Xo, Blake By Avery AsterGenre : New Adult, Romance, Erotica, Funny, Fiction, MM Romance
Expected publication: June 9th 2015
For fans of the dark comedy BDSM film Tie Me Up, Tie Me Down comes an erotic exploration in domination and submission where Ivy League students let their naughtiest desires run wild…
If you think my besties Lex, Taddy, and Vive have had some bad luck earlier this year, cut to me at Glamorama. Last thing I remembered was dancing with Diego and Miguel from my English class, when the room started… spinning. And not in a good way! We got sick. Think Regan in The Exorcist. Taddy was rushed to the hospital. Holding on for dear life, I was carried out by the boys and taken back to their dorm.
Now I’m waking up in Diego’s bed and Miguel keeps staring at me from across the room. I’ve wanted to get into these dudes’ pants since the first day of class. But Diego told me he likes to be tied up and—wait for it—spanked. WTF! The news on TV reports that last night we all got roofied. And Vive just texted me saying that someone is out to kill her. Could this semester get any more bizarre? -–Blake Morgan, college freshman, gay best friend, virgin
The Undergrad Years is a new adult contemporary miniseries about first loves, independence, and everlasting friendships.
Blake and his friends got to a night club Glamorama with his gal pals and a night of dancing turned downward when everyone around them was getting sick. Blake was lucky enough to be taken under the wing of his former crushes while his friends and other bystanders in the club ended up in the hospital. As things start to progress Blake and his former crush Diego relationship starts to heat up.
Overall I really enjoyed this book it was fun and steamy and I love his friends who are over dramatic and just great characters. I've been following along with this series and getting to know Blake and his amazing friends. I enjoyed seeing the attraction between Diego and Blake but I'm wondering a bit more about Miguel.
This was a great book and fun to read I suggest you lovely readers to check out this book. For those of you who are new to this book and series I suggest you read the others books first to get to know a bit more about Diego and the others as well as seeing them in their adult books.
Sometimes we keep the ones we love from knowing the truth about us, who we are, what we've done, because we don't want to hurt them. In the long run, are we only making it worse?