Quinn has just been hired to work at a
small university. He’s arranged to live in a faculty dorm with
a roommate, but he’s been told his new roommate is a little
“unorthodox.” Quinn cringes at the thought, considering the
time and energy he’s put into being as orthodox as the
come—despite the past he used to live. But when he finds out
Billy is gay, and Quinn is attracted to him, the foundation
he’s built his character on starts to crumble. Can his almost-fiancee
, Melissa, help him stay on the straight and narrow? Or will
his desire for Billy win out.
Billy knows he wants Quinn from the
moment he sets eyes on him when the two men move into the
faculty dorm. All he has to do is make Quinn realize he wants
the same thing as Billy. But can he do that with the
controlling fiancée always invading Quinn’s thoughts?
Sex & Sexuality was a great read. Billy’s
character was hard to get used to at first, but after I began
to see what he was really about, I liked him a lot. I loved
watching Quinn grow. He changed so much in the story and it
was a joy to watch his metamorphosis. But Melissa, oh
wow—absolutely hated her. At times I wished she were actually
a tangible person so I could wring her neck for being such a
controlling bitch. But I’m guessing that’s exactly what Willa
was going for when she penned the character.