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Please read the other reviews for a quick synopsis of the story. This is just a quick note to say I loved this story and very likely you will too. Wonderful author and wonderfully written. The characters are very real and likeable and the sexy interludes are very hot!!
Yes, as others have stated, this is more a book about Brad than Sebastian, but there is lots to love about each. I thoroughly enjoyed that way Brad's confidence built over the arch of the story, and how he got to the point that what other people thought of him just didn't matter anymore. Only his love for Sebatian mattered and their happiness together. And Sebastian was a wonderful "erastes" (as he put it) to Brad, teaching his inexperienced young lover all the pleasurable things they could share in the bedroom. He was protective of Brad, while maintaining just the right amount of dominance over Brad's more submissive sexual persona. And, boy, does Ms. Tenino have a gift for writing love scenes. Soooooo descriptive and steamy! Just the way I like them. :)
Also extremely enjoyable was reading Brad's discoveries of his likes and dislikes concerning his sexuality, including the role he identified for himself in the relationship and the type of men he was attracted to. He was so fun to get to know!
I couldn't put this book down, so I have to give it 5 stars. I hope others who read it will enjoy it as much as I did.
Brad is the star jock in a smaller college and he is mean to all the girls who just come back for more... and then he can't stop himself thinking about his History TA, Sebastian.
I liked this book, I enjoyed both Brad and Sebastian and it dealt very nicely with Brad's real fears of coming out. I particularly liked his family's reaction -
Brad exploded "Why are you guys taking this so well?"
Dad finally looked up from the paper he was reading at the table. "Would you rather we took it badly?"
"No! Just... should you be upset? Adjusting? Something? What about the grandchildren you won't have to carry on the family name."
His mom shrugged. "Not my family name. I don't care."
His dad went back to his paper, saying absently "Don't worry, even if Max turns out to be gay too, I'm sure Val will manage to get herself pregnant without the benefit of a husband." Mom halfheartedly whacked Dad in the back of hte head.
I like how Brad had all the angst and everyone else was calm and supportive. All the book was about Brad (and Sebastian's!) adjustments and growth.
Sweet romance, hot sex, funny/quirky moments. Great read, I rate it a keeper and a reread. 2617 locations.
Brad has spent his life to this point trying to be what everyone expected of him, the son, the frat boy, the student. He is just such a likable guy and hot. I truly enjoyed seeing Brad grow, gain confidence and reflect on his past. Sebastian is experienced and doesn't know what love means, or so he thinks. The two just work together and the sex scenes are hot as Brad explores his true needs/wants with the help of Sebastian.
The supporting characters are great, Kyle - the best friend after Sebastian as Brad points out, Collin - the other roomy with a twist, Ashley - the latest ex girlfriend, all the Frat Boys, and the families on both sides - what attitude and acceptance they possess. The families could have been developed more but what we saw of them really added to the story.
If you are looking for a light hearted, funny, sexy read you won't be disappointed.
Originally posted on Goodreads.com
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