Friday, May 18, 2012

Review: Diva and the Frat Boy by Daisy Harris

eBook, 98 pages
Published May 14th 2012 by Siren
ISBN 13: 9781619267718
Source: Author, for the purpose of an honest review
Genre: M/M Romance
Best read in order: no, works as a stand alone
Stars: 4
Flames: 4

Greg and Nathaniel are out, young gay men, Nathaniel being the outest and proudest of the couple. Greg isn’t ashamed of who he is, he just keeps it toned down a little more the Nathaniel does. This makes for some very entertaining reading.

Greg and Nathaniel are rocking the opposites attract relationship. Each does not know what the other sees in him. They have just begun to even acknowledge the attraction and Nathaniel is going into it assuming it’s just a good time hook up. After all they are going in different directions with everything in their lives.

I loved all of the emotions and struggles that I was taken through as Nathaniel and Greg found something that worked for them. Their differences did not make for an easy budding relationship. Greg is graduating and moving off campus. Nathaniel is younger, still attending school and not going anywhere for the time being. Then they still had the issues of how Nathaniel was viewed by even his peers in the fraternity.

The epilogue was a very nice addition and great closure to this very sweet and spicy romance. At the close of almost any book I am always curious as to where the couple is a few months or years down the road. I’m often left wondering how the relationship was still working in the future. Daisy gives her readers a very sexy snippet into Greg and Nathaniel’s happily ever after.

Daisy has graciously donated a copy of Diva and the Frat Boy to the 
Hop Against Homophobia
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1 comment:

  1. Love opposites attract stories which always adds a little drama. I like your point about epilogues because I like them for the same reason- curious about after the HEA or Happy for now.

    Thanks for sharing your review!