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Honest reviews of things that caught my fancy, or not.

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Play It Again, Charlie

Play It Again, Charlie - R. Cooper Tentative. The dance Charlie and Will embark on is shaky, they're both constantly attempting to figure out the other's intentions and nervous and scared of coming up short. Will is sweet, open and eager to find someone who "gets" him, let alone appreciates him.Charlie is struggling to find his equilibrium while balancing the load of his family obligations. Physically and mentally suffering he wants, but is unable to express his needs. Needs. Both Will and Charlie have them. Both are afraid to voice them. The tentative dance they engage in to resolve both needs wants is charming and breath-holding at times.