Blurb: Clay Parkinson has a big problem. He doesn't understand why he's having erotic dreams and tempting thoughts about his best friend, Jack, especially since Clay is straight. Or so he tries to convince himself.
Worried about not leaving a legacy after graduation, Jack plans a fake funeral so he can enjoy the accolades while still alive. Clay can't figure out why he hates the idea so much, until he begins to think it might be because he's accidentally fallen in love his with best friend. Desire fighting against common sense, Clay will do anything it takes--including a date with the class dominatrix, his first visit to an adult toy shop, and a book about the Ins and Outs of sex--to figure out what he wants, who he wants, and, eventually, how to get him.
Review: The title says it all. This book had big laughs, hot men, sexual tension so thick it was suffocating in a most wonderful way. I enjoyed the gradual revelation of awareness between Jack and Clay. I found Jack’s openness to possibilities there all along. The brilliance in the story telling was in how Ms Malone developed Clay’s character. Straight men don’t want to screw their best friends, right? Wrong. I loved this best friend to lovers story. The situation comedy, the eclectic cast of characters and the fun ploy in the plot. Oh and the plot. This is a story to put a smile on your face. The sexual encounter happens at the perfect moment, the emotional components are in place and the graphically described final scene will turn you into liquid warmth. I loved it.