- File Size: 675 KB
- Print Length: 114 pages
- Publisher: Siren Publishing (October 13, 2012)
- Publication Date: November 6, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00A3D6SBY
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My Fair Dork [Men of Holsum College 8] (Siren Publishing Allure ManLove) Kindle Edition
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I am a bit of a sucker for the "too well hung" trope and like the way it is explored in this romance.
Owen is less likable than Harold but that is only until he lets himself just be. Harold gains more self assurance.
The love story is realistic, touching, and hot. All good stuff.
Harold Jacobs feels like an outsider and his self-consciousness over his plus size package is just one more reason to avoid the limelight. Trying to divert attention away from his biggest asset, he dresses in ill-fitting, mismatched clothes. Harold's circle of friends is small, his self-esteem is low, and he is suspicious of Owen's reasons for offering to jumpstart his social life.
Owen McKenzie is a popular football player and to all appearances, he is totally straight. What no one on campus knows is that Owen is really bisexual. His sexual experiences with other men have been limited to a few mutual hand jobs. He is incredibly attracted to Harold, but Owen has no intention of stepping out of the closet.
While Harold may be unsure of his personal appearance, he has no doubts about his sexuality. He knows he is gay, and he is comfortable with other people knowing it. The same cannot be said for Owen. Although he admitted to his parents that he is bi, he immediately jumped into a long term relationship with a girl and he has only dated women since going to college. Owen might be ok with exploring his attraction to Harold behind closed doors, but he does not want their relationship going public.
I really like Harold. His shyness and uncertainty are quite endearing. I enjoyed watching him gain self-confidence and turn from a self-perceived ugly ducking into a beautiful, self-assured swan. His concerns about the effect his larger than average package will have on his sex life are valid and I like how that part of the storyline played out.
In the beginning of My Fair Dork, I initially liked Owen. His reasons for helping out Harold rang true and he seemed self-confident enough to withstand the public scrutiny his relationship with Harold was bound to bring. For the most part, Owen was caring, considerate and sensitive. But there were a couple of things that occurred that made me question his motives and made him look like a selfish jerk. So overall, my emotions about his character are definitely mixed.
As with other books in the Men Holsum College series, My Fair Dork is incredibly erotic and Harold's particular "problem" makes for some very creative sex scenes. Daisy Harris always does a wonderful job of keeping the storylines fresh, unique and angst free.
A beautiful lesson in self-acceptance, I highly recommend My Fair Dork to old and new fans of this delightful series.
I received a complimentary copy for review.
This is the eighth book in Ms. Harris's Men of Holsum College series and I haven't read any of the others but if this is any indication of how the others are written, I will definitely be picking them up. She presents a college scene that is very true to my own experiences and that makes the stories just that much more enjoyable. The men are hot and witty and I would love to have been friends with them.
Pick this up if you want an enjoyable story where the men are hot and they fall in love with enough humor to not take themselves too seriously. It's a truly beautiful love story at the core of it all, and when you toss in hot men you can't go wrong.
Originally posted at LAS Erotic Reviews