It’s Sunday and here I am picking out a comfort read for tonight. Geeky romances hit the spot for me as comfort reads, a lot of the time, so after reading one last Sunday night, I thought I would try another old fave: Looking for Group by Alexis Hall.
This adorable geeky romance by one of my favorite queer romance authors is one of my most treasured comfort reads. Alexis Hall built a game world that I wanted to hang out and flirt in, and I’m not a gaming person.
This is an incredibly geeky new adult romance centering two 19 year old gamer college students, one who is queer and one who begins questioning during the course of the book. The questioning MC makes a ton of mistakes, and I like that he’s flawed and doesn’t get how he’s messing things up until he has. I especially like how meditative the gameplay is to read, it felt like this lovely slide into the kind of detail that makes me happy.
This is one of my favorite queer romances with no sex on the page, something especially difficult to find in m/m romance, and I’ve read it three times so far. This will be my fourth read, and I’m looking forward to it.
- Questioning man MC.
- Queer man MC.
- Pansexual secondary character.
- Queer man author.
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- My mini-review of Looking for Group
- My review of For Real, another queer romance by Alexis Hall
- My recs list for Fluffy Romance with Little to No Sex on the Page
- Review of Smoke Signals, another geeky queer romance centering gamers
- Review of Perfect Game, another geeky queer romance centering gamers
- Review of New Game, Start, another geeky queer romance centering gamers
- Review of Level Up, another geeky queer romance centering gamers
- Review of The Better to Kiss You With, another geeky queer romance
- Review of Sated, another geeky queer romance