Call on Me

Call on Me Salvatore Rizzo has been friends with Darshan Lyang since middle school and has been there for him through thick and thin From Darshan s coming out to being forced into a marriage with a woman he did

  • Title: Call on Me
  • Author: Catriana Sommers
  • ISBN: 9781920501617
  • Page: 173
  • Format: ebook
  • Salvatore Rizzo has been friends with Darshan Lyang since middle school and has been there for him through thick and thin From Darshan s coming out, to being forced into a marriage with a woman he didn t love, to the birth of his daughter Sarai Sal stayed by Dar s side through it all not just because they re best friends, but also because Sal is deeply in love with him.Salvatore Rizzo has been friends with Darshan Lyang since middle school and has been there for him through thick and thin From Darshan s coming out, to being forced into a marriage with a woman he didn t love, to the birth of his daughter Sarai Sal stayed by Dar s side through it all not just because they re best friends, but also because Sal is deeply in love with him All these years he s been too afraid of damaging what they have to go further, but this Father s Day, fate is finally intervening.When Jin Ae, Dar s ex wife, jumps back into his life to deliver some shattering news, he breaks down, leaving Sal to help pick up the pieces Little Sarai has her own plans to cheer up Dar, involving a special gift, and a certain Uncle whom she believes is the perfect man for her perfect daddy.

    One thought on “Call on Me”

    1. 2.5 starsI try to think of what don't really work for me and I have problems to explain *lol*. I think, one, I'm not such a big fan of drunken confession of love. Then, after Sal and Darshan both realize that their feeling towards one another are reciprocated, the romance is being shoved off in the background. I expect that there is something written about it, but it gets puts behind with another plots and it is only said that they have been together. So all I get is a friend congratulate Sal f [...]

    2. This book left me with a lot of unanswered questions. I can't even begin to explain where the story went wrong for me because it was disjointed. Usually I love stories where the men have children but this one just didn't do it for me.Oh, and the daughter was annoying. They kept buying her expensive Barbie things and she was kind of like a little extortionist.Eh.

    3. I hate saying bad things about a book as I always find something nice to keep me going. This Book was boring, boring, boringenough said.

    4. This book has one of my favorite plots: childhood/ highschool friends who like each other but too shy to tell the other person. It even has my other favorite aspect: a child in the relationship.Darshan is a single father who has to deal with many issues caused by his ex-wife, Jin Ae. He knew he was gay, but to appease his father, he agreed to marry. Only because Jin Ae was a complete jerk even toward their daughter, that Darshan decided to get divorce and won custody of Sarai. It doesn't prevent [...]

    5. I had a hard time coming up with the rating. I loved the story. The strong emotions and the coming together was between Dar and Sal was wonderful and sweet. I loved Saria she is such a bright and happy kid. What knocked the rating down for me was all the unfinished business. Will Dar's father rebuild his relationship with his son or will he work against him? Will the ex-wife sue for custody or will they come to an understanding now that she is clean and sober? Since there was no epilogue I reall [...]

    6. Weird word choices kept me from getting into the story, things like ""the other male"" rather than ""the other man."" Also, never really saw any reason to like Darshan, or why Sal would. And too many things were hinted at without being clarified, like what Sal does for a living; either leave it out entirely or give more detail but don't just drop cryptic hints.

    7. I usually love m/m romances with kids, but this one just didn't work for me. I didn't really connect with the characters and honestly, I think I was partially thrown off by the cover and what I later pictured the characters to look like based on descriptions in the book.

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