Book Review: Getting Him Back, by K.A. Mitchell

mitchell-getting-him-backGetting Him Back, by K.A. Mitchell
Publisher: Carina Press
Release Date: February 15, 2016
Genres: Gay, M/M, New Adult, Contemporary, University

Rating: 3.5 out of 5 stars

Buy Link: Publisher / Amazon

I received a copy of this novel from the publisher in exchange for a fair and honest review.

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Blurb: 

Ethan may have followed his high school sweetheart to college only to get dumped his first day there, but he’s not going to let that stop him from exploring all his new life has to offer. Sex-only hookups, his photography, new friends and a campus-wide game of zombies vs humans all help keep his mind off his broken heart and move him toward building a new, better life without his ex.

And then there’s Wyatt. Mysterious, grouchy—hot. And possibly not gay. But Ethan’s not going to let that stand in the way of figuring out what makes Wyatt tick. New college goal? Get Wyatt into bed and into Ethan’s life.

Step one: arrange a “tutoring” date. Step two: “accidentally” bump into Wyatt as often as possible. Step three: explore the sexy body under that ever-present hoodie. And when their friendship deepens into something neither of them expect, convince Wyatt he’s not just a pity fling or a one-time hookup, but that Ethan is in it for the long haul.

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Advanced Book Review: Farm Fresh, by Posy Roberts

FarmFreshCoverFarm Fresh, by Posy Roberts
Publisher: Labyrinth Bound Press
Release Date: January 28, 2016
Genre: Gay, Poly, M/M, Menage (M/M/M), Contemporary

Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars

Buy Links: Amazon / Universal Amazon

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Blurb:

Jude Garrity visits the farmers market every Saturday. As an environmental engineering student, he’s curious about living off the grid and sustainable agriculture.

And one particular farmer.

Hudson Oliva has worked hard to support his commune, where queer people live without fear of harm or retribution. When Jude asks pointed questions about living there, Hudson realizes he needs to be honest about his home. Few people know what the farm is actually about, but Jude is insistent.

Jude moves to Kaleidoscope Gardens, however his sexual hang-ups make it hard to adjust. He’s an uptight virgin living among people who have sex freely and with multiple partners. When Jude finally loosens up, Hudson is flooded with emotions. Falling for Jude wasn’t part of Hudson’s life plan. But when vindictive rumors about the commune begin to spread, love might be all he has left.

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