College was supposed to be about figuring out careers and goals, not what turned you on in the bedroom.
When a class project pushes a confused Adrian in an interesting new direction, he’s not sure what to do. His focus in college has always been on grades, but he doesn’t know if he’s ready to do what it takes to get an A in his Human Sexuality course.
Watching Adrian stumble into the world of puppy play and kink shouldn’t interest Owen as much as it does. The fact that they don’t really know each other doesn’t matter, not when they’re technically too close to even think about one another that way. But something won’t let Owen walk away from a floundering Adrian.
When an embarrassing situation meets a sarcastic remark, sparks fly in the most unusual way.
Story Contains: Puppy play, and M/M sexual content of a taboo nature that some readers may find objectionable. Please read the sample or check out the authors’ websites for a larger excerpt.
This was so good. I was very skeptical about reading this book because if there’s something that is out of my comfort zone, that’s puppy play and this book have plenty of it. I still decide to give it a try and it end up being a good decision since I really liked it.
I still don’t like puppy play, that hasn’t change one bit, but there were the other things about the book that made me enjoy it so much. I loved the Adrian’s study subject because his trying to understand things, made me want to try and do the same, try to understand the reasons. It might not have end up the same way for me as it did for him, but I still had a good time.
What I liked the most about it were the characters, both of them were so nice. Adrian was so sweet and shy, he was easy to like. I did have few issues with him, I found him a little bit annoying at times, maybe he was a bit too shy for my taste, but in general he was really nice. I also liked Owen a lot, he seem to be more self-confident, but it was great to see what was under that rough exterior. The way they start their relationship, as a couple, it was very interesting. I loved the way they started to connect, to know each other a little better. The sweet moments between them were the ones I enjoy the most, sure it had some really hot scenes, but it was the more subtle things like smiles, caresses and kisses that I loved the most.
Overall it was a really nice and sweet book. I was expecting something more in the darker side, considering the subjects addressed, but I was pleasantly surprise by its sweetness.