A solid romance about accepting and loving people as they are, and not the image you have of them. I like how much Zack seems to understand Angelo, and be willing to accept what he is able to give him. They both have their own issues, and I appreciate that there isn't some sort of magical happy ending. It seems more honest than the books where two characters meet, and are instantly in love, and everything just somehow works itself out. There is no healing penis, and the fears and insecurities both men have are going to continue to play a part. I look forward to seeing how their connection continues to develop over time.