Dealing With the Past - Toni Griffin Another nice breezy read, would have liked it to be a bit longer (wasn't even 100 pgs). But it was really nice to read a book where not all of the characters weren't "OMG!!! SO OOOOOBERLY BEAUTIFUL!!!" Sorry that gets a little tiring after awhile, I really liked that Aiden saw himself as just this average looking guy nothing special and yet to Justin he was the most incredible man he'd ever met, but that's just me. I've always believed that when you find that special someone it's not about finding someone who's perfect, it's finding someone who's perfect for you and I think this is what Ms Griffin was showing us or maybe that's just something that I took away from the story. At the end of it all it was a very enjoyable and cute second installment to this series.