Frat Boy and Toppy (Theta Alpha Gamma)

Frat Boy and Toppy - Anne Tenino I’m not sure where to start with this one. It totally took me by surprise from the very first chapter. I literally started reading it late one night and couldn’t stop until I was finished. It’s a good thing it wasn’t a very long book, regardless the story grabbed me and didn’t let go. I love it when that happens! Who needs sleep, right?Frat Boy and Toppy opens with Brad coming to the realization that he is most definitely gay. It’s something that he has been in denial of since he was a teen, but once he comes to terms with it, he doesn’t hold back. “Let the gay life commence,” indeed.Sebastian was perfectly comfortable with the fact that he was gay. He just wasn’t comfortable with falling for a straight guy and then he felt guilty for being his first and then he didn’t think he was capable of falling for anyone… I loved Sebastian. *sigh*Aside from the romance and witty dialogue, the characters are what made this book shine for me. Of course I loved Sebastian and Brad, that’s a given, but some of my favorite moments were supplied by the supporting characters. I absolutely loved Brad’s parents and sisters. Who wouldn’t want to have a family as supportive as that? Sebastian’s heart to heart conversations with his sister were also priceless.Frat Boy and Toppy was the first book in the Theta Alpha Gamma series and now that I’ve started, I don’t think I’ll be able to stop. Love, Hypothetically is next and it should prove to be interesting. Especially since it centers around one of the characters that I liked least in Frat Boy and Toppy. I’m sure that Anne Tenino will help me change my attitude toward him. And for the record. I love it when that happens too