Publisher: Loose Id
A Hearts On Fire Review*sigh*This story was difficult for me to rate. It had some good parts, okay parts and boring parts. This is my first time reading Ms. Strauss who has good ideas in this one and I would try something else by her in the future. The immediate future? No. This story is about a 20 ...
Really cute story. Parts of it seemed rather idealized, but it's a romance. W/E.
3.5 StarsParts of this book I liked very much, other parts not as much. The interaction between Greg and Ryan didn't work as well for me as I would have liked. Greg seemed too much of a mentor/father-figure and although it didn't squick me out, it also didn't allow for me to fully embrace their rela...
On one hand, it's a nice story -- with Ryan (one of the main characters, the younger one) showing the "journey" of growing up. From one college boy having a crush with his best friend, and blasting his employer on the Net, doesn't think of the effect that he makes by doing so, to someone who takes r...
Good holiday m/m romance about a college student whose inflammatory vlog personality has unexpected negative impacts on his life. For some reason, this never really came together for me and I haven't been able to figure out why.
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