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Great things are happening in this book, one thing I like is that they are keeping the spirit of Kyle alive and the story flows from the book before. In this book Raymond's career is still blossoming and he is now in a strong stable relationship with Trent his fraternity brother. Nicole is married to Jared and they have moved back to New York for her to continue with her career of acting. Some of the old characters are in this book such as Peaches and Basil who are now main characters, and there are a few new characters such as Yansie the young new understudy of Nicole's. Some characters are faced with decisions that will have them taking a hard look at their life and their past. Basil is one character that I like, his story is so crazy that it makes you emotional for him, but with the assistance of his therapist he is slowing making sense and figuring out how to deal with a horrible past experience that has damaged him internally and in the end he changes for the better and he finds love and family where he least expected it. When things start going down hill for Nicole, she is forced to also take a look at her life and make some decisions about her career and her marriage, as well as the people that she calls friends. Nicole is forced to evaluate not only her current situation and her future but also her past in the end her decisions make her feel better and she comes out of her depression a better woman. Raymond also goes through a little bit of the same thing with his career and love life, but he also faces issues that he has been running from since he decided to tell his parents of his alternative lifestyle, in the end he decides to stand up for himself, fight for what he love, have the tough conversations that he has been dreading having and start living his life for himself and not for others. I like this book it has a different twist from the other two books, but in the end it is still good and each character comes out learning and being better.
Every several years I get the urge to reread his books as I like them that much. This time I thought I use unused credits to listen. My only knock, I really didn't like the vocal tones as he shifted from character to character. I would have preferred he not shift tone.