|Cover Artist:||Aaron Anderson|
|Length:||Novella (134 Pages)|
Brendon is an adorable young genious with the social aptitude of a rock, akin to many other brilliant people, I got the feeling he would have tested positive for Asperger's. Irregardless of his lack of social graces, as a Chemistry professor his students and (most) colleagues love him. And when he literally stumbles into assistant coach Josh, thus begins a courtship that, you got it, Brendon neither understands nor trusts.
I don't know how he does it, but Andrew Grey has an amazing ability to add believable character into his characters. Brendon has had some really bad relationships which have got him gun-shy, and he really does have horrible social skills; both I can relate to! The way Brendon warms up to Josh and subconciously seems to let him into his life is a very familiar introverted condition. On the flip side of the coin, Andrew portrayed Josh with the same extroverted personality that I have seen in others and which has baffled me.
Organic Chemistry was a quick read, but there was a lot packed into this novella! The first in the Chemistry series, this book kicks it off perfectly. I'm excited to get my eyes on Biochemistry, and highly recommend this sweet little romance novella.Reviewed by