Yet another almost impeccable offering from Coaster2. If I was going to be picky, I'd have to say that the main protagonist is just too good to be true, and it gives the whole story a touch of saccharine sweetness that some may find hard to take.
As always though, Coaster2 manages to make that sweetness endearing rather than sickening, giving the story the polish that he normally provides. Not a tale to light any fires, but a good, solid read all the same.
Technically it's up to the usual standards, though for some reason there's a section where every paragraph is followed by a horizontal rule, disconcerting to say the least, especially as it's in a section of narrative.
Not a sparkling story, but a good solid read. I recommend it!