I’m over at Dear Author with a review of Undecided by Julianna Keyes. Don’t let the cover fool you – there’s no love triangle here.
I’m over at Dear Author with a review of Hard Candy by Amy Jo Cousins. I adored Bryan. Couldn’t get enough of him.
Monthly Mini Review
Love Me Like a Rock by Amy Jo Cousins – B Austin and Vinnie are suite-mates with Rafi (from Level Hands) at Carlisle college and is the cox for the Junior Varsity boat in the rowing team. He’s short (5’4″) and compact (but fit and strong) and has a mop of curly red hair. He and Vinnie have been BFFs since they met in high school and shortly after, they also became semi-regular fuck buddies. Austin has been waiting for Vinnie to want an actual relationship. Vinnie is only interested in Vinnie in any romantic kind of way when he’s turned in a paper and wants to de-stress, get drunk and screw. Austin figures he’ll wise up eventually. But in the meantime, he’s free to have a fling with the hot model from the latest life drawing class. Sean is a geology senior, taller than Austin but not by a lot and he’s also a redhead – his style is lumbersexual, complete with beard. While Austin makes things clear to Sean, it’s equally obvious that Sean is really, willing and able to go all in. He’s had his eye on Austin for over a year.
Over the course of the story, Austin realises that his fuck buddy relationship with Vinnie is unhealthy and going nowhere. And, as he spends time with Sean, he realises that there are reasons for that, some of which come down to Austin himself. He finds himself a different person with Sean – more relaxed and open about his feelings. By different I don’t mean that Sean changes Austin. It’s not like that. It’s more that with Sean, Austin relaxes and opens up in a different way and learns a new way to be – he’s always himself and Sean doesn’t want or ask for him to change his personality or anything.
I’m over at Dear Author with a review of Getting Him Back by KA Mitchell. Very good sexy and sweet new adult offering from KA Mitchell.
I’m over at Dear Author with a review of The Score by Elle Kennedy. It’s book 3 of the Off-Campus series and it’s awesome. I loved it.
I’m over at Dear Author with a review of The Fifiteenth Minute by Sarina Bowen. I had complicated and mixed feelings about this one. Also: Trigger warning alert.