Opposites attract, but secrets divide...
Ronnie Durand is a country boy who transfers to the University of Washington after two years at Central. He'll have to give up playing football, though finishing his education at a major university in Seattle--and being out and proud without having to look over his shoulder--makes the sacrifice worthwhile.
But finding friends at a huge school is tough, especially when the hottest guy Ronnie meets makes him doubt his own sanity.
Sang's been on his own a long time. He's only a couple steps away from living on the street, and he's got dreams so big they don't leave space for a steady boyfriend. Then he meets Ronnie, who just might be strong enough to break through his barriers....as long as Sang lets him in on one big secret.
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4.5 stars. The title of the book is misleading but the story is wonderful. I liked Ronnie's acceptance of himself, his likes and preferences are his own and he makes no apologies for them. Sang impresses me with his self assurance. His drive to be who and what he wants seems incongruent with his diminutive size. I loved that he seemed to be the one driving the relationship. Adult read