First reaction after finishing this book: Who is this Jane Davitt lady and why hadn't I heard of her before?Wild Raspberries is a simple but beautifully delivered story, with two surprisingly well-developped main characters. I liked the pace and the way Tyler and Dan bonded, I liked the way their relationship evolved, I liked how they were both strong and resilient and determined but at the same time flawed and fallible and messed up. They were a good match.And I liked the writing. It was above the average m/m story and made me curious about the author's other work.Something needs to be done about that horrible cover, though. It's ugly and it doesn't do the story justice.