350 pages
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press (September 29, 2014)
Amazon: Then the Stars Fall
Amazon Kindle: Then the Stars Fall
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