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College Week Review: His Roommate’s Pleasure by Lana McGregor

Reviewed by JustJen

26173830Title: His Roommate’s Pleasure
Author: Lana McGregor
Heroes: Adam/Josh
Genre: MM Contemporary
Length: 84 Pages
Publisher: Carina Press
Release Date: July 1, 2013
Available at: Amazon and Barnes & Noble
Add it to your shelf: Goodreads

Blurb:  It started with an accidental click…but where will it end?

Desperate to turn in a paper, Adam borrows his roommate’s computer and mistakenly opens a folder that contains Josh’s collection of porn. Adam had no idea that his jock roommate was gay—and into leashes, paddles and domination. And Adam, an inexperienced virgin who’s only ever kissed one guy, is surprised to find himself curious about submitting…

Josh can’t believe that his roommate discovered his spank bank—and he can’t believe that Adam is so turned on by the thought of giving up control to someone. Taking a chance, he offers to look through the photos with Adam…and maybe try acting some of them out.

Night after night, the boys delve into their darkest fantasies of domination and submission. And as lust and experimentation grow into the promise of something deeper, Adam must decide if he’s brave enough to tell Josh how he feels.

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College Week Review: Brandon Mills Versus the V-Card by Lisa Henry and J.A. Rock

Guest Reviewed by Morgan 

22788164Title: Brandon Mills Versus the V-Card
Authors: Lisa Henry and J.A. Rock
Series: Prescott College #2
Heroes: Brandon Mills/Alex Kekoa
Genre: MM Contemporary
Length: 180 Pages
Publisher: Loose Id
Release Date: October 28, 2014
Available at:  Amazon and Barnes & Noble
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Blurb:  Smart, shy Prescott sophomore Brandon Mills is working hard to overcome his troubled past and be normal. With the help of his friends Mark and Deacon, and his brothers at Phi Sigma Kappa, he’s slowly coming out of his shell. But when he accidentally drenches a freshman in orange soda, he faces something he’s not ready for: a boy crushing on him.

Alex Kekoa pledges Phi Sig because it has everything he wants: a house full of nerds who won’t tease him for being smart, a dog, and Brandon Mills. Brandon is just the type of guy Alex needs to help fulfill his college ambition: losing his virginity. Except Alex doesn’t know that Brandon can’t stand to touch or be touched.

When Alex and Brandon are drafted onto the Phi Sig Academic Challenge team, their mutual attraction grows. If there’s anyone who can help Brandon discover it feels good to touch and kiss, maybe it’s klutzy Alex with his cute glasses and his dinosaur obsession. But as the competition–and their relationship–heats up, Alex’s determination not to die a virgin clashes with Brandon’s vow of lifelong celibacy, forcing them to examine what’s truly important to each of them about love.
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