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What the community says about Mickey's Duke: The Wilgrin Chronicles
- "This book was funny, sweet, and interesting. The main protagonist, Mickey, is a likeable character who has endured hardships in his life. However, the romance between Mickey and the Duke seem too rushed as they got married as soon as they met. Mickey’s conflict with his stepson Carl was a little too much to believe and Mickey’s constant doubting his pregnancy got a bit repetitive. Hopefully the author’s second book in this series will have improved plot development."
- "Even though it is a gay romance book/series, Mickey's Duke is a great story for anyone to read. It talks about true love and the power that loyalty can have for a couple."
- "I didn't like this book at all. So poorly written, no context, no character development... There is just no story here. No meat at all to the characters. No reason to like them or care about them. No reason to want to read the story. Waste of money and an even worse waste of time."
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in What are the best books for gays"If you had an author who could write maybe this would be good, but really, how did this get published. It is like a 5th grader wrote a bunch of statements and bound them in a book. No storyline, no depth, horrible writing."