Bryson Keller was the complete package. Not only was he nice, smart, and good looking, but he was also a jock (a soccer player). At Fairvale Academy, he may as well have been royalty. The strangest thing about Bryson, though, was that he hadn’t ever dated anyone. So, someone came up with a rather interesting dare — that Bryson would have to date whoever asked him out. Every week, on Monday morning, the first person who asked him out would get to date him for the entirety of the school week and Bryson would have to be their perfect boyfriend. Though the dare had been going on for months, it was always a girl who asked him out… until Kai Sheridan. Despite the fact that Kai had never “come out,” and had a crush on a guy named Isaac for a long time, he suddenly felt compelled to ask Bryson out. There were a couple of things that could definitely go wrong with this impulsive move — not the least of which was being outed before he was ready — but it somehow just felt right. When Bryson not only said yes but agreed to keep the relationship a secret, I got #AllTheFeels… and I kept right on getting them for the rest of the story.
This was such a well-written story, with characters who felt so real I wished I could meet them in real life. I don’t know about you, but romantic comedies are probably my favorite way of escaping reality. There is just something so satisfying about getting an overload of cuteness and humor when it feels like everything is falling down around me in the real world. If you feel the same way, you’re gonna need to put this book on your #TBR list so you don’t forget to read it when it comes out in May!