Biochemistry was never this funin college
Biochemistry by Andrew Grey
This is the next book to take place on Dickinson campus, and it is as wonderful and tender a story as the first.
Kurt Maxwell and Freddie Samuelson seemed the unlikely pair, science geek and football-quarterback. They started out not speaking. Kurt thought that Freddie was a stuck up rich kid that thought football and looks bought him everything he wanted. Freddie had pretty much skimmed by his looks, dad’s money and status as football star, but now he was in Dr. Marcus’ class and his lab partner was a small fireball that wasn’t going to take his high handedness or let him copy of him. But, the good looking man said he would help Freddie. In helping Freddie, Kurt discovered that the man needed glasses, something nobody had ever looked for before.
Freddie wasn’t sure about the glasses, but found that he wasn’t as dumb as he thought, now that he could see the board, and read the books, classes started making sense and his grades started improving. He admitted that he was attracted to his new friend. He finally admits it and they have a wonderful night. Then he backs away from Kurt. Kurt is hurt, but he picks himself up and tries to move on with his life.
This is a beautiful tale of coming of age on a college campus with two young men trying to decide if love if for them and if they are willing to take such a risk. For Freddie is also about overcoming a life time of being told his only worth was in is football talent, and his father’s lies.
I loved this story as much as any of Mr. Grey’s other works. It is definitely a 5 star read. A must pick up if you love young men in love. Thank you for sharing this wonderful world with us, Mr. Grey. Can’t wait for more in this series.