A M/M Romance: "Frat Boy and Toppy"
By One Good Book Deserves Another on October 11, 2012
Every now and then I happen upon a book title that stops me in my tracks and makes me think, "That's so AWESOME!" More often than not, it's not a book that would probably not normally read. The most recent title to do this is Anne Tenino's Frat Boy and Toppy, a m/m romance novel. I love the title but it was really Tracy's review at One Good Book Deserves Another that caught my attention. - Karen
I loved Tenino's authorial voice. It's got a lovely a mix of witty sarcasm and tongue-in-cheek humor that always appeals to me. It comes through with wonderful clarity in the narrative and imbues both Brad and Sebastian with a sense of lighthearted sexiness that keeps this story far from any significant amount of pathos or angst.
I really enjoyed seeing a coming-out tale that wasn't mired down by a bunch of emotional dreck. There's certainly a place for the serious, emotion-pummeling stuff. I have enjoyed many a thoughtful, heartfelt, intense M/M read, but I also love getting a healthy dose of temperature-raising smutty goodness with lots to chuckle about besides. And that is exactly what Tenino offers readers with this one."
Read more from Frat Boy and Toppy by Anne Tenino at One Good Book Deserves Another
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