Nathaniel Reece is savvy and fierce and wouldn’t give boring-ass Greg Sanders the time of day, except Greg is the president of a fraternity Nathaniel wants to join. But once Nathaniel gets a taste of the ferocity under Greg’s cool exterior, he can’t stop himself from trying to lure the uptight frat brother out of his shell.
The face of gay life on campus and a crusader heading off to law school, Greg doesn’t see any problem with seducing the flamboyant and exciting Nathaniel. But that’s before he finds out his fraternity brothers are refusing Nathaniel's pledge bid. Greg’s athletic and masculine and has never had to deal with the censure of his friends or the odd looks of strangers, but if he’s going to be what Nathaniel needs, he’ll have to be comfortable not just being out, but also standing out.
Nathaniel and Greg couldn't be more opposite. Nathaniel is a flamboyant gay man who isn't afraid to shake what the Good Lord gave him. Greg is more the button up type who worries about appearances. While Greg is totally hot for Nathaniel, Nat's confused as to why Greg would even look at him twice.
Greg makes his move and Nathaniel's all for it but he's not sure where Greg sees them going, if anywhere. Greg wants more from Nathaniel and not just for a quick booty call - but can they work out their many differences in order to have a future together?
This was a good story about opposites attract. The two men really did seem like they would never be a likely couple but that didn't stop Greg from trying. I liked how Greg went after what he wanted and didn't give up until he got what he wanted.
Nathaniel for all of his brash and flamboyant outside view was really not all that flamboyant on the inside. He was more of a quiet man who felt very deeply and I liked the contradictions in his character.
The issue I had with this story is that for all that Nathaniel and Greg's relationship was good on the outside I never truly felt it. There are those romances that you read and you are completely ingrained in the feelings that the characters portray – this one, unfortunately, just wasn't like that for me. I saw the outside attraction and could see how the men would be attracted to each other, but I never felt that they were feeling things as deeply as they should. I'm not sure why that was. The sex was hot and sexy and that was a bonus but I felt there was something missing.
In the end it was a good book but for me it wasn't as good as book one in this series. I like the series so far though and will definitely be reading more about the men of Holsum College.
Rating: 3 out of 5
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