The Naughty Boy
Publish date: May 2nd 2013
Publisher: Loose Id
Pages no: 45
Edition language: English
Series: Boy (#1)
At just 45 pages, Naughty Boy is a super quick read that packs a pretty satisfying emotional punch. The story provided a second dose of everything I loved about Brin's saucy, unfiltered, sometimes bitchy character from the first book. Thankfully though, it also showed some significant growth; as the...
Brin. So over the top. So flamboyant. Does anyone take him seriously? Does anyone really need him for more than a laugh or fashion advice? He is having his doubts.This short installment in the Boy series was laugh at loud funny at times, but also touching. It spoke to the need that we all to f...
I'm sure this story would have had even more meaning if I had read the first one in the series, but I still really enjoyed it. I liked the sense of humor, the interactions with the characters as they worked through some serious issues, and the ultimate resolution.
A little something extra from The Good Boy story and how lovely of the authors to give it to us for free.This is Brin's PoV. It's the night he gets Lane dressed up for his date, and sees his scars. This story gives us a deeper look at Brin, without too many temper tantrums, promiscuous posturing's a...
3.75 starsVery short but great to see a scene from Brin's perspective. Also, very nice to see that Ferg gets him.