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    At sixteen, Merlin had been gangly and awkward and nothing but the cook's son to his crush: carefree playboy Gwaine Debois. When he returned to England after a couple of years away, he was delighted and surprised to catch Gwaine's interest. But the course of true love never did run smooth and Arthur, Gwaine's business-focused cousin had an agenda of his own and Merlin was standing in his way.

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    Checked ^-^ 20.05.2014
    The beginning, though mostly the part, when Merlin was in Rome, is not my favourite. I really didn't care about Franco...
    The moment Merlin was back in England, I became very invested in the story and was even surprised, that I enjoyed this to that extent. Which means: a lot. Arthur and Merlin were great together :)
    Then we have a BIG REVELATION... Let's be honest, I was mad. Or, at least, highly irritated. Arthur's behaviour seemed to be irrational and I still have mixed feelings about it.
    As the whole thing, rather good, albeit unequal.

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