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Diva and the Frat Boy [Men of Holsum College 2](Siren Publishing Classic ManLove) Kindle Edition

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Born into the psychedelic wonder that was the 70s, Daisy Harris has had an interesting life so far. She's been to Catholic school and Ramones concerts; danced to MC Hammer and Lady Gaga; and been a hair's breadth from shipwreck twice. (Three times, if you count sea kayaks!)

As far as Daisy's concerned, the best things in life happen by accident. Though she's gotten better at planning over the years, she still writes, lives and plays by the seat of her pants. Her books are a happy mix of romantic comedies and coming of age stories, more often than not, inspired by the great films of the 1980s.

Daisy lives in Seattle in a house full of dogs and children. When she's not writing gay romance, she can be found experimenting with new ways to cook kale. Every once in a while, she goes out to pay homage to the party gods of her youth--and maybe to find a little trouble.

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Another wonderful little story involving college students from Daisy Harris. I very much enjoyed the first book in this series and was definitely looking forward to the second. And I cannot say I was disappointed. It's fun, quirky, and well-written.

Why 3 stars, then? There was something about the way Greg kept information from Nathaniel so that he wouldn't mess up their relationship that really struck me in a not-so-positive way. And the fact that he didn't stand up for Nathaniel to his fraternity brothers rubbed me the wrong way, too. And while I know it happens, it just seemed to glorify that treatment a bit and I'm not really a fan.
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By Beck on January 18, 2014
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This story didn't feel as complete as its predecessor ... Greg and Nathaniel had a complex dynamic going on that was only shallowly developed with a lot of the underlying issues being alluded to rather than being addressed in the story ... I liked Nathaniel and I wanted his courage to be appreciated more by Greg and those around him ... it distresses me when individuality is judged and criticised rather than being cherished and applauded ... I kinda felt that Greg didn't deserve Nathaniel and wanted to see him grovel for forgiveness a bit more ... although this book isn't, in my opinion, as good as the first in the series, it is still a nice fluffy read with smexy, steamy smex.
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"Nathaniel wasn't just gay, he was a raging, bright pride parade with a rainbow-colored cherry on top."

This is the story of the very flamboyant Nathaniel. Usually I am not so much into the flaming characters "Oh come on, Nathaniel would be the first to admit he's flaming!" but there was something really endearing about Nathaniel.

Nathaniel and Greg made a nice couple, and although I didn't really like their first get sexual encounter, I did want them to end up together. This doesn't happen easily though as Greg needs to battle his worry that Nathaniel is too 'obvious' (his frat mates judge him poorly) plus is worried about starting a relationship as he is president of the fraternity that Nathaniel wants to join. And Nathaniel tries to keep a distance from Greg, fearful that "Any time they spent together might give Greg a chance to get uncomfortable and act like an . Nathaniel liked to think that Greg was too nice for that, but he knew all too well how even nice guys could be ."

Gosh it's hard to quote when the review policy won't allow some words! :)
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We met Nathaniel in book #1, College Boys, and I really loved the glimpses that we saw of the real him in that book. Nat is flamboyant and knows it....a lot of the time, he embraces that. On the opposite side of him is Greg. He's sedate and serious, plans to be a lawyer, and doesn't really understand guys like Nat, although he absolutely is gay too. He's just never understood why someone would choose to behave that way, not really realizing that it's not always a choice.

These two are irresistibly drawn to each other although neither one really understands the other or why that person chooses to hang out with them. They both underestimate their appeal to each other and that was really sweet, while at the same time, was probably the largest problem with this book. Even though the book ends well, I was never sure they truly understood each other, even though they most definitely loved each other.

I enjoyed this story, especially the glimpses of Peter and Chris from the first book. I did like that the epilogue was 3 years into the future...I love me a GOOD HEA! The fact that it was so far into the future let me believe that they truly are good together and continue to grow together. I needed that kind of reassurance for this couple.

I definitely continue to enjoy this series!
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Loved this novella! After reading College Boys I knew right away I wanted the secondary character, Nathaniel, to get his own story. He is a walking stereotypical gay male. Flamboyantly "out" and everyone within 5 miles knows it. He says "girl" and "honey" alot and can sashay with the best of the drag queens. I wanted Daisy to write him a story so badly...and I was a bit vocal about it. She didn't let me down.

Nat knew early on he was gay. He didn't act, talk or walk like the other boys and so he figured why not just embrace what was already glaringly obvious. Though he was used to the stares and the derogatory words people muttered under their breath that didn't mean it hurt any less. After a bad relationship Nat basically shut down his emotions. No one saw what was pinging around inside of this guy that appeared so in control of himself. The vulnerability he kept tightly leashed in fear of being hurt by another man who wasn't prepared to deal with his personality. When he sets his sights on the President of the colleges only gay fraternity, Greg, he's only thinking short term. A up and coming successful gay man like Greg, who can easily pass for straight, would have no need for a boyfriend that screams homosexual. Greg though has been watching Nat from afar not completely understanding his own attraction to the flamboyant fraternity pledge. He knows he wants him, but in what context? Though Greg doesn't want to jeopardize Nat rush to become a pledge so he keeps himself at a distance making Nat believe he has no interest.

I loved the dynamics between these two. It's a twist on opposites attract I suppose. Each with their own insecurities they bring to the table that no one can see on the surface. Both being so different and yet still so alike.
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