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Moving In Rhythm is an m/m romance, but I might almost classify it as a novel. Not that the love story or love scenes are disappointing, but the story is largely about the personal emotional journey of one person, Mark, as he struggles with debilitating social anxiety and with coming out.
Mark has never been able to have a relationship or even tell his closest family members that he’s gay; a female friend has been his unwitting beard for years. (His guilt over her is yet another thing for Mark to feel bad about.) As the book opens, Mark is having one more meaningless encounter with an uncaring stranger, which is such a joyless, soul-killing experience, he decides he’s better off being celibate. (more…)