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Save a Horse, Ride a CowBOY: Tell Me What You See by Whitlock-Masen

Sometimes Jasper would rather ride a boy than his faithful steed...

This week’s story is the lovely Tell Me What You See by Whitlock-Masen.

In this story, Edward and Jasper are in a good relationship, but Edward constantly feels unworthy. He is a self-professed geek who loves Dungeons and Dragons, World of Warcraft and just recently returned from participating in BlizzCon as a panelist.

Meeting Jasper one evening for a date, all of Edward’s insecurities bubble to the surface. As he walks into the restaurant, he sees Jasper talking to a handsome man. They look to be having a good time together and Edward can’t help but compare himself to the mystery man who has captured Jasper’s attention. He knows he’ll never be outgoing and charming like Jasper and his friend, so he feels it’s only a matter of time before Jasper leaves.

Edward quickly leaves the restaurant, making up an excuse when Jasper calls to ask what happened. A while later, Jasper shows up at Edward’s door and makes it his mission to show the man he loves just how beautiful and special he truly is.

*swoon* I love this story. Your heart will break reading how little Edward thinks of himself, but it will also swell seeing all of the wonderful ways Jasper convinces him that he’s everything he could ever want and more.

You can’t go wrong when it comes to Whitlock-Masen stories (see the Save a Horse… review for Eye Candy). They portray their characters’ feelings so well that you, the reader, actually feel them yourself. You will want to wrap your arms around both Jasper and Edward by the end of this story because they are just so lovable and wonderful!

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