Monday, August 8, 2016

Pre-Release Review: Boyfriend Material (Ethan & Wyatt #2) by K.A. Mitchell (Mari's Review)

Pre-Release Review: Boyfriend Material (Ethan & Wyatt #2) by K.A. Mitchell (Mari's Review)

Boyfriend Material

by K.A. Mitchell

Carina Press
LGBTQIA, New Adult
Pub Date 15 Aug 2016

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Physically, it’s easy for Ethan and Wyatt to be together—well, if “easy” means stolen moments when Ethan’s roommate is away, or sneaking away to a hidden nook in the library. Privacy is hard to come by in a dorm, but finding ways to connect is half the fun.

Emotionally, though, that’s a different story. Wyatt isn’t sure if a relationship is something he can make last—years of having to hide his emotions have left him with a shaky sense of self-confidence. And when it’s time to head home for the holidays, their steamy on-campus connection may not translate so well to the real world…

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This is the second book in the Ethan & Wyatt series and needs to be read in order.

Ethan and Wyatt have decided to give their relationship a try, but while physically everything is going great between them, emotions and all they entail is not something that comes easily for Wyatt. With the holidays getting closer and Ethan wanting Wyatt to visit him at his home, Wyatt’s doubts begin to resurface. Do they have what it takes to make it in the long run?

While I wasn’t too sure about Ethan in the previous book, I liked him a whole lot more in this one. He was determined to make things work with Wyatt and would do anything to make him happy. Yes, he’s still self-absorbed, but he’s so loving, patient and caring with Wyatt that I just couldn’t not love him. Wyatt was still his prickly self, but slowly opening to Ethan and his friends, and it was nice to see him interact with his uncle and his girlfriend, who were pretty awesome and understanding. And of course, I loved seeing Ethan and Wyatt together, even if not everything was alright between them, their chemistry was undeniable.

I didn’t particularly care for Ethan’s mom, although her behavior was understandable up to a certain point, but I loved that the way she acted was the trigger for Ethan and Wyatt to finally resolve some of the issues they’d been dealing with.

I’m looking forward to the next installment and reading the conclusión to this great series!

Rating: 4 Stars!!!

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