Wednesday, July 2, 2008

Calendar Boys June: Commencement

Book Title: Calendar Boys June: Commencement
Author: Jamie Craig
Publisher: Amber Quill
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ISBN: 978-1-60272-280-4
Genre: Gay Contemporary Series
Nymph Rating: 4 Nymphs
Literary Nymph Reviewer: Mystical Nymph

Andrew Parish sat through four years of classes with Professor Levi McCrea. They’ve talked, sparred and challenged each other, day after day, often disrupting an entire class while doing it. Now it’s time for Andrew to graduate and he’s finally getting the chance to tell Levi how he feels about him. When he shows up at Levi’s front door on the eve of his graduation Levi doesn’t know what to think. He doesn’t associate with students outside of the classroom and he certainly doesn’t date them. Since Andrew is still technically a student until after the ceremony the next day, Levi doesn’t have any choice but to tell him no. Levi’s refusal doesn’t dissuade him and Andrew vows to return the next day. After all it’s already been four years. What’s one more day?

June: Commencement is the latest release in the Calendar Boys series and it’s another keeper read written by the talented duo writing under the name Jamie Craig. The story is rather short at a little over seventy pages, but those pages are filled with interesting characters, witty dialogue, realistic situations and explosive sex. I liked these guys…in fact I liked them so much I wished this story had been longer. The age difference between these two lovers could have lead to many intriguing conflicts, including Levi’s introduction to Andrews’s parents. That’s one meeting I’d loved to have read about. Get it. Read it. Enjoy it!

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