- Siren-Bookstrand, Inc
- Release Date
- October 2012
- Book 8 of Men of Holsum College
Contemporary Romance, LGBTQ
They say a guy can never be too hung. Well, Harold Jacobs doesn't know who they are, but they're wrong. Socially awkward for as long as he can remember, Harold feels his enormous package is just one more thing to be embarrassed about. Especially once hunky and popular Owen McKenzie notices it in the showers.
Owen knows he's bi, but he keeps that secret close to his chest. He likes Harold, and wants to help him shed his dorky image and maybe even find a boyfriend. Still, Owen can't stop obsessing about Harold's equipment. And much as he doesn't want to flip-flop on his sexuality, Owen does want to test-drive what Harold has between his legs.
Their friendship erupts into full-blown lust. But can Owen accept the loss of his golden-child status and be Harold's boyfriend? And can Harold outgrow his insecurity in time to keep the man he loves?
Nov 27, 2012 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
100 people found the following review helpful
New installment of the Holsum College series brings us plenty of humor, cute guys and the already familiar hotness quality this author writes in spades.
Harold is an extremely shy student whose life has been severely influenced by his physical appearance. Unlike most stories where the 'strange' factor is focused on scars, weight or something equally usual, Harold's problem is in his pants, and it's anything but small. Dressing to hide his size, he's more of a ghost in the halls than someone real, that is until Owen sees him showering one night and decides to help Harold come out of his shell.
The beginning of this story had me laughing so hard I had tears in my eyes. It was truly brilliant and made me love this story instantly. Daisy Harris did a great job in showing us just how insecure someone can be and how it can influence his life. I loved Harold and his innocent need to prove himself over and over again. He is one of those characters who deserve only the best and you want that for them from the first page.
Now Owen was not my kind of character. He was too flimsy, indecisive and nowhere near good enough for Harold. In fact, that was what I kept thinking the whole while – that Harold deserves better. I thought their story moved too quickly and there wasn't enough detail to show us why Owen was the right guy for Harold and how he helped him be okay with his size.
Nonetheless, this is a great addition to the series. It will make you laugh, squirm and blush for all the right reasons and you will come out of it satisfied. I warmly recommend it.
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