Friday Freebie Rec : Off Campus by Amy Jo Cousins

Posted February 16, 2018 by Nix in Friday Freebies / 1 Comment

 

Friday Freebie Rec is a new feature and in it I will highlight a free Romance book that I recommend. Some will be old and some will be new … ALL will have been read by me and enjoyed. Let’s hope you find some new authors readers 🙂

 

 

Tags : M/M, Romance, NA

Everyone’s got secrets. Some are just harder to hide.

With his father’s ponzi scheme assets frozen, Tom Worthington believes finishing college is impossible unless he can pay his own way. After months sleeping in his car and gypsy-cabbing for cash, he’s ready to do just that.

But his new, older-student housing comes with an unapologetically gay roommate. Tom doesn’t ask why Reese Anders has been separated from the rest of the student population. He’s just happy to be sleeping in a bed.

Reese isn’t about to share his brutal story with his gruff new roommate. You’ve seen one homophobic jock, you’ve seen ’em all. He plans to drag every twink on campus into his bed until Tom moves out. But soon it becomes clear Tom isn’t budging.

Tom isn’t going to let some late-night sex noise scare him off, especially when it’s turning him on. But he doesn’t want any drama either. He’ll keep his hands, if not his eyes, to himself. Boundaries have a way of blurring when you start sharing truths, though. And if Tom and Reese cross too many lines, they may need to find out just how far they can bend… before they break.

Warning: This book contains cranky roommates who vacillate between lashing out and licking, some male/male voyeurism, emotional baggage that neither guy wants to unpack, and the definitive proof that sound carries in college housing.

One response to “Friday Freebie Rec : Off Campus by Amy Jo Cousins

  1. Nicki S

    I’ve had this on my Kindle for awhile and recently saw it promoted again as a freebie. Sounds like a good story from what you posted here, although I’m not a fan of twinks myself (probably because I have a 12 year-old son). I’ve never read the author before, and “bought” it to sample her style. Any hints about the author’s vibe?

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