Sebastian and Brad, one of my favorite m/m couples, have stuck with me since I read Frat Boy and Toppy. We saw them again in Sweet Young Thang when Eric, displaced from the frat house, asked to stay with Brad for a day. Eric is the only other man Brad has “been” with and having him around has put Sebastian in a real foul mood.
When Sebastian takes his mood out on Brad and Brad reacts in a way he didn’t expect, he realizes that maybe things aren’t going so well for them. Any harm done to their relationship is totally Sebastian’s fault because he has been wrapped up in finishing his thesis. He has neglected Brad and Brad has done nothing but be the perfect boyfriend. Sebastian knows that he must correct his error because he loves Brad and would do anything to keep him around. The solution is a combination of things that Brad and Sebastian will do together to give them both a sense of security.
Good Boy is a novella and has around 60-70ish pages. It isn’t a full length story but it is perfect for what we have been following over the past 3 books. I really felt that their story wasn’t finished in Frat Boy and Toppy and this novella gave me the feeling that these boys would stick. It was exactly what I have been looking for with this couple. Not only did I get to see a very sweet side of Sebastian and how he handles Brad but there are some pretty smoking sexy times included. Fans of this series and particularly this couple should definitely pick up the book. I think you will be happy with what you get! Final grade- B
“I wish I could give you what you gave me, all my first times, but I can’t so I’m giving you this instead, so you’ll always know how I feel. I choose you, and as long as you wear this, it means you choose me.”