A simple romance with some college fraternity drama leads to an interesting tale.
Kyler Morris applies to the most sought after fraternity on campus. Hunter Kingsley, their leader, accepts Kyler and takes him under his wing to teach him the ropes. Some of the fraternity brothers don’t like to play nice, and the two new friends must cope with their budding romance and fraternity troubles.
Kyler Morris and Hunter Kingsley are both very nice people. They come across as charming young men who want to make a difference in the world. They also both love art very much, giving them something significant in common. Neither of them has been in a relationship before so it was fun watching them dance around each other without playing any games.
The story takes place over several months so there is ample time for them to get to know each other. There was also enough dialogue for us to get to know the characters. There were a few events that brought some heaviness to the story surrounding some of the other fraternity brothers and their bigotry.
Overall, a sweet romance between two young college students who are experiencing a relationship for the first time.
Originally reviewed for The Romance Reviews. Complimentary copy provided by author/publisher for an honest review.
When arts student Kyler Morris applies for membership to The Nova Britannia Brotherhood, he’s immediately floored by their intimidating leader, Hunter Kingsley. Fellow arts student Hunter, however, isn’t the bad-ass he’s made out to be and takes Kyler under his wing.
While Kyler struggles to keep his crush under control and his sexuality hidden from the Brothers, Hunter battles daemons of his own in the form of two Brothers who aren’t playing by the rules.