Frat Boy and Toppy by Anne Tenino

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Grade: A
Hotness Level: Inferno
Kink Level: No Kink
Genre: Contemporary, m/m
Series: Theta Alpha Gamma #1
Published: 3/26/12
Reviewed by Anne
165 pages

I started this series in the middle, and after finishing the fifth story, Poster Boy, I decided it was time to go back and read the first couple I had missed.  I’m so glad I did – I loved this story.  It’s a coming out and coming of age story with a lot of humor and sweetness.  The opening lines set the tone for the whole story:

One of Brad’s frat brothers bent over naked in the locker room showers early one Thursday morning, and he thought, “I’d tap that.”

He stood there frozen, skin stinging from the pelletized water, soap suds streaming down his chest while his world made a… What did they call that? Paradigm shift.

Dammit, dammit, dammit.  He’d been trying to avoid this.  Admitting it to himself.  Consciously.  His subconscious had been admitting it for a while in his sleep.  Emitting it.

Brad flicked another quick look at Collin.  Yeah, he still had a delectable ass.  Dammit.
Brad finally admits to himself that he’s gay.  Now what?  Well, maybe he could catch the attention of his really hot TA Sebastian?  And what about his frat brothers?  And his family?  Brad tackles his problems with sweet and funny results.  Between all of that, he has some really hot sex with Sebastian.

It’s a great story that I loved.  I did fine reading the series out of order, but this first book is actually one of the best of the series.  I highly recommend Frat Boy and Toppy, and really any book by Anne Tenino!
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3 thoughts on “Frat Boy and Toppy by Anne Tenino

  1. Okay. I give. After each review you've written about this series I think to myself 'maybe I should add it to the list.' But the excerpt of the beginning clinches it. I'm going to try the series and this is the one I'll start with!
    -Kate

  2. I just finished reading Frat Boy and Toppy and I enjoyed it a lot. Especially the scene where he came out to the frat house. I felt like it was more of an HFN ending, but since I know there are more books in the series, I won't complain about that too much.
    -Kate

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