Freed by Lisa Jones
Overview: Dylan’s entire identity – his entire state of being – is wrapped up in being a straight man. It’s the way he’s lived for all of his twenty-one years and is the only thing he knows. Without his cheerleaders and prom queens, without his alpha male jock buddies, and his sense of self-worth that’s tightly interwoven with his perception of masculine heterosexuality, Dylan doesn’t know what to do with himself.
Wesley is unapologetically gay. I’d never say it to anybody else, but I admire that about him. I admire the fact that he is who he is and makes no apologies for it. He’s comfortable in his own skin and is happy doing his own thing. He’s not intimidated by anybody. Lives his life the way he wants to live it – for himself.
Genre: Fiction > Romance MM