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  • 5 Book Bundle

    Perfect for summer reading. All of these are YA/NA short stories and I thoroughly enjoyed all of them. David - M. Tasia 4.5 stars When he's dumped on the last day of school, David's reaction is understandable. Working far enough from home he isn't subjected to well meaning platitudes and being the subject of gossip. Jacob is his best friend and once he shows up to work along with David things turn around. Jacob has been waiting for David to finally see what was in front of him all along. No Bunny Like You - Susan Mac Nicol 4.5 stars Colin is having a bad day. Volunteered by his mom to play the Easter Bunny, stuffed into a costume and needing a cigarette the poor guy just wants to go home. I loved his 'calisthenics' and his colorful attire while doing so just to catch a glimpse of Dash. Dash gives quite the performance himself with his dancing abilities. The descriptions were so well done I could see the two of them clearly. Homecoming - Emily Mims 5 stars Clay's move to live with his dad has him walking on eggs. I couldn't blame him for making assumptions. Having a dad who is a Colonel you would. Meeting Justin has him falling hard but all his anxiety has him hiding. Justin is just interested in Clay and being his authentic self. He hates the closet Clay has them hiding in. His parent's reaction to his desire to take Clay to homecoming came out of left field. Clay's dad earned a medal for being an amazing parent in my book. Hold the Line - Kitty Bardot 5 stars Terry is a gentle giant. Hiding who he is and yet never quite being what his dad wants, what his coach wants makes for a lonely life. His best friend Chis impressed me with his loyalty, his friendship, and how his stands up for Terry. I was even more impressed with the rest of the team as they made it clear that they accepted Terry just as he was. I was so glad to see him finally living his best life. Shake Me down - Elle Wright 5 stars Everett is tenacious after being bounced from one school to another. Zach's the uber brilliant guy. He's a bit shocked when his crush on Everett turns into something real. I liked that they both approached their relationship with maturity and forethought. Everett is determined that Zach is going to reach his potential and we watch them navigate a long-distance relationship and come out the other side as they begin their HEA.

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  • Nice collection of MM short stories.

    Overall, this was a really great collection of YA/NA short stories. I requested the book from NetGalley because Susan Mac Nicol has a story in it but I ended up finding a few other authors that I want to look for more books to read. David – M. Tasia – 3 stars I really enjoyed another book I read by this author but this was just OK for me. No Bunny Like You – Susan Mac Nicol – 5 stars Very British and I liked it very much. Great boy-next-door story. Homecoming – Emily Mims – 5 stars I loved this story even though it broke my heart in places and it made me cry. It was a sad and happy coming out story. I’d like to read more of these characters. Hold The Line - Kitty Bardot – 5 stars Heartbreaking story but beautiful. I thought the writing was great and I loved it. Shake Me Down – Elle Wright – 5 stars A very sweet short story that felt much longer in a good way. Zach and Everett are so good together. I really couldn’t believe how this author could write a story that spanned several years in such a short number of words. It was a fantastic short story. A review copy was provided by the publisher via NetGalley but this did not influence my opinion or rating of the book.

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  • Very enjoyable

    I really enjoyed this set of 5 short stories of YA/NA MM love. The characters were all sweet and their emotions, actions, thoughts, and feelings felt genuine and realistic. It's not all smooth sailing, but these couples face the challenges with the courage and determination of youth. Ah, to be young and in love. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • A Wonderful Anthology

    David – M. Tasia A sweet short story about the summer before college. The main character, David, shows great personal growth and I was impressed by how beautifully written David is. No Bunny Like You – Susan Mac Nicol Susan Mac Nicol fans don't need me to tell you, they have a very dry sense of humor. And it's showcased in No Bunny Like You. Kinda silly, very sweet, and a fun premise for a story. Homecoming – Emily Mims I was blown away by how well Emily Mims tells this story. They cover quite a few important issues in a very short space, and it's a nice love story. Hold The Line - Kitty Bardot This was my favorite story in the anthology. Kitty Bardot truly captures the essence of these young men, especially Terry. This one's a bit of a heartbreaker, and I'd love to read more about Terry and Chris. Shake Me Down – Elle Wright A creative premise for a story, Elle Wright gives these two guys a very happy ending.

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