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"Delicate. That was the word that described Ethan. I had to hold him so carefully sometimes. There was always the constant fear that I might rip him to pieces without even realizing it. The day his dad had died, there was nothing I could do, but watch him crumble. Of all the things I'd destroyed in my life, I'd never once figured how to put anything back together. I didn' "Delicate. That was the word that described Ethan. I had to hold him so carefully sometimes. There was always the constant fear that I might rip him to pieces without even realizing it. The day his dad had died, there was nothing I could do, but watch him crumble. Of all the things I'd destroyed in my life, I'd never once figured how to put anything back together. I didn't know how to help him. I'd never felt so powerless." This is a 10,000 word novelette based on the characters from Everything Between Us by Stephen Hoppa. It takes place during the years between the final scene and the epilogue. These scenes were originally stripped from the main book for reasons stated in the preface, however, for the readers who wanted more insight into how Ethan and Nate "figured it out" — this is for you.


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"Delicate. That was the word that described Ethan. I had to hold him so carefully sometimes. There was always the constant fear that I might rip him to pieces without even realizing it. The day his dad had died, there was nothing I could do, but watch him crumble. Of all the things I'd destroyed in my life, I'd never once figured how to put anything back together. I didn' "Delicate. That was the word that described Ethan. I had to hold him so carefully sometimes. There was always the constant fear that I might rip him to pieces without even realizing it. The day his dad had died, there was nothing I could do, but watch him crumble. Of all the things I'd destroyed in my life, I'd never once figured how to put anything back together. I didn't know how to help him. I'd never felt so powerless." This is a 10,000 word novelette based on the characters from Everything Between Us by Stephen Hoppa. It takes place during the years between the final scene and the epilogue. These scenes were originally stripped from the main book for reasons stated in the preface, however, for the readers who wanted more insight into how Ethan and Nate "figured it out" — this is for you.

30 review for What We Built With All These Pieces Of Ourselves

  1. 4 out of 5

    joani

    Still hooked... As long as the Author always stay true to his characters, I will always love these sneak peeks into Nate and Ethan's relationship. I am also glad the issue of Ethans Dad came up. I was wondering what came of his unanswered calls to Ethan. I also love the relationship between Ethan and Nate's Dad. He really appreciates Ethan and how he has grounded Nate and made him a better man. Now I can't wait for him to realize that his true calling and interest lies in psychology. Still hooked... As long as the Author always stay true to his characters, I will always love these sneak peeks into Nate and Ethan's relationship. I am also glad the issue of Ethans Dad came up. I was wondering what came of his unanswered calls to Ethan. I also love the relationship between Ethan and Nate's Dad. He really appreciates Ethan and how he has grounded Nate and made him a better man. Now I can't wait for him to realize that his true calling and interest lies in psychology.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Kendra T

    The author was absolutely right in his disclaimer at the beginning of the book. Some people didn't love the books so much because it felt like it ended just when it was about to truly explain the characters and show their true path together. I was one of those people. The disclaimer stated that this (and some later parts that will hopefully be coming) were some deleted scenes but they weren't sunshine and rainbows and will show the reality of their relationship. This made me very nervous. What w The author was absolutely right in his disclaimer at the beginning of the book. Some people didn't love the books so much because it felt like it ended just when it was about to truly explain the characters and show their true path together. I was one of those people. The disclaimer stated that this (and some later parts that will hopefully be coming) were some deleted scenes but they weren't sunshine and rainbows and will show the reality of their relationship. This made me very nervous. What was highlighted, however, was absolutely wonderful. It showed them struggling to get to a comfortable and happy place. It showed them learning about the other. It did show real struggles, but it also showed absolute love between them. This deleted part was wonderful and I loved it.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Patricia Hoffstaetter

    This is a very interesting yet unusual book to read but I enjoyed read this short story. The story covers the journey and growing relationship of two gay men, Nathan and Ethan. What you will find in this story, drama, death of a father, feeling helpless to help, emotions, failing exams, puppies, a therapist, Nathan's father, visiting, starting a non-profit, wants Ethan to run it, lust, desires, emotional feelings and erotic scenes. Although this is a quick read, it is well written and the charac This is a very interesting yet unusual book to read but I enjoyed read this short story. The story covers the journey and growing relationship of two gay men, Nathan and Ethan. What you will find in this story, drama, death of a father, feeling helpless to help, emotions, failing exams, puppies, a therapist, Nathan's father, visiting, starting a non-profit, wants Ethan to run it, lust, desires, emotional feelings and erotic scenes. Although this is a quick read, it is well written and the characters have emotions according to the situation they are in. I would recommend this book.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Elizabeth

    A particularly delicious brand of crazy.

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    Amanda Raulerson

  7. 5 out of 5

    Ready to Read

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    Melinda Hall

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    Amy Carranza

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    Kirsty Nash

  29. 5 out of 5

    Patricia

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