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Read & Download Moment of Silence Ü PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Þ Growing up Jason Stern led a charmed life complete with devoted sisters a father who was one of Brooklyn’s most respected rabbis and a mother who made the world's best babka He headed to NYU ready for anything—except falling for the wrong guy coming out and gIng anyone And he's about one ceremony away from becoming a Catholic priest Long hours of work turn to long nights of talking and laughter and Jason dares to hope this time he's falling for the right guy But uinn's got a past to deal with and major decisions to make about his future When uinn leaves for a silent retreat Jason knows the silence may change everythin. This can be read as a stand alone I haven't read the others in the series and I was not once confused when reading thisVery mehNothing really happensThe boys were sweet and I liked that this didn’t have a lot of relationship angst but I was also pretty bored I felt there was nothing standing in their way once they got together at 30% The rest was conversation movies and sex And some family drama that was resolved rather uicklyThere was the almost priest thing but I never once felt as if uinn was really going to go through with it so if that was the conflict it was a bad oneOverall I can't really find anything wrong with it It has great writing and the characters were sweet But I also can't find anything really good about it

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Friends who treat him like family and he's proudly running the largest LGBT teen shelter in Manhattan Life is good but he's still falling for the wrong men When charming sexy uinn Fitzpatrick begins work at the shelter Jason falls hard and fast uinn is tall blond funny damn near perfect Only if uinn’s gay even he doesn't seem to know it If he does he's not tell. 35 rounded to 3 stars My first book by Karen Stivali and I must say I have to read some of her other books I like her writing style and the dialogues made me chuckle a few times What the F did they put in your egg cream Mine's made with milk and syrup and sanity I think you got the crazy seltzerThe guy's so far in the closet he's probably organizing his neighbor's shoesUnfortunately this story didn't really work for me I'm not sure if it's because I had too high expectations or I just couldn't connect with the characters For me it was too predictable and when the MC's throw the L word too easily I'm all likeI bought it knowing it can be read as a stand alone I didn't feel for a moment that something was missing that I should have read the other books in the series before to get to know the characters betterJason is a rabbi's son But his father pushed him away because he couldn't accept his son being gay And his family respected his father's wish of cutting all contact It's been years since he last saw his beloved little sister and now she's asking for his help I couldn't forgive her as easily as Jason did because I cannot accept how all his family let him go without a word FOR YEARS We get a glimpse of his struggle all alone and I just can't forgive them as easily I mean we read a lot about him getting on the streets and then years later he just accepts their excuses No No thank you They should have worked much harder for his forgivenessuinn is a straight man who wants to take his vows as a priest But as he works with Jason he becomes attracted to him and from a beautiful and honest friendship they get to have something I think I would have enjoyed it way if we'd have had both the MC's POV My biggest problem would be the dropping of the L word far too soon And all that time uinn took to choose between Jason and the priesthood well it just added to the predictable I was mentioning beforeOverall it was a nice and light read with low angst so it's a sweet story for a Sunday afternoon snuggling in the blanket with a hot tea in hand You're not pathetic You're human Being human hurts sometimes Too often And you're a good person Good people tend to hurt as unfair as that seems

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Moment of SilenceGrowing up Jason Stern led a charmed life complete with devoted sisters a father who was one of Brooklyn’s most respected rabbis and a mother who made the world's best babka He headed to NYU ready for anything except falling for the wrong guy coming out and getting disowned by his once loving family In spite of that Jason managed to graduate with honors He's got. 35 StarsI liked this one but I didn't love it No real complaints It was low angst And had some good steam But it just didn't wow me I was never dying to pick it up and read it Rounding up because I didn't skim or anything but it definitely falls in to that 35 star category