Love doesn't come with a syllabus.
Kelly Davidson has waited what seems like forever to graduate high school and get out of his small-minded, small town. But when he arrives at Hope University, he quickly realizes finding his Prince Charming isn't so easy. Everyone here is already out. In fact, Kelly could be the only virgin on campus.
Worst of all, he’s landed the charming, handsome, gay campus Casanova as a roommate, whose bed might as well be equipped with a revolving door.
Walter Lucas doesn't believe in storybook love. Everyone is better off having as much fun as possible with as many people as possible…except his shy, sad little sack of a roommate is seriously screwing up his world view.
As Walter sets out to lure Kelly out of his shell, staying just friends is harder than he anticipated. He discovers love is a crash course in determination. To make the grade, he’ll have to finally show up for class…and overcome his own private fear that love was never meant to last.
Warning: This story contains lingering glances, milder than usual sexual content for this author, and a steamy dance-floor kiss. Story has no dairy or egg content, but may contain almonds.
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REVIEW - 3 STARS
This was a book about finding yourself and love while facing the challenges that college and being gay bring with them. This had a good plot and storyline to it as well as good characters, the only reason I am not giving it a higher star rating is the book drones on and on...and on....I was starting to think I was reading a new version of the never ending story. I'd constantly catch myself checking to see how much progress I had made and when it would be something like 30% I'd inwardly grown and think to myself no way I've read so much more than just that. With that being said I did like the two main characters, Kelly and Walter, they also had some good supporting characters as well. The story itself was a heartfelt somewhat coming of age sort of bit and I liked it I just think the author should have shortened it a little, but this is just my feelings and opinion on this book you should definitely read it and form your own for this book because you may feel differently about the length if the book.
Heidi Cullinan has always loved a good love story, provided it has a happy ending. She enjoys writing across many genres but loves above all to write happy, romantic endings for LGBT characters because there just aren't enough of those stories out there. When Heidi isn't writing, she enjoys cooking, reading, knitting, listening to music, and watching television with her husband and ten-year-old daughter. Heidi also volunteers frequently for her state's LGBT rights group, One Iowa, and is proud to be from the first midwestern state to legalize same-sex marriage.