Backspace - an eRomance

Backspace an eRomance There s no one alive who has never wanted to take something they said back Nathan Fischer made a mistake when he was young rejecting his best friend BarkingMadd a friend made in the fantasy game The

  • Title: Backspace - an eRomance
  • Author: Jules Whimsy
  • ISBN: 9781476046396
  • Page: 150
  • Format: ebook
  • There s no one alive who has never wanted to take something they said back.Nathan Fischer made a mistake when he was young, rejecting his best friend BarkingMadd a friend made in the fantasy game The Land of Shallowsea when Barking came out as gay After graduating from college, Nathan renews his internet identity of BiteMe and goes in search of his lost friend andThere s no one alive who has never wanted to take something they said back.Nathan Fischer made a mistake when he was young, rejecting his best friend BarkingMadd a friend made in the fantasy game The Land of Shallowsea when Barking came out as gay After graduating from college, Nathan renews his internet identity of BiteMe and goes in search of his lost friend and makes an unexpected new one in game moderator, Hatter.32,500 words

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    1. 3.25 starsWhile the level of predictability is low -- you will get into the story, having clues (or at least guess) of the connection between BarkingMadd and Hatter (and in my case, I also guess who's the real Hatter is in real life) -- but the story itself is cute. The idea of finding love in the world of game (it's eromance, people!) is quite close to people who spends hours on the Internet, though might not be for playing MMOFPS (that is Massively Multiplayer Online First Person Shooter, for [...]

    2. 4.5 starsNathan (screen name: Bite) had a close friend that he met through online game. He only knew his friend by his screen name, Barking.Four years ago, Barking revealed that he was gay. This made Nathan freaked out. Not because he's homophobic, but because he tried to bury his own feeling of being gay himself. Being a confused teenager at the time, he felt angry at Barking for not telling him earlier. He avoided any contact with his friend and ignored any email Barking sent him. He went to c [...]

    3. 3.4*Cute story, Nathan aka BiteMe tries to find his gamer friend BarkingMad with whom he had a great friendship as a teenager but it ended on a sour note that has haunted Nathan's conscience.Instead of BarkingMad he finds Hatter and they strike up a friendship.It's a nice story and I enjoyed it ( you can breath again Vio dear! ;)) but it's a little heavy on gaming, but that was ok, I guess.The real life meet up is late in the book and the real life sex even later, which I actually thought was ni [...]

    4. Gamers Do It BetterWhen Nathan was a teenager he was one of those kids wrapped up in the world of online gaming. Namely a game titled The Land of Shallowsea. His screename was BitMe and his partner in crime was another boy called BarkingMadd. They were a legendary team in the game. Players created a catch phrase for the awesomeness that was Barking and Bite. And then one day, Nathan finds out that his best friend is gay and, because he's questioning his own sexuality, Nathan freaks and ends the [...]

    5. A online gaming romance and its cute. I had a blast and I am a complete novice with games. I like unusual and it certainly was that. Oh and when Nathan and Hatter meet up, its so good. I liked it.

    6. 4.5I agree with another reader that the gaming elements are quite heavy handed in this story.I've played games and I'm not talking about those children games, I'm talking about heavy hardcore games, and I love it, so that part of the story focus about games was quite enjoyable, for an old gal like me, it was a dream.These two charming characters online were divine. The game element, the romance, the sex scenes, everything was perfect.I had goosebumps when Nathan met Hatter for the first time in [...]

    7. Different But worth it. I got lost in he gaming world Trout I was in my teens again!Highly surprised at who Hatter ended up being.Loved the ending.

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