Saturday, April 12, 2014

We're Both Straight, Right? by Jamie Fessenden

Title: We're Both Straight, Right?
Author: Jamie Fessenden
My Rating: B

Genre: Contemporary Romance (m/m)
Series: -
Main Characters: Zack and Larry
Release Date: June 2011
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Links to Purchase
Sexual Intensity: hot

Story Overview:
Zack and Larry have been best friends since middle school and are now college roommates. But when Larry hears that other guys they know are getting paid to have gay sex on camera, he convinces Zack that they could pick up some quick, easy cash by being in one of these films… together.

If Zack thinks making a gay porn film with his best friend is disturbing, he is absolutely horrified when Larry proposes they “rehearse” for the film so they won’t be nervous in front of the director. As the they fumble their way through a checklist of sexual positions and acts, Zack finds himself seeing Larry in an entirely new light—a very sexy new light, and possibly a romantic one, as well. But does Larry feel the same? Or is this all for easy money?

My Review:
This was a purely fun, entertaining little read. As a mother of a college student living in the dorms, it was entirely too easy to see how this situation could develop. O.O 

I loved these guys....just in purely how awkward they are. These are normal teenage guys struggling to meet girls, but they are best friends and have been that way for a long time. They completely trust each ways they never would with anyone when the money offer is made in a gay for pay scheme, they accept as long as they can do the scene together. They certainly never expect to enjoy the whole process. 

Go into reading this book knowing that you are not going to get deep reading. It's fun and a bit sweet. Larry is the clueless of the two. Zack is the more deep thinker, but they're broke college students and really don't think through what the repercussions could mean to them later. I smiled a lot while reading it and enjoyed the hour I put into it. Pure fun.

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