This is not a book I would normally go for since I don’t really like reading about an asexual person. But this had so much hurt/comfort going on, that I still liked it.
This is written in first person present tense, but in this it worked. It made me feel quite connected to Mason.
It did have an overall depressed feeling. But I liked how Mason ended up with Dex and I liked that they did have sex. Mason explained it well.
“You’re not using me, Dex. I keep telling you, that’s not how I feel. I do get something out of letting you make love to me. I get the pleasure of your pleasure. I get the pleasure of knowing that I’m special to you.”