Thursday, July 20, 2017

Review: My Anti-Boyfriend by D. J. Jamison

My Anti-Boyfriend 
(My Anti-Series #2)
by D.J. Jamison
Genre: M/M Romance
Release Date: June 30, 2017

Brad has everyone fooled. He's the casual, sexy friend. The fun-time guy who sleeps around. Except not really. There's one man who holds his heart: his best friend -- with benefits -- Riley. Too bad Riley has no interest in a relationship, and as far as Brad can tell, never will. But once Brad acknowledges his freelings for Riley, he can't continue to ignore them. He pulls back, trying to find a way to shut down his hurting heart so he can remain Riley's friend.

Riley has everything he needs: a decent job, plenty of hookups, and his wingman Brad, who also makes for great fun in the sack. He's happily oblivious, until Brad starts avoiding him. Riley is baffled when Brad starts skipping regular nights at the gay club, fails to return calls and otherwise ignores him. He can't imagine what he's done wrong, and when he finally corners Brad and learns the truth, he's scared to death one more person is going to abandon him. He misses Brad like crazy -- both the friend and the lover -- but he's never even considered a relationship.

Now Brad and Riley have a choice to make: friends or lovers. Riley's days of having his cake and eating it too are over. Then again, maybe Brad is tasty enough to keep a man satisfied.

This is so good and I even got it when is free. Don't look down in this 58 pages, it was filled with so much emotion and passion that I find myself in a sob-fest.

Brad and Riley are best friends that hooked up often enough that Brad starting to develop feelings for his bff. Too bad Riley still view him as a piece of sure thing if he is too lazy to do the work of cruising for fresh meat. Riley is oppose to anything resemble a relationship, he is too jaded for romance.

Before you are irked out by their manwhore lifestyle, this book started at the point where by Brad wish for something different and giving off weird vibe to Riley. Oh poor Brad. I feel so bad for him for all his pining and unrequited love. So much emotion pouring through the pages while reading Brad's heartache. But Riley also is not having any better. He is thinking why is his best friend acting all weird and he can't seems to reconcile the fact that he might be losing Brad. 

Gah! These two guys really did it for me. This book is fucking short, yet I love every little bits of it.