Lonely As God reviewed by The Jeep Diva

“As a lover of M/M, I admired the way Lonely as God referred to not only the loneliness of a man on a drive but also the loneliness God must feel as he watched over earth’s creatures. In that lonesomeness, Dale Chase created solitude and union of Tom and Jack as they were both like-minded men and not simply after sexual release. Lonely as God implied that men could understand their desires and feelings sans the word homosexuality, and depth of character was more important.” —- Evelise from The Jeep Diva.

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