I'd read this years ago, when I first started reading m/m, but all I remembered was that I loved it. So it was almost like reading it for the first time. It's short, but wow does it pack a punch! (Literally, in one case ;). Like Amy Lane's books, it focuses a lot on family-of-choice over family-of-birth. And on making hard choices in ways you can live with. I think Ollie was my favorite character, I'd love to read his story at some point.