I don’t know why I thought something with a title having a play at Fifty Shades of Grey could be not as bad as Fifty Shades of Grey.
Ela@The Queer Bookish
Queer book blogger | twentysomething | employee at a German publishing house
It was exhausting but in a good way, if that makes any sense at all.
Of course The Gays have to be hot and they must have hot monkey sex as often as possible. Otherwise the book isn’t worth anything. Duh.
2016 was a (kinda) shitty year worldwide, but at least we get to take some good books out of it. Here’s to a better year 2017!
Take notes, Santa! *hint hint*
They are just… they’re true somehow? Like, they are young adults
But you probably want to know why and I’m willing – so very, very willing – to explain why. Although I’ll rather fangirl about it than explain…
Will is being seriously abused by his boyfriend and in the course of two months without any therapy or any work at all really, he’s not traumatized?
I think I won’t be reading anymore by David Connor.
It reminded me a little of Transformed: San Francisco to be honest. You probably shouldn’t read those two without some time in between.