Thursday, June 30, 2016

About Last Night by Caitlin Ricci

Title: About Last Night
Series: Thornwood, 2
Author: Caitlin Ricci
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: MM, Contemporary
Pages: 200
Reviewer: Redz












Publisher's Blurb
Before jumping into his first semester of college, Thomas Maloney decides to lose his virginity at a party to a stranger he’s sure he’ll never see again. Only the next day, he’s surprised to learn the same one-night stand will be sharing his dorm room. Thomas considers himself lucky, but his new roommate—not so much.

Closeted as they come, football jock Remington “Rem” Daniels is on track for a shot at the pros. Rem tries to play it cool and avoid falling for the confidently gay Thomas, which could hurt his chances. Dealing with their constant need to get in bed together wouldn’t be so hard if Rem didn’t have a girlfriend and Thomas didn't have a conscience.

When she delivers news that will change Rem’s life forever, Thomas knows it’s time to move back home to Thornwood, Colorado. But neither the distance nor knowing Rem belongs to someone else helps Thomas get over him. Rem’s feelings haven’t changed either. When it comes down to love or football, Rem will have to make the hardest choice of his life and hope Thomas will still be waiting for him when he does.








Review

About Last Night is the second book in the Thornwood series by Caitlin Ricci. I adore Ms. Ricci's work always a lot of great emotion and story for me to sink into. This book is no exception.
Thomas comes from a very small Colorado town. Doesn't want to go to college with his V card still intact. He just wants one night of sex. I liked Thomas. He is young, but he is still got a great heart and sweet personality.
Rem he is a closet gay. Star football player. He wants a change to play for the NFL. He has a girlfriend. But he cannot stop wanting Thomas. For the first time ever, he has found someone he loves both in and out of bed.
This is a college coming of age story. Each person in this story has a lot of growing to do. Learning to accept yourself just the way you are and not caring what society says you must be. I really enjoyed this one and would love to read more in the Thornwood series and see who falls in love next and how it works out. 



                        Five Shooting Stars 


 

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