Max and Julie

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Rated 4.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Cedric was excited when Julie asked if he'd put up Aaron, her college-professor son, for the Christmas visit he was making. Meeting Aaron, Ced was sure it was love at first sight--again. Maybe it was, but it soon got a lot more complicated, until finally things started falling apart. In the end, he wasn't sure what to think, about a lot of things. More
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Price: Free! USD

Words: 41,350
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465934116
About Jon Rutherford

Jon has lived in the Midwest US, not in the fictional city that most of his stories take place in, but not far from there, for all his life, apart from quick sorties to Canada and Mexico and a somewhat longer one to France (Paris, Brittany, Normandy, Loire Valley). He has a degree in French from a university in the Midwest.

Interests, apart from writing, have included classical guitar, cycling (before something effectively destroyed his sense of balance), most of the arts, especially photography; and gay rights and human rights in general.

Likes the novella form -- which the popularity of e-reading is reportedly re-invigorating.

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Review by: Pamela Jenewein on May 19, 2012 :
I am not a reader of books where the character(s) illustrated are authors, but this one was unavoidable. My strong attraction to this story stems from its main characters being in their older years; age 40-something, 60-something and 80-something respectively. So at this point everyone knows the reason why I picked up this book – for free by the way – now the reason why I don’t regret it.

The sweet romantic premise was believable, even with its “love at first sight” theme. As the story unfolds that notion becomes clear and more genuine too. Cedric and Aaron are endearing, adorable and captivating. Their dialog simple but plainly inspiring romance to its fullest. Overall the story is a well written contemporary and fleshy to my way of liking. All the characters are appealing and realistic.
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