Greg was into science and physics and way overworked. He was a TA for a class a tutor and earning his doctorate. There wasn’t much that slowed him down from his goal until Marsh moved in to their shared house.
Marsh was big and beautiful and a baseball player. He was in a house filled with nerds because he had very little money left when his dad cut him off when he caught him with a boy. He was told he was dumb and not worth putting the money towards. He didn’t know what he would do once this semester was over. He didn’t have the money to finish college.
He also didn’t know what he was going to do about his crush on Greg. So, one night he went up to Greg’s room and basically seduced him. Greg just knew that Marsh couldn’t really be interested in him for anything other than sex so he would put his clothes on and act like that was all between them. Of course this just made Marsh think that Greg thought he was too dumb to hang around with.
Misunderstandings, lack of communications and finally, one migraine too many finally brought this relationship to a head. Want to know what happens? You’ll have to read it.
It’s a sweet cotton candy read. Not heavy on the hot side but there is some sex.
Love isn’t rocket science. It’s much, much harder. Determination and elbow grease propelled Greg London from blue-collar background to Ph.D. candidate. His single-mindedness doesn’t leave a lot of room for a personal life, but that’s the price of success. Besides, it’s not like the boring nerd ever ends up with the hot guy.
Then his housemate, gorgeous undergraduate jock Marshall Sulkowski, invites him to watch a movie. In his room. Side by side on his bed. Needless to say, the sexual tension is wreaking havoc with Greg’s focus.
Marsh seems to have it all—looks, charm, and a baseball scholarship to a great school. In reality, his father’s cut him off, and he’s floundering and desperate for a break.
One impulsive kiss leads to a red-hot affair that gets them a little bit of what they need to stay afloat. But as the end of the semester approaches and the pressure rises, Marsh realizes charm may have gotten him into his brilliant lover’s pants, but he’ll have to dig deeper to discover what they both need.