Off Campus – Bend or Break #1
Bookreview / March 31, 2015

Off Campus is part 1 in the Bend or Break series. Being me, I started with part 2 and then part 1. Read the review of part 2┬áhere. In this first part we meet Tom ‘Worthy’ Worthington. Because of a crime his father committed, Tom feels guilty and left alone. He has no money, no friends and is struggling very hard to make sure atleast his education works out. He spends months sleeping in his car, making money wherever he can. Finally he manages to get back into student housing, especially for older students. But his new room comes with a room mate, Reese Anders. And Reese is gay, very gay and not ashamed about it. He is determined to get Tom out of his room as soon as possible. And the way to do it is to drag a different boy in his bed every day and have sex as much as possible to make Tom feel uncomfortable. But does it make Tom feel that way? Tom finds it more and more difficult to ignore his feelings, wants and desires. Until one night….. but Tom is sure he is not good enough for Reese and Reese will run for…

Nothing Like Paris – Bend or Break #2
Bookreview / March 27, 2015

Nothing Like Paris is the second novel in the Bend or Break series and of course is a continuation of the events in part 1. In part 1 we met Jack Tarkington who got kicked out of college for harassing some guy. He has no choice but to return home to the small Iowa town he once ran away from. And in returning he also meets up again with his old lover Miguel (who prefers to be called Mike), now the owner of a small coffeeshop in town. They never officially ended their relationship, Jack just left town without ending it. Miguel is still angry with Jack, but there is no denying the attraction that is still there between them. Will they be able to set aside their diffences and make it work once again? Will they stay together this time? I can’t remember ever reading anything by this author, but I must say I really liked this story. Of course I read part 2 before part 1, but that doesn’t really matter. Both books can be read separate without missing to much. Characters are described well, the setting is rural America, which I love very much. The attraction and…