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His close relationship with her Jay Northcote Buy link: Mark meets Jamie when Mark moves out of the house he shares with his long-time girlfriend to his own flat.
He met Jamie on moving day and knew for sure he was gay as he wanted to lick him all over. Jamie's family was wonderful and completely accepting no homophobia in this book ; I loved his mum, and his teenage sister was hilarious.
His relationship with Rachel is over, and he's moving out of the home they've shared for six years. They are bloody idiots about it, because it's so obvious to everyone else that they're mad for each other. They took the actual sex slowly although they had oral sex and fooled around.
Jamie Robertson, one of the removal men, is huge and ridiculously gorgeous, and Mark is smitten at first sight.
The Dating Game by Jay Northcote
Overall, this was lovely and well written; bonus points for the English setting with football, Britishisms, pubs, and tea. But it sparks the start of a beautiful friendship with benefits.
However, Mark was bothered by his emerging feelings for Jamie which went way beyond friendship, and he was concerned that if Jamie found out, their casual affair might be over.
He was relatively inexperienced at 29 as his only other sexual partner had been one girl when he was
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