Bewitched by Bella's Brother
Sebastian Craig and Isabella Bryne have been best friends for five years in the Neverland of academia, and that's where they're planning to stay. So when Bella's brother, Asa, offers them a rent-free summer in his gorgeous home before they move to their next college and degree, they jump at the... show more
Sebastian Craig and Isabella Bryne have been best friends for five years in the Neverland of academia, and that's where they're planning to stay. So when Bella's brother, Asa, offers them a rent-free summer in his gorgeous home before they move to their next college and degree, they jump at the chance. It looks like a good deal at first... but there's more to Asa than meets the eye, and Sebastian finds himself suddenly hip-deep in complicated, grown-up problems and the frightening, bemusing prospect of having a family that will miss him when he's gone.When the best summer of his life finally ends, Sebastian has to make a difficult decision between staying in perpetual childhood forever, and facing adulthood—with all of its joys and fears. It seems that when Sebastian and Bella came up with a master plan for the future, they didn't count on Sebastian being bewitched by Bella's brother.
Publish date: August 11th 2010
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 192
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, Contemporary Romance
, M M Romance
, Gay Romance
, Gay For You
, M M Contemporary
I like it when Amy Lane writes angst free, and I’m not sure why I hadn’t tried this one before. It was cute.Sebastian is best friends with Bella, has been for years. He goes home with her for the summer when her brother offers them to stay at his house with him and his 7 year old son.It’s practicall...
3.5This is a sweet story but ultimately, unlike other Amy Lane books I've read, I didn't feel an emotional connection to the characters. There is no real conflict in the book and the minimal plot issues are all resolved quickly and neatly. If you want a sweet story with perfect characters it's a ...
A lovely Amy Lane book. It's a fairly simple contemporary, with a gay man and his best friend moving in with her brother for the summer. But it's developed wonderfully and Asa and Sebastian are great characters. "Like buttah."
I have yet to read an Amy Lane book that I didn't like. This one was no exception. I enjoyed every aspect of the book (except the cover). Of the books of Ms. Lane's that I have read, this was really a more simple, straight forward story with no big highs or lows. However, even with that said, i...