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- Print Length: 200 pages
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- Publisher: Dreamspinner Press; 1 edition (May 23, 2016)
- Publication Date: May 23, 2016
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B01F34P2YG
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Much like his cousin Sebastien, Rafe chose Falcon Pointe University because of Bas and Trent’s experiences. He is hoping that by going to school away from his family, he will be able to discover if being gay is worth turning his back on his Mormon upbringing and losing his family, both of which are extremely important to him – the latter more than the former. Having a great roommate, becoming closer to Bas, forging friendships with the men of 959 Brenton Street, and reinventing himself means life in Falcon Pointe is good in the beginning. But when Rafe’s porn addiction and failure to grasp the material means that he may flunk statistics, he finds support and a firm, yet guiding hand in Éigneachán, a friend of Cory’s, who just so happens to have a lovely Scottish brogue and a sexy kilt – why don’t romance novels come with pictures?!?!? Is it any wonder that Rafe fell for Éigneachán?
I really enjoyed how Rafe and Éigneachán’s relationship built slowly, and that while there was no rush to bed, they practiced Domestic Discipline well before the men were physically intimate, as it not only gave Rafe the balance he needed, but also brought them closer. Further, I found that Éigneachán’s willingness to follow Rafe’s lead on how fast to proceed, was perfect. I also liked that Rafe’s religious issue were addressed differently. Despite being Mormon, Rafe did not deal with the constant nagging from his mother about getting involved with the local church like Trent and Bastian did. I found this break from focusing on the church to be a refreshing change of pace. In fact, his parents’ reaction to Rafe’s coming out was only partially religion-driven as opposed to what Trent faced in book one. As for Rafe and Éigneachán’s twist in the series, I have to say that I thoroughly enjoyed how Durston included the psychological aspects that Rafe experienced when his parents addressed his homosexuality – and that Éigneachán was able to help him through it. Like the previous installments in the series, I freaking loved Becoming Rafe. I am so looking forward to the next book in the series.
I received a complimentary copy of the book in exchange for an honest review.
Reviewed by Angela at Crystal's Many Reviewers!
This is third book in this series and it was great. This was clearly a book about finding yourself and the struggles that go with coming out to your family. Rafe was struggling with one of his classes and meets an older man that helps him out and they fall in love. This man, Levlin was also able to help Rafe out with his coming out to his family. Levlin clearly expatiated that he was in it their relationship for the long haul. At first Rafe seemed to be mature beyond his years but also very inexperienced. Because of all this I loved how Levlin took things slow and never pushed Rafe anymore then he could handle. The author clear had an handle on the story and I can’t wait to read the next in the series.
I was given this book by Inked Rainbow Reads in exchange for an honest review.