Julian Hallowell is a recent college graduate, tends bar, and is in love with Danny Wallace, his roommate. Julian has tried to get Danny to fall in love with him for a year and, having failed to do so, has decided to move on. He does this by saying yes when Andy Baker, who is new in town, asks him out. The only question remains, did Julian give up too soon?
As You Are was a fun, entertaining read. I liked reading about Julian, Danny and their various friends and family members. It was interesting to see how their relationship progressed (or lacked progression). Great reading!
Genre: LGBT Erotic Contemporary
Operation Danny…that’s all bartender and recent college graduate, Julian Hallowell has had on his mind the past year. Julian may have no idea what he wants to do with his life, but he definitely knows he‘s in love with the boy next door: the next door down the hall to be exact, housing his roommate and used textbook store owner Danny Wallace.
While Julian has done his level best to make Danny fall for him, all his hard work has been in vain. Danny doesn’t seem to view Julian as anything other than a roommate and friend. So when new guy in town Andy Baker asks him out on a date, Julian can’t think of a good reason to say no.
Instead, he institutes a Reverse Operation Danny plan, which he’s positive will purge all thoughts of love and lust for his roomie out of his head. He’s ready to move on and start looking for his next Mr. Right, and Andy just might fit the bill. But has he given up too soon?
Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Anal play/intercourse, male/male sexual practices.