After getting shunned by his parents,
being raped while hitchhiking back to BK and left by the one
person he fell in love with, Michael Storm gives up on
living. Luckily, good friends surround him at BK.
With two gay brothers and being the
eldest of the three, Theron Demakis feels the pressure to
carry on the Demakis name by getting married and producing
an heir. The price to pay though would be his happiness.
However, when Theron is called about what happened to
Michael he flies back to him immediately.
Michael is an emotionally charged
character. So warm and full of love, yet so lost and
confused. Theron is older, more mature, but he is fighting
his mind versus his heart. The storyline in Theronís
Return caught my interest right away and was held
through to the conclusion. Theronís Return is
book eleven in the Campus Craving series and it is suggested
that all should be read for a full understanding of the
series. Unfortunately, I had not read the others when I read
Theronís Return, but Carol Lynne does such an
awesome writing job she pulls in just enough details and it
was very easy to read as a stand alone. I felt this was an
extraordinary story and I am Joyfully Recommending