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- Print Length: 220 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: January 2, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0070FDJPG
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #72,956 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Shane and Trey (Enemies to Lovers Book 1) Kindle Edition
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I first read Shane and Trey in November of 2012. At the time I gave the story 4.5 stars and was eager to continue the series. Then I never did. I finally picked the series back up recently, when I was recommended the second book in the series for a reading challenge. Despite the fact that all books in this series can easily be read as stand-alone stories, I had to go back and re-read the first book.
Shane and Trey have a convoluted path to their Happily Ever After. First of all, we start the story with Trey as Shane’s twin sister’s boyfriend. We also start the story with Shane loudly coming out of the closet to his best friend (and crush) and seeing the disgust on Trey’s face.
They are thrown together at College when they are put together in a dorm room. Of course, animosity and fear turn to interest and lust. Eventually, they turn to more. It isn’t easy when your love interest is the recent love interest of your best friend (and twin). Barriers have to be erected. Lines have to be drawn. Hearts have to be broken.
Shane & Trey is a beautiful, if twisted, coming of age and coming out story. It remains one of my favorites in the genre.
Other than a brief mention in book two, St-St-Stuffed, I am sad to say that we don’t revisit Shane and Trey, so we never know how their happily ever after turns out. I wouldn’t mind a little visit to their world, Ms. Sunday.
First off, I didn’t get the Enemies to Lovers theme. They were never enemies, if anything they were just avoiding of each other. Just because he gave him a wedgie one time years ago doesn’t make them enemies. It just makes Trey a bit of a dick.
The major them of this book seemed to be forgiveness. I enjoyed it. I could have done without so much detailed sex. I know right, I never say that. I get it they are experimenting, but I don’t need a play by play for every single time. Mix it up a bit, throw in a fade to black scene, variety is the spice of life and all that jazz.
Trey was just the cutest, shyest guy. He tried to fight his attraction, but in the end finally gave in to his feelings. Shane didn’t seem to know what to do about his growing feelings and he was rightly conflicted when it came to acting on them.
I thoroughly enjoyed the toothpaste scene. It was so funny and something I have done with my husband. And the scene when June and Shane had an honest talk about their father and their relationship with Trey. It was very realistic and emotional for me.
It didn’t seem that there was a real climax either. More like a bunch of little ones. Bottom line, the book was decent, will I read the rest in the series, Mmmmm probably not till next year at least.
Not the best book in terms of grammar and sentence structure, but nothing that kept me from enjoying the story.
This is a story about two guys in their first year of college. Shane and Trey have known each other since they were Freshman in HS because they both played field hockey, but they went to different schools. Trey also is dating Shane's twin sister June. An event occurred freshman year in HS that made Shane avoid Trey at all costs, but as the fates would have it or June as we come to find out Shane and Trey end up as roommates at college. The story progresses from there... a secret, a misunderstanding, and the drama that comes with coming out and starting a new relationship all add to Shane & Trey's story. I didn't stop reading until I was finished.
I recommend this book if you're looking for a light read with very little drama and a PG 13 style romance.
There are moments of angst, exciting chemistry, fumbling first love, adult friendships, and fun
I would have liked to have Trey have been much more aggressive in the beginning to justify the enmity that Shane felt for him. This would, in turn, have made their eventual love more engaging.
Also, I don't think that it ever explicitly said that this book was set in the US, but that was definitely the impression that I got and so the occasional Britishisms threw me out of the narrative often enough to mention here.
Shane begins feelings towards his sister's boyfriend.
I think she could have made the story angstier, with all the "pasts" of all the characters, but I'm glad she didn't take it that far. Trey ends up being a gentle giant, and I adore him. I think they were a great couple and I'm glad it all worked out for the 3.
I even enjoyed the side Characters, Syd and Lucas.
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