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Gom Marsh is all grown up but he looks years younger than he is. A police officer he works undercover as a high school student to help fight the extreme bullying cases that school staffs can't solve. The work is heartbreaking and wearing but lucky for Gom there's a new man in his life. Casey Tanner though doesn't like to be touched. That could be a problem. Gom's still at Scarcity Sanctuary to keep up his cover so Soldier and Dillon are always there to help. Can Casey redeem himself after a bad first impression? Hopefully so Gom needs him.

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For Gom's Sake
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4.7 / 5
I recommend this book.
April 6th, 2015
I must state that this is MY review and my impressions - others might differ from me. I loved this book. This is one of the few gay M2M books that I felt gave perspective over the broad field of being gay, being bullied, being loved and being fucked for the first time. The writer is using family support, relationships and sex as part of the overall story-line with empathy. She doesn't use sex scenes as the core focal point of the book with the story written to suite the sex scenes - something I personally found is too much in evidence with most M2M adult stories. The various situations where bullying, death threads and suicide are present, are well presented. The writer writes in an easy readable style, with a story to tell and for the reader to think about.
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For Gom's Sake
May 26th, 2013
A great read. An emotionally difficult read at times. It is terrifying that there is so much hateful bullying still going on, and so many times under our very noses. I wish there was more we, as adults, could do to support the victims and prevent this occurring in our schools and in society.
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