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- Print Length: 115 pages
- Publication Date: December 16, 2019
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B082VHQP78
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #748,240 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Wills and Crispin survived high school together, now they must learn to make it through college apart. These two are the sweetest couple in the world that Julia McBryant has created. While there are high emotions, the angst level is rather low. Yes, they have t hide their relationship from everyone but their closest friends and are forced apart by the miles separating them, they also stand the best chance of getting through it all damage-free.
To everyone they meet, they are rendered cute and sweet since they were best friends their whole lives before they were lovers. Watching as they navigate their relationship now is swoon-worthy.
Though they don't know how to express themselves, thanks to their upper crust, you cannot be gay upbringings, they manage to prove to themselves and to each other that their relationship is strong to beat any odds.
If you're looking for a read that is the right amount of sweet and hot then look no further.
Oh wow! I am so glad that I found this author. I jumped into Audie and Calhoun's story before I realized there was Crispin and Wills story.
I just love Crispin and Wills. They have been best friends since kindergarten and as they got older they would sneak peeks at each other not really knowing their true feelings until one day when Wills kissed Crispin and things started falling into place. And being in the family of the high society, they have to keep their relationship a secret.
I just love a short fast paced story and this one did not disappoint.
I am in love with Crispin and Wills. The book title is perfect because they are literally "Like Sunshine".
These boys are so in love with each other and it's hard to be secretive when all you want to do is just be together and not care what others think.
Wills and his twin, Henry, live together and Crispin drives from school to visit with Wills. Who knew that Henry swings both ways? Certainly not Crispin. But, who cares really. Apparently Henry thinks that Wills should keep his relationship behind closed doors, because as Henry puts it "Your digging your own grave". Wills shuts him down like right now and offers up his own shovel.
Crispin moves in with Wills for the summer while Henry, Wills twin goes home to work the family law firm. Crispin and Wills really do love each other but they have to find a way to actually live around each other in the same apartment. It was so trying and so beautiful and heart breaking at the same time. Once they have things figured out, it's time to go back to school and Henry moves back into the apartment. Can they keep their friendship/relationship together once they are apart? I am pretty sure they can because they can't see other people past each other.
What a great read.
They keep up appearances and meet secretly in hotel rooms. They desperately want to be together.
But living in Savannah and be more than friends isn’t really an option.
Now Crispin travels to Athens, to Wills, where Wills studies and lives with his twin brother in an apartment. They can be free and enjoy each other. And that’s exactly what they do!
They still are hesitant and a bit shy, a bit uncomfortable. In bed, they can let go.
They find a way to stay the summer in Athens, together, with no one around. Because no one can find out about their relationship and it’s so hard being apart. Being together gives stress and both have to adjust. Wills reaches a breaking point. They open up more, even argue with each other, talk about the future. It’s hard for them not to be out. They speak about love and make a big promise.
We can enjoy a small piece of Crispin and Wills their (love) life.
They are sweet and sensitive together. Insecure about how the other feels, hesitating to be the first to say something, but always hot for each other, always.
It was a kind, passionate story. These boys are intense in their own special way. Words are important but not all the time. They can just do without, their bodies speak louder. They have a lot of sexual activities, a lot and it’s hot and intense. I would love to see them in their future life.
A smoothly, in sometimes Southern dialect, written story. I understand they talk like the way it’s written and I almost can hear them. We get to know some little aspects of the guys, how they live, study, and how they organize their love life without their families to know. Luckily one family member is supportive. The whole story just enough developed to feel connected.
Best friends to lovers, Wills & Crispin are in it for the long haul, against all odds.
I’m looking forward to the next book. I’m rooting for these two.