Little Stalker

Erica Pike
Little Stalker
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Publisher
Ice Cave Publishing
Release Date
November 2012
ISBN
9789935915436
Series
Book 4 of College Fun and Gays
Genre
Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, LGBTQ, New Adult

SUMMARY
College student Coby is being stalked by a young guy and has no idea why until someone suggests that the stalker may have a crush on him. The idea both excites and terrifies Coby, who is so deep in the closet he can barely manage to think the word "gay" without freaking out.

This title was previously released with a different cover.

Book Review by Breann (reviewer)
Sep 17, 2013   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
173 people found the following review helpful
I'm pretty sure I said this about the last book in this series, but LITTLE STALKER is my favorite so far.

Coby has had a little stalker for about a month now. Of course, nobody believed him because the sneaky little guy ran off before anyone else could spot him. Not only was the idea of being stalked a little freaky to Coby, but also because he's turned on by this guy who's following him. He's been straight all his life, or at least, trying to be straight all his life. Finally, Coby was able to catch the guy who's been not-so-secretly watching him from behind trees and starring in his fantasies.

Upon meeting, Coby started to realize that maybe he's not as straight as he thinks. This is a huge thing to discover, but it doesn't excuse horrible behavior. He did and said some pretty despicable things to his stalker out of anger. Anger, not towards the stalker, but because he finally admitted to himself that he's gay. It made it a little hard to root for him, especially when his stalker was the sweetest little thing you ever did see.

His stalker was a guy named Grayson. He's not just any guy, but one of the most adorable guys I've ever had the pleasure to read about. He was so loveable and sweet towards Coby. He genuinely liked Coby and just wanted the chance to talk to him. Stalking isn't the most productive or normal reaction, but he's so cute that it's excusable. But make no mistake. While he's shy and sweet, he's no doormat. Grayson's had a hard life and was forced to make some hard decisions in order to survive.

LITTLE STALKER is a very emotional read. This series has been so light and fun that I didn't expect to get teary-eyed, but I did. Some things came out about Grayson that were terribly sad, and since he's so darn loveable, it made it all the more heartbreaking to read about. I love some angst in my romance, so this was a very nice surprise for me.

I do wish it were a tad longer, just a chapter more would have been great. I like to read about my guys basking in the HEA afterglow and, in this series, the books are over too soon for me.

I've really enjoyed what I've read of this series so far, so I knew this would be a winner, and it was. I can't wait to see what else Ms Pike has in store for these cute college guys!
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