hmmm.why is it called zero at the bone? anyway, the writing is beautiful. i enjoyed languishing in the metaphors and the moments...the irony of Ds transformation. one of the biggest turnarounds in a character ive seen. he even becomes out and out gay, in public, at work, shocking. D is really cool and complex. im sad the author fell into some health issues and never wrote the sequel.
the sex scenes could have been longer and more physical descriptions of their bodies, eyes, attraction.
the end of the book wants a sequel so bad and her little side stories want so badly to be part of something..but alas its fiction and we must accept it for what it is.
a really beautiful, hot, gay love story.