When it comes to relationships, college roommates Greg and Keith are polar opposites. A recovering addict, Greg avoids sex because it’s too closely tied in his mind with the alcohol and drugs he gave up. In contrast, Keith protects his heart by limiting sex to one-night stands and weekend flings.
As the two get to know each other better, they feel drawn together, and slowly they take tentative steps toward something real. Their attraction soon flares hot, but Greg’s fears overwhelm him, sending him running. It’s up to Keith to help Greg learn to trust in himself—and in the way they feel about each other.
This one was cute, short and sweet, but if you've read the blurb, you've pretty much read the story, as there aren't many unexpected twists or turns.
I did enjoy this one; however, 57 pages isn't quite long enough to cover much ground, other than the main points mentioned in the book's description.
And I wanted more.
I adored the "first date" scene, plus the sexiness that ensued back at their room was pretty hot, if not a bit abbreviated. I would have liked more pages of slow burn feelings developing. Or, at the very least, a bit more slow grind. ;- )
Overall, this is a nice, 3-star filler story between longer reads for me, but I probably won't remember a lot about it in a week.
My ARC copy of the book was provided by the publisher in exchange for a fair, unbiased review.
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