A Family of his Own is part 2 in the Mannies Incorporated Series by Sean…
The story is about Sloane, who finds himself at University with little or no friends. He decides to join a fraternity in order to get to know some people.
One of the people he lives with is Hank Springfield, a tough guy to look at with lots of muscles, tattoos and a beard. He is also the brother of the frat captain Micah.
Sloanes parents decide to cancel their plans for Christmas, leaving Sloane stranded. Micah invites him to come along to his parents for the holiday, which means Hank will also be there.
Sloane feels very attracted to Hank, but is there any way a guy like Hank will feel the same about him? And even if he is gay, would he fall for a guy like Sloane? During the holiday, Sloane decides to unwrap the mystery that is called Hank.
At first I didn’t like the story very much, but it kind of grows on you. Nothing really exciting happens and the story is over before the good parts happen, but all in all the story is not bad. Maybe I will give more Eli Easton a try in the future.
Sloane loves a good mystery. He grew up as the son of two psychiatrists, so he finds most people tediously easy to figure out. He finds his way to Pennsylvania State University, longing for a rural experience, and ends up being lured into joining a frat by Micah Springfield, the hippest guy on campus.
Nothing in Sloane’s classes is as intriguing as Hank Springfield, Micah’s brother and fellow frat house member. Hank looks like a tough guy—big muscles, tatts, and a beard—but his eyes are soft and sweet. He acts dumb, but he’s a philosophy major. He’s presumably straight, but then why does Sloane feel such crazy chemistry whenever Hank is around? And why does Hank hate Sloane so much?
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