Wendy reviews ‘Slow Dance’ (Southern Seduction: Crispin and Wills 3) by Julia McBryant. Self published July 26, 2019, 94 pages.
Crispin has moved in with Wills for the summer, four hours away from their parents in Savannah. Without rules, or even Wills’ nosy twin to police them, neither can wait for their three months of freedom. But Wills gets stuck memorizing tree biology, and Crispin’s boss works him to exhaustion. In fact, everything about their lives seems incompatible. Crispin keeps a bizarre sleep schedule that messes up Wills’ circadian rhythms. Wills wakes up as queen bitch while Crispin channels Tigger. Stuck scarfing frozen food, unable to work the washing machine, Wills and Crispin both feel miserable. They’ve been together since eleventh grade. But can their teenage love transition into the real world?
*A copy of this book was provided in exchange for an honest review.
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If you like romance and erotica and writing that’s a higher caliber than most of the stuff that’s out there grab this series. I love all of them!
I’m not going to write a long review because it’s a short story and I don’t want to post spoilers but Wills and Crispin? You’re going to want to know them and once you do I’m sure that you will love them as much as I do.
This is a true series and you will need to read all of the books in order for them to make complete sense.
I had so many feels while reading this story. I was surprised by how powerful their story is and I’ve thoroughly enjoyed following them as they try to navigate their way from being best friends who became closeted boyfriends in high school to where they are now.
Living in another city and taking advantage of being able to live together isn’t all cupcakes and roses. It really is all the little things that add up when co-habitating. They still have off the charts sexual chemistry and smexy times that make me melt but they are growing up. Adulting is hard and there’s the added stress of, well… just buy the books and find out.
10/10 Pots of Gold or 100% recommended
Julia McBryant lives in the prettiest city in the whole world with her roving nebula of German Shepherds and adopted greyhounds. Southern born, Southern bred, and when she dies, she’ll be Southern dead, Julia loves crafting all the things, especially with gold glitter; horseback riding; looking for fossils on the beach; and hiking in the mountains of North Carolina.