Molly Reviews: Freshman Feint by Elaine Ashford

My best friend is the only man for me…and he’ll never be mine.

I can’t have him…

I’m Liam. My freshman year at college is giving me a tough time. It’s not just the classes … it’s knowing I’m in love with my straight best friend, Nathan.

I can’t leave him…

We’ve been friends forever, and that means I have to help him get ready for his date with Charlotte, the girl we know from high school. It kills me to think he’ll never feel the same way about me that I do about him.

Unless something changes…

Owen, the guy from my hockey team, is into me … and maybe it’s just my imagination, but that seems to bother Nathan. Is there really a chance for us, or am I just kidding myself?

Where To Buy:
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This was a cute story. I adored Liam and how in love with his best friend he was. he was so totally gone for Nate. His emotions were so vivid I felt them with Liam as I was reading. His friendship with Owen was wonderful. They truly helped each other and became close. I felt bad for Liam and not having his feelings returned. Nate was clueless at first. His reaction to Liam after things happen were so realistic even if they were hurtful. When Nate came to his senses though I loved it. The story ends on a sweet happy for now. These two are definitely going to be together and work to make their relationship last. I would love to read a sequel and see them still together and in love five or ten years down the line. I’d love to see them as adults and know what they’re lives are like.

About Elaine:
Elaine Ashford has worked in customer service, graphic design, property management, and banking. When she’s not writing, she can be found pursuing her interest in athletic young men and long walks on the beach.

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