Good Boy, By Anne Tenino

**This book contains Male Male Relations**


Brad “Frat Boy” Feller and Sebastian “Toppy” DeWitt have been together for nine months, and their relationship is as hot as ever. The only cloud Brad sees on their horizon is Sebastian’s stress over his thesis. And their uncertain future together after graduation. And how Sebastian sometimes takes Brad for granted. And Sebastian’s unwillingness to introduce Brad to his father.

Other than that, everything’s awesome.

All of Sebastian’s energy is currently devoted to his thesis, and getting into a top-notch PhD program. Fortunately, his boyfriend takes care of all the domestic stuff and Sebastian’s needs. Any minor strain between them will disappear and they’ll return to the status quo after Sebastian graduates. As long as nothing upsets their delicate balance in the meantime.

Then a friend Brad once had a small fling with is forced to take refuge with them, and Frat Boy and Toppy’s delicate balance topples like an elephant on a waterski. Now Sebastian has to face some truths about how he’s been treating Brad, what he wants for their future, and what he has to do to get it.
                I had read Frat Boy and Toppy a while ago and I did enjoy reading that story.  So imagine my surprise when I found out that this book was coming out!  I couldn’t believe my luck when I was given an ARC of the story and was able to find out what was going on with Brad and Sebastian since we left them at the end of their pervious story.
                I do enjoy follow up stories when it comes to some great characters, and this couple is one that I was hoping we would find out more about.  I have to say that I was excited with how this book went along.  I usually don’t like shorter stories, but I think that this one was just the right length.
                I thought it was great how Brad and Sebastian were having problems, I know I’m one of those gluttons for punishment people but I like it when characters have real life issues.  I felt so bad for Brad during the story because Sebastian was acting like a complete jerk.  But I do have to say that I was completely excited for the ending of the story and I didn’t see that all happening!
                Overall, I think this is a great continuation of Frat Boy and Toppy and it’s a must read if you have read that book!
Click HERE to read my review of Frat Boy And Toppy!