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Released: October 7th 2013
Series: Theta Alpha Gamma #4
Length: 1 hr and 55 mins
“Fans will be pleased about the glimpse they get from their favorite characters.”
~ Under the Covers
FRAT BOY AND TOPPY, the first book in this series, is still a favorite of mine in this genre to this day. So imagine my shocked excitement when I started GOOD BOY and realized that this was a continuation of their story! Yeah, I don’t really read blurbs when it’s a series or author I automatically follow. It was like a present!
The premise here is simple. There’s trouble in paradise. And that trouble sort of comes to a head when Brad’s previous fling ends up staying with them for a while. Sebastian is jealous and Brad feels like he’s not enough and being pushed aside. It was fun to explore the problems in their relationship with them and get to the bottom of how they feel and what they truly need the other to provide. This is a short novella and focuses on the relationship and sexual aspects of them as a couple. I don’t think it would be a good standalone, but definitely a great read if you’ve read the series. Even if you’ve just read book 1. Fans will be pleased about the glimpse they get from their favorite characters.
Although I loved both of these guys and it was fun to see them again, I think the author could’ve done a bit more with the plot and storyline here to make it more well rounded. It read more like a long snippet in the life, than having a standout plot on its own. Nevertheless, I’m always happy to read more about characters I love and after reading GOOD BOY I’m still just as in love with them. Sebastian and Brad have excellent chemistry!
I’m excited to see what else this series has to bring, since I’m a bit behind schedule reading it.
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