College Boys

  • Title: College Boys
  • Author: Daisy Harris
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 182
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • College Boys When soccer star Chris Fischer moves next door to an openly gay classmate he doesn t realize the wall between their rooms will be so thin he ll hear his neighbor s every move But soon he and Peter be
    When soccer star Chris Fischer moves next door to an openly gay classmate, he doesn t realize the wall between their rooms will be so thin he ll hear his neighbor s every move But soon he and Peter become friends, and Chris is intrigued imagining what happens on the other side of the wall Active on the Queer Student Council, Peter Cohen wishes he wasn t so damn hot for hWhen soccer star Chris Fischer moves next door to an openly gay classmate, he doesn t realize the wall between their rooms will be so thin he ll hear his neighbor s every move But soon he and Peter become friends, and Chris is intrigued imagining what happens on the other side of the wall Active on the Queer Student Council, Peter Cohen wishes he wasn t so damn hot for his straight neighbor He can t tell if Chris is flirting or in denial or what, but Chris s innocent overtures lure Peter into flirtation that throws his world into chaos Peter doesn t want to date a closet case, but he desperately, passionately wants Chris Soon Chris must choose whether to run away from his new feelings or embrace a relationship with the guy he loves And Peter must decide if he can give his heart to a guy who hasn t yet figured it all out A Siren Erotic Romance Siren Classic ManLove Erotic Alternative Romance, M M, HEA

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    1. Retired party girl and science fiction enthusiast, Daisy Harris spends most of her time writing sexy romance and plotting the fall of Western civilization Her books can be found on , Nook, and wherever else fine erotic romance is sold.Ms Harris lives in Seattle, where she tortures her husband by making it rain She enjoys watching bridges cause traffic, watching football games cause traffic, and blithely wearing wool socks with sandals.She has never taken a single picture in which her bra strap is not showing.Want to find out about new releases, general news, and my latest inappropriate boy band crush Sign up for my newsletter here eepurl b96xX


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    1. 3.5--Fapping--Stars!!Well.at was I might have gotten a few cavitiies while reading.Definitely some insta-love going onI had a good laugh at some of the stuff Peter and Chris said to each otherBut overall this was a very sweet, coming out of the closet story about two college roomates who start out fapping with each other between the walls of their room and end up falling in love. Quite steamy considering they didn't really have sex until the end of the book. Very light, easy, quick, drama free r [...]

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    2. 3.75 HEARTS--A story just about every MM reader readexcept me.You know what they sayLove that episode.Anyhoo, what can I say that hasn't been said already? Probably not much.Set in Vermont, Chris, Tennessean straight college soccer player moves into a single dorm room that has been shoddily split into two singles rooms with a paper thin wall to separate him and his neighbor. His neighbor is Peter, a gay student who Chris had a morning wood, totally not gay encounter with earlier in the year.Uh-h [...]

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    3. ★★★★! College Boys, Book 1 (stand-alone) is the story of a handsome, but naïve straight College athlete meets self-assured openly gay student & the friendship they strike up while living wall-to-wall in a dorm. A quick, sexy and very endearing read!“If this was their only time together, Peter wanted to make sure Chris would never forget.”Hero 1: Peter Cohen/21 years/New York/student-Queer Student Council/dark brown hair/brown eyes/gay (top)Hero 2: Chris Fischer/21 years/Tennesse [...]

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    4. This book was an adorable, sexy read! Smut craving, sa-tis-fied!! "College Boys" is about a guy, Chris, who moves back to the dorms to have more personal space. The walls of his single room are paper thin, and he realizes he is essentially sharing his room with his next door neighbor Peter, the gay guy whom he met on his college orientation trip. Chris finds himself growing more and more curious about his new neighbor and unable to fight a growing attraction to him. But Chris is straight, right? [...]

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    5. Yay! I am finally on the m-m train! I get what everyone is talking about. It was the perfect venture into the genre! *Twirls around*I loved how it dealt with coming out in a pretty real setting. It was so believable! Peter is gay and he has a crush on Chris. Chris moves in next door and he likes Peter too, but Chris is straight. But maybe not as straight as it seems from the startIt was sweet, fun and hot! It was pretty much amazing!Thanks to Netgalley and Siren Publishing for providing me with [...]

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    6. I so, so liked this book. When will I stop judging these fantastic books by their horrible covers and titles? When? Chris has moved into his own dorm in order to get some privacy. But the wall between him and his neighbor, Peter, is so thin that everything can be heard. Chris can’t help but be intrigued by all the sounds he’s hearing from Peter. Even though he’s totally straight. Chris was so completely adorable. I really liked how open he was with Peter. Even though these were all new exp [...]

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    7. I went into this novella wishing and hoping for some smutty goodness.Is that what I got?Ooooooooh yeah!I got smuttiness in heaps and by the tons. And it was definitely hot!Have I also mentioned that there was a gay virgin?But I was also pleasantly surprised and got so much more. This was actually a pretty sweet story between out-and-proud Peter and his closeted dorm mate, Chris. Even though their relationship developed a smidge fast for me, I still found it believable and thoroughly enjoyable.If [...]

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    8. Seriously what are you still doing here, reading this review?Oh I know, you're looking at the cover.I have a suggestion.Don't.Pretend it doesn't exist.Throw it to the wolves.Because as sure as hell do not, I repeat, DO NOT MISS THIS M/M FANTASTICNESS.See?I'm making new words already, so that is always a good sign.The covers will burn your eyes.Make you wish you were blind.But this series will certainly not.

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    9. Posted May 25, 20134 Stars to a sweet novella about two guys unexpected love in CollegeI want to start by saying that I really enjoyed this cozy story. It is not very long and I read it in a single sitting and turning, all the way, eagerly to the next page. When I got to the last page, I was almost a little sad that the author has not built out the story a bit more and made a complete novel. So much more could be developed about these two main characters. They are just adorable and makes me so w [...]

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    10. This was a cute, fun, hot book. I enjoyed the story the Mc's were very likable. my only complaint was that it was short.If you're looking for a fun, smexy, and no angst story, you can read this.

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    11. This story was hot and also sweet. I really enjoyed my visit to Holsum College.The story, in brief:Chris, a soccer jock, moves into a new dorm room and discovers that his next door neighbor, whose every word and move he can hear through the paper-thin walls, is none other than Peter, the openly gay guy he shared a tent - (view spoiler)[and some accidental morning wood (hide spoiler)] - with during his transfer student orientation trip. They quickly form a friendship and, after some soul-searchin [...]

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    12. 3.5 starsMy biggest complaint is that I wanted this one to be longer and beefed up with more background information about Peter and Chris; their pasts are only lightly sketched in. We find out Chris's mom just passed away, but nothing about his dad or the rest of his family. We know next to nothing about Peter, except he's Jewish and has always known he was gay and has a sister who's almost 18. In a way, I didn't mind this as much as I should have because these are college guys (barely 21) and t [...]

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    13. I received this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.A fun and sexy read. I liked the characters both primary, and secondary. Even the characters who seemed a bit stereotypical had depth, and interest. I liked the progression of Peter and Chris's relationship. I especially liked their first sexual encounter together. It really capture the awkward reality of sex, and didn't feel like scripted porn. For me, sometimes, it's moments like these that make the characters more human, and [...]

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    14. Very good m/m romance about a college student who changes dorms partway through the semester, after his mom dies, so he can have some time alone, away from the soccer teammates he'd been rooming with. Strangely, he finds he's ok with talking through the wall with the gay guy who lives next door

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    15. A wonderful novella about falling in love! Chris and Peter both attend Holsum College, a small liberal school in New York. Chris is a star soccer player whose mom recently died. He decided he needed some space, so he moved out of the dorm he shared with 2 of his teammates and into a single room in a dorm across campus. His next door neighbor Peter is openly gay. Chris is not. Chris has dated girls in the past, though he doesn’t have much experience with the opposite sex. He soon discovers that [...]

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    16. Chris is a sweet, straight, southern boy, attending a small liberal college. His move to a new dorm room puts him right next door to Peter, a friendly gay man who is out and proud. The wall between their small rooms is paper thin, and the two become fast friends, talking though plaster as if it's not even there.Peter has a huge crush on Chris, and he never dreams the attraction may be returned. But that's exactly what begins to happen. Chris slowly accepts his attraction and curiosity about Pete [...]

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    17. It was sweet and I actually liked the MC's.But, It was a bit boring at times and very predictable.

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    18. Cute and an easy read. Exactly what I was looking for. Fairly low on the angst as well. Hope we get to see Nathaniel's story soon!

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    19. A cute, fun, sexy read that I devoured in a few hours. I really liked the realistic awkwardness of Chris' first sexual explorations with another man, clumsiness and sweatiness and all, and the budding relationship between Peter and Chris. The characterizations were well done within the context of the plot. Peter is out, Chris is not sure what he is, but can't deny his growing attraction to his next room neighbor. While their romance is perhaps somewhat improbable, this is a romance novel after a [...]

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    20. 4 ½ stars. Well done. Hot sex scenes. Nice relationship development.Chris believes he is straight. Peter is his gay next door roommate. Chris learns that he is very turned on with Peter. Most of the story consists of sex scenes. The guys pleasure themselves and later each other. There is rear door activity. Man, this was hot. They had some great passion. I really enjoyed it. There’s not a lot of story outside of the sex, but the story was fine. The main plot was developing the relationship. I [...]

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    21. Thank you for the author recommendation Tina K.! I have read a few of the Men of Holsum College series, and this one is a great reminder of how good they are! I'm excited Daisy Harris has a new novel From the Ashes (featuring FIREFIGHTERS!) coming out this summer and it is sure to be a goodie!Thanks Tina!!!!

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    22. I should know better by now. I go in for fun and smut and always come back with my heart handed to me. This book was no exception. So Chris is moving into a new hall at school, one where he will get more privacy as this room is a single but what he quickly learns is the "wall" between he and his roommate is so thin they can hear each other breathe. Oh yeah, they can hear that and a whole lot more. Chris Fischer and his new wall mate, Peter Cohen have a bit of history and it involves tents of all [...]

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    23. Chris is a straight, soccer playing college student who lost his mother to cancer. He is having a difficult time of it, so he moves out of the “jock dorm” he had been living into a single room, where he can hopefully start to heal. The single room was actually part of a double until administration merely put a wall in the middle to make two. Coincidentally, his “roommate” on the other side of the wall is Peter, an openly gay student who Chris had once shared a tent (and a little cuddle) [...]

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    24. Lovin’ the af­ter­glow “Yeah.” Nathaniel looked from Chris to Peter, his ex­pres­sion wry. “Lovin’ the af­ter­glow. But I’m going to wait some­where that’s not a bath­room.Cuteort.sweetterglow going on for my first cherry-busting read by Ms. Daisy. Appreciate that. Would have been even better with some more face-time and ball-time (soccer-ball-time-u-gutter-dwellers). But if a writer does a passable job with a plot involving a ball.bbing some skinspreading some juice and lo [...]

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    25. This a hot and sweet book!!! I love Peter's tenderness and Chris's courage!!! I love this book!!!

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    26. 4.5 StarsAfter his mother’s death, Chris struggles to deal with the lack of privacy that dorm living brings. Deciding to move into a single room, he is conscious that the man that will be living next door is the only man ever to arouse him; his old campmate Peter. Knowing that they had kind of resolved the situation that occurred at camp, Chris doesn’t foresee any awkwardness between the two of them. Of course, that is until he realises just how thin the walls are between the two of them. Ab [...]

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    27. College student Chris moves into a single room in the dorm Cooper Hall, after his mother dies. Just tired of being around his roommates who are loud and don’t really understand what he is going through, he feels the need to for some alone time. What he doesn’t count on is the fact that the wall that separates his room from the guy next door is very thin. So thin, you can hear every word spoken, and every creak of the bed. The man that lives next door to him is named Peter and an openly gay m [...]

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    28. College Boys is a sweet love story between out and proud Peter and jock Chris. Peter and Chris first met when they shared a tent on a camping trip at the beginning of their junior year, when Chris transferred into the school. Chris has been unable to forget waking up spooned up against Peter’s back with an obvious arousal and Peter has had a crush on straight guy Chris ever since. Following the death of Chris’s mother, he moves out of his dorm that he shared with others on the soccer team, i [...]

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    29. This is the story of Chris, the sporty soccer player and Peter, his gay neighbour who lives in the dorm room next door. Chris has not acknowledged his true sexuality but has all the signs of not being straight. Peter has a huge crush on Chris but doesn't want to push him if he is not ready and also has no desire to date anyone still in the closet.From the blurb, I was expecting a pretty straight forward plot, following a fairly standard formula for college gay-for-you/coming out. However, the au [...]

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    30. This review was originally written for The Romance Reviews and can also be found there.What to say except that this was close to perfection. Daisy Harris knows her way around a romance, and creating sexual tension for her seems as easy as breathing.Chris is a college student who has just lost his mother and in his need to have some time alone, to grieve in peace, he leaves his roommates and moves to the other side of campus into a single room. What he didn't know when he first accepted the room [...]

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