Gay Young Adult
Paperback: 254 pages
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press (July 3, 2015)
Amazon: Freshman Blues
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When Chris is invited to prestigious Creekville University, he discovers he is part of an experiment by the mysterious Professor Faran. There’s no other way a C student like him would have been accepted into a college where academic mastery results in unique powers like levitation or empathy. But if Faran is right, even below-average students can get special abilities and a good job after graduation. Chris just has to work hard.
Chris isn’t the only one, either. Frederick has worked for Faran for years, and Chris is intrigued by the aloof and sexy older student. But Frederick is too terrified of life after graduation to pursue romance. As they work together, Chris tries to help Frederick out of his depression, all while juggling friendship, classwork, dating, and trying to carve out a place he can belong.
But funding for the experiment is running out, and Chris has to acquire an ability―any ability―soon, or he’ll lose his opportunity at Creekville, and any chance with Frederick, for good.
I think I’ve just added another author to my reading list… I really enjoyed this book. I wish there was more books.
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