Title: Senior: Uncommitted
Moving towards graduation, Angel struggles with leaving behind aspects of his past. But will Shane convince him that together they can build a future?
It’s Angel’s senior year and time for some tough decisions. Coming out to his grandmother…meeting Shane’s family…Every step Angel takes forward feels like two steps back until he wonders how he’s turned into a guy totally different from who he was when he started school.
Shane feels Angel slipping away but can’t figure out how to drag him back. Things are finally shaping up for Shane—with a new job in the works and a second movie optioned—but he wonders why Angel isn’t ready to move on to a more grown up life.
When a friend from Angel’s past arrives at Pacific Rim University, Angel slips into doubt and confusion over his life and starts to take dangerous risks. When Shane steps in to make things right, he ends up pushing his lover even farther away.
If Shane’s going to keep Angel by his side, it’ll take more than sweet words and great sex. Shane will have to be the family Angel’s lost and replace the life Angel’s leaving behind. And he’ll need to convince Angel to accept all the love and commitment Shane has to offer.
Author: Daisy Harris
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: From the Ashes, Nothing But Smoke, After the Rain, Freshman: Uncut
Series: Ivory Towers
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Freshman: Uncut, Sophomore: Undeclared, Junior Unscripted
Published by Total-e-Bound Publishing Source: Publisher
Published: September 27, 2013
Genres: Male Male Romance
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Senior: Uncommitted is the final chapter in Daisy’s Ivory Towers series. This four novella series has taken readers through Angel’s four years at Pacific Rim. We’ve watched him grow and really get to know his self as a man. We’ve read his struggles with life, getting comfortable with who he is, and mostly becoming someone’s other half.
Angel and Shane’s opposite attract has gifted readers with so much sexy sexual tension. It has also given them numerous hurdles to jump over together on their road to a happily ever after. This installment in the series is no different. Christmas with Shane’s family lets Angel know just how different they are. A visit from one of Angel’s high school friends shows Shane just how different they are. They have to figure out if their love for one another is enough.
Oh my, this was one emotional read. Half the time I wanted to choke Angel. The other half of the time I wanted to slap some sense into Shane. These two work as couple so well when they are alone with each other. Add in life and the world and they revert to not knowing how to make it work. This makes for such an angsty read. I don’t know why male male romance work so well this way but the Ivory Towers series from Daisy Harris is a series you don’t want to miss. Just keep in mind these books need to be read in order.