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Release Day Review: What's The Use Of Wondering by Kate McMurray

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Release Day Review: What's The Use Of Wondering by Kate McMurray

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About the Author
Kate McMurray writes smart romantic fiction. She likes creating stories that are brainy, funny, and, of course, sexy with regular-guy characters and urban sensibilities. She advocates for romance stories by and for everyone. When she’s not writing, she edits textbooks, watches baseball, plays violin, crafts things out of yarn, and wears a lot of cute dresses. She’s active in Romance Writers of America, serving for two years on the board of Rainbow Romance Writers, the LGBT romance chapter, and three—including two as president—on the board of the New York City chapter. She lives in Brooklyn, NY, with two cats and too many books.
Publication Date
July 03, 2017
Available Formats
ePub, mobi, pdf
Violinist Logan has spent most of his life training for a career in music. But as the pressure mounts during his junior year, he questions whether playing in an orchestra is the future he wants, or one chosen by his parents. His new roommate—that annoying jerk Peter from last year’s production of Guys and Dolls—complicates matters. Crammed into a dorm room with the overconfident but undeniably hot accounting major, Logan can’t stop snarling.

Then Peter sprains his ankle building sets, and Logan grudgingly agrees to play chauffeur. But instead of putting further strain on their relationship, spending time together reveals some common ground—and mutual frustration. Logan discovers he isn’t the only one who doesn’t know what he wants from life, and the animosity between him and Peter changes keys. But just as the possibility of a happier future appears, Logan gets a dream offer that will take him away from Western Massachusetts University—and Peter. Now he has to decide: will he live the solitary life laid out for him, or hold on to Peter and forge his own path?

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1 reviews

Lovely, sweet romance.
(Updated: July 03, 2017)
This is a lovely sweet romance!  The relationship between Logan and Peter is fairly slow burn, delightfully angst and drama free, although it starts out on one heck of a wrong foot! The romance is sweet and sexy, the intimate scenes between the boys are very 'gently' done, which fits beautifully with the caring nature of the relationship, a really enjoyable, feel good, love story.
The book isn't completely angst and drama free, but the conflict in the story comes from other family members/attitudes, not from the MCs.
This is a beautifully done, sweet, sexy, romantic, true love tale! Highly recommended to bring a smile to your face!
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