Frat Boy and Toppy
4 out of 5 STARS
Brad is great at meeting other people's expectations. But his own? Not so much. Take the gay thing. Okay, so yeah. It took a morning meeting with a frat brother's hairy, naked ass for him to admit it, but he knows the truth about himself now. Let the gay life commence.
Unfortunately, it's not that easy. He hasn't quite determined how to come out to anyone, even Sebastian, the geeky-hot TA in his history class. Sebastian is everything Brad is not. Intellectual, suave, hairy. Out. And he doesn't seem interested in Brad, even when Brad makes a fool of himself trying to catch his notice.
Score one for foolery: Sebastian does more than notice Brad; he takes him to bed. Brad's been with plenty of girls, but with Sebastian, the sex is something else entirely-hot, mind-blowing, affirming, and a little domineering in a way that drives him wild. But when great sex turns into something more-dare he admit the "L" word?-Brad must face the crushing realization that Sebastian doesn't feel the same. Unless, of course, he does. After all, even grad students can be idiots about matters of the heart.
ARC provided by Riptide Publishing
This novel, at just under 200 pages, was a heartfelt story of an early 20's college student coming-out. Brad has been in denial for quite some time. But lately, he's been having frequent dreams and conscious thoughts that leave no doubt that he's gay. Trouble is? He's a macho jock in a fraternity with the reputation as a ladies man.
Enter Sebastian, the TA in his history class. Brad has been fantasizing for weeks about him. After trying to get Sebastian's attention in history class, he takes it to the next level when he confronts him at a kegger. He was quite shy about it, not knowing the right way to show Sebastian his true intentions. But from here we watch as their relationship grows while at the same time Brad is deciding how to come-out to his frat brothers.
Though this book does contain some HOT M/M scenes, it really is a heartwarming story. He comes to terms with his new found realization and his ever growing affection for Sebastian. I guess this is labeled a romantic comedy but I really hate that phrase. There's a funny scene where Brad is explaining some really graphic things to his very hetero friend, it was hilarious! I highly recommend this if your looking for a quick, uplifting afternoon read!