This is the third instalment of the Undergrad Years and this is Blake’s story.
While this is labeled a standalone, I highly recommend you read Love, Lex and Yours Truly, Taddy (currently free) before this one as there are parts from both novellas mentioned in this one.
The start of this novella, like the other two in the series, and gives a little background on Blake before he starts at Avon Porter Academy.
Blake is the gay guy who from a Very early age, has know it and been encouraged by his family to embrace and be true to his true self.
Flip to not long after where Yours Truly, Taddy left off and Blake and the girls are trying to get back to “normal” after their plane accident and want to have a little fun. So when they are randomly invited to Glamorama, a night club they aren’t old enough for, they decide it’s time to test out their fake I.D.
Their fun night turns into a disaster real fast when someone spikes their drinks, leaving the girls in hospital and Blake being taken home by Diego and Miguel, the two hunky Latino’s he’s been lusting after since school started.
Love, sex, booze, loyalty, drama, a touchy subject or two, and new found friendships, everything you’ve come to expect from Avery and her Manhattanites
Now, I just need Unsaid! I Need Blake’s full length novel. I need more Blake!
*pretty pleaseeeeee with some sexy men on top, please bring it out real soon, Avery*
Oh before I end this, I have to mention this. There are hundreds of hot, witty and downright amazing quotes throughout this story, but when I read the quote below, I was completely blown away by it. It’s such a simple sentence, but so … WOW!
It’s been almost 24 hours since I’ve finished XO, Blake and I can Still remember word for word that Blake’s father said to him.
ARC provided in exchange for an honest review.