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Released: April 24, 2013
Genre: Contemporary Romance, LGBT
Series: Chemistry #1
“ORGANIC CHEMISTRY seemed real. About two real characters who had already been out but still had other issues to deal with. ” ~Under the Covers
This was a cute story and a bit closer to what I liked about Andrew Grey in the past. We have a young professor, Brendon, who is too smart and too involved in his work. He’s that awkward guy that is not very comfortable in social situations, mainly because he’s never been living in “the real world”. For him, it’s all about his research.
I love when that type of guy ends up falling for the jock. And that’s Sean. He’s the assistant football coach and is immediately taken with Brendon. There’s something incredibly sweet about Sean drawing Brendon out of his shell.
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY seemed real. About two real characters who had already been out but still had other issues to deal with. Sean also deals with acceptance in the football team that one of their coaches is gay. Just as Brendon deals with work issues as well.
I am happy to see another cute story by Mr. Grey and I am looking forward to my next read.
*Review copy provided by publisher
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