Title: Str8te Boys
How far would you dare to go...to win it all?
Maverick Holms and Duke Warren share almost everything--a college soccer team, an apartment and the same extremely competitive nature. Thanks to that never-back-down spirit, they're about to share more than they bargained for.
The game is "gay chicken." The rule: get as close as possible without kissing, and the one that pulls away first is the loser. The problem: neither of them likes to lose. It isn't long before the game becomes an excuse to touch and kiss in every possible forbidden way. And after they pose for a gay website to earn extra money, things really heat up.
Suddenly Duke is talking lifetime commitment, and Mav is backpedaling as hard as he can, not sure if he's ready to accept all his best friend is offering him. Or the truth about what he is.
Author: Evangeline Anderson
Published by Samhain Publishing Source: Purchased for Self
Published: March 23, 2009
Genres: Male Male Romance
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What is gay? What action could Duke or Mav do that would define them as gay? This is a game of challenges and dares as these two college roommates do all things gay while hiding behind dares and challenges. It made for a very sexy fun read.
Rent is due and Duke has spent it on something else. In an attempt to make some quick cash they decide the offer for the guy on guy smexy pics are the way to go. They’re best friends and roommates. They are more than used to being in each other’s personal space. Mav and Duke are pretty sure that they can take a few pics while touching each other. That doesn’t make them gay.
To test some boundaries they play gay chicken that turns into extreme gay chicken, and it doesn’t take long for them to find they are naked and upping the ante to ultimate gay chicken. To say that Duke and Mav test their boundaries would be an understatement. They test them and push them and make out hot and heavy all over them.
Str8te Boys was exactly what I was looking for in a read this weekend. It was short, hot, and to the point. I love gay college boy romances. Throw in a gay for you, but I’m straight, and it’s an all-around win for me.