- File Size: 287 KB
- Print Length: 85 pages
- Publisher: Siren Publishing (June 14, 2012)
- Publication Date: June 14, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B008BKSFWG
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
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Diva and the Frat Boy [Men of Holsum College 2](Siren Publishing Classic ManLove) Kindle Edition
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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! :)
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!
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.Read more ›
The second installment of Daisy Harris's Men of Holsum College series, Frat Boy and the Diva is a hot but sweet romance between two very different men. Nathaniel Reece is flamboyant, out and proud. In other words, he is the complete opposite of the equally out but quiet and could pass for straight any day of the week Greg Sanders. Will it be possible for these two people with vastly dissimilar personalities to embrace and fully appreciate one another's differences?
Nathaniel is so gay he makes everyone (including himself) uncomfortable. He plays up his natural tendencies in an attempt to protect himself from being hurt. With a long string of casual hook ups behind him, he is not expecting a long term relationship with Greg.
Greg is fairly insulated from the prejudices that Nathaniel faces. He believes the fraternity is accepting of all students gay and straight until he is faced with the growing realization that some of his fraternity brothers are not as tolerant and open minded as he originally believes. With his growing feelings for Nathaniel, Greg is forced to confront his own prejudices as well as those of the fraternity and the general public.
I really enjoyed watching the relationship between Greg and Nathaniel grow from one of extremely hot and steamy sex to one filled with deeper emotions. Greg is slow to appreciate the man behind Nathaniel's flashy personality. Nathaniel always remains true to himself even when Greg finds it difficult to accept his public persona. Nathaniel maintains an emotional distance, but Greg does not let that keep him from following his heart.
Frat Boy and the Diva is a thought-provoking story that does not shy away from exposing the discrimination that sometimes exists in the gay community.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
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. Read morePublished on May 11, 2014 by C. Jefferson
Nathaniel is the diva. He knows he's flamboyant but that's who he is and he owns it. He routinely gets harassed because of it but refuses to make apologies or to pretend to be... Read morePublished on June 26, 2012 by My 2 Cents
Greg and Nathaniel are out, young gay men, Nathaniel being the outest and proudest of the couple. Greg isn't ashamed of who he is, he just keeps it toned down a little more the... Read morePublished on June 24, 2012 by The Jeep Diva
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