Learning to Love: Michael & Sean
Learning to Love: Book OneSean and Michael are best friends from the minute they meet and become roommates. But after supporting Sean in the wake of his brother’s death, Michael finds himself questioning his sexuality and thinking about his roommate in a totally unexpected light. After all, he... show more
Learning to Love: Book OneSean and Michael are best friends from the minute they meet and become roommates. But after supporting Sean in the wake of his brother’s death, Michael finds himself questioning his sexuality and thinking about his roommate in a totally unexpected light. After all, he and Sean are straight—or so he thought. Suddenly Michael’s not so sure any more. He turns to their gay housemate, Evan, for advice. Little does he know he’s not the only one seeking Evan’s help. Michael and Sean are both thrilled to explore their newly discovered feelings for each other, but not everyone shares their enthusiasm. When the reality of homophobia intrudes on their academic and personal lives and threatens their happiness, the adversity should draw them closer. Instead, it drives a dangerous wedge between them and puts their relationship, their futures, and their health at risk.
Publish date: November 26th 2012
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 244
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, Erotic Romance
, M M Romance
, Gay Romance
, Gay For You
, M M Contemporary
, M M M
Series: Learning to Love (#1)
This was sweet. Lots of sex. Perhaps a bit too much at times but enjoyable when the MC finds his soul mate.
Dammit this book sucked me in. It was like the guilty pleasure of reading Danielle Steel back in college - I should know better, but just try to tear it out of my hands. I really ended up liking the characters and the story had some weight to it. After I got over these 19 year old characters alte...
It was too smooth, too predictable, too much sex, some development didn't fit the characters of first-love-newbies and I think, if I didn't buy the sequel already I wouldn't read it.
So, it started out shaky and got stronger. Then it got shaky again. Not a bad story but nothing earth shattering. I got it because of the gay for you/coming out/virgin hero aspect. For most if the book I wanted it to be a ménage. It was set up perfectly. While we did get a ménage scene Michael and S...
2.5 stars. The weird three-way relationship made me a little uncomfortable. Evan felt intrusive rather than supportive and his moaning about wanting to find his Prince Charming felt off when, in the next moment, he was inserting himself into Sean and Michael's relationship. I wanted to like him, but...