Tyler is a gay athlete, frat boy and scholarship student. When his current finance leaves him short on his frat dues, he reaches out to the fraternity treasurer for help. Mitch sends him to talk to Mitch's twin about a job at the cider mill where Sawyer works, in a bit of obvious matchmaking. Sawyer and Tyler realize that their attraction is mutual right away and begin dating.
This book is really just a sweet, short read. There is no real crisis that needs to be resolved, just a story of two college students finding each other and trying to find time in their schedules to be together. I really enjoyed the scenes of Sawyer taking care of Tyler during his illness and the one where they made up
for missing the Halloween party at Tyler's frat house. Although I have not read any others in this series, I did not feel like I was missing anything starting with this book.
Running After David (Birds of Prey 2)
Author: Jackie Nacht & Stephanie Hecht
Length: 104 pages
Genres: urban fantasy, M/M romance, paranormal romance
TBR Reviewer: Amanda
Rating: 4 Stars – Recommended Read
Heat: 3 – Blush Worthy
The Birds of Prey are Athena's hand-picked, created warriors, fighting against Blood Demons that rip out the hearts of unsuspecting humans and sacrificing them to their gods, thus creating more Blood Demons. After centuries of fighting, suddenly things have changed as mates for the Birds of Prey are appearing with a special birthmark and the Blood Demons are hunting them in droves. Night, the leader of Atlanta's Birds of Prey, has never known anything except the fight and raising his fellow warriors,
so when his mate appears, he refuses to claim him and David runs away, straight into more danger.
These book need to be read in order to understand the background of the story and why David is running. David really puts Night through the wringer before his apology is accepted, but both men fight the lack of choice Athena has given them. There is a lot of fighting and some seriously nasty baddies in this
series - more so than the sex and romance. However, if you like urban fantasy, this is a good series to start. The overwhelming odds against the Birds of Prey make them seriously the underdogs, but you can see how the mates are needed, and I look forward to where the series will go next. Any fans of Stephani Hecht's other series will enjoy this one as well.