Posts Tagged With: College age

Book Review: Love Hate Repeat by Vivyan Lynne

Reviewed by Susan65

Title: Love Hate Repeat
Author: Vivyan Lynne
Series: Love Hate Repeat #1
Heroes: Kell & Damian
Genre: M/M Contemporary
Length: 117 pages
Publisher: Enchanted Woods Publishing
Release Date: January 22, 2018
Available at: Amazon
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Blurb: When Kell Roberts was with Damian Wylde in high school, it was all about the sex. No emotions, no getting invested. They split before graduating and Kell never thought he’d see Damian again.

Two years later, Kell is a techie and computer science student at the University of Washington. Seeing Damian again at a college party, sparks immediately start to fly. Kell rushes headlong into a new romance with Damian. This time trying to make it about more than just sex, but actually dating and getting emotionally involved is new territory for him. When Kell finds himself falling for Damian, he doesn’t know his own limits or how to handle getting emotionally involved. Especially when the relationship future and his own path are undefined.
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Audio Review: The Quarterback by Mackenzie Blair

Reviewed by Susan65

Title: The Quarterback
Author: Mackenzie Blair
Narrator: Greg Boudreax
Heroes: Matt Lancaster/Trevor Kim
Genre: MM Contemporary
Length: 9 hrs and 35 mins
Publisher: Riptide Publishing
Release Date: April 17, 2018
Available at: Audible
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Blurb: Matt Lancaster is the star quarterback at Bodine College, a small Southern Division II school with an ultra-conservative dean of athletics. Matt is also very much in the closet, and he thinks he’s kept his secret well hidden, until his best friends take him to a happy endings massage parlor and request a male masseuse for him.

In walks Trevor Kim, a gorgeous, pierced, tattooed fellow Bodine student who does massages – without happy endings – to pay for school after his family kicked him out for being gay. Trevor takes one look at Matt and breaks all his own rules about mixing business with pleasure.

Matt needs to keep his scholarship, win the National Championship, and survive his asshole father. Instead, he falls in love. Trevor needs to accept that the football god is meant to end up with him rather than a perky cheerleader. It’s time for a “happily ever after” for both of them. Continue reading

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