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[...] I just thought we were on the same path, were thinking along the same lines, and eventually things would sort of, I don’ta bit pathetic. In an ideal world, Jack wouldn’t now be engaged to a woman. Told in diary form, this is both the story of a love triangle in London and the chronicle of a man’s struggles to confront his self-image and overcome his insecurity.a bit pathetic.Finally (view spoiler)[ Leo is ashamed that Alex is "only" a physical trainer and apologizes over and over to his parents: I blurted, “It doesn’t matter, Mum. And of course, Leo triples down: "I wanted him to come to Paris with me. I made a real effort to make it affordable for him, so that we could get the hell out of London even for a few days. I didn't even care if there was a plot -- which was probably fortunate, because if I try to look at this story objectively that's probably where it's weakest.It’s just something he does for now.” AND “He won’t be doing this forever,” I said, irritated now with both Alex and my parents. He’s qualified to do much more than just help people lift weights.” AND “It’s just a thing he’s doing for now. Leave it.” This despite Leo's parents not making a big deal out of Alex's career. ” AND “It’s just not something I thought you wanted to do forever. It’s a job for a twenty-something while he’s supplementing his student loan, not a thing a grown man should be doing for a career. He said he couldn’t, since he had clients lined up through the dates I’d planned, and he couldn’t let them down. But Leo's sense of humor kept me engaged as he documented, in diary form, his evolving relationships with his unattainable long-time crush and with the personable new neighbor across the hall.
Young teens having sex is normative all over the world, whether premarital sex or arranged marriages.
The story wobbled at about 90%, which is probably where it should have ended. I liked the MC and the people around him, they're distinctive and acted realistically. Or will he succumb to his enemies: self-doubt, family expectations, and pride?
The pace of the romance was right for me, and I didn't begrudge the relationship drama in the last few chapters. Told in diary form, this is both the story of a love triangle in London and the chronicle of a man’s struggles to confront his self-image and overcome his insecurity. Although I am not typically a fan of diary style writing, I found this story very entertaining and very engaging.
In an ideal world, after years of flirtation, Leo would be cosily settled down with Jack, his long-time crush. Or will he succumb to his enemies: self-doubt, family expectations, and pride?
While Jack’s engagement unravels, and Leo’s friendship with Alex deepens, will Leo manage to find happiness with the right man?