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Opposites Attract

3.36  ·  Rating Details ·  14 Ratings  ·  6 Reviews
Leon and Kev become roommates by chance. Though they are very different on the outside, they find out that they have much in common. A written feel-good-movie about romance, love and the Rocky Horror Picture Show...

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Nov 28, 2011 V rated it really liked it
I purchase books all the time and sometimes, I get disappointed on the time and money I spend in some of the books I buy.
I can't believe this story is free online, I would gladly pay to read it.
This story is so beautiful, cute, warm.
If you want to read about a very small pretty nerd and one adorable softy giant body-builder characters this is just for you.
You won't find here lots of Angst , action or fantastic plot.
This is just a very nice, lovely story about 2 young men falling in love slowly
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Arthur
Nov 28, 2011 Arthur rated it it was amazing
4.5 stars

One of my favorite college stories. Leon is a math nerd. Kevin is a giant body-building student athlete. They were put in a same room, and while neither acknowledging it, their romance brew. The story is standard roommates-turn-lovers. The execution, however, is really nice. They don't become couple until more than halfway into the story. While sweet, it deals with serious issues such as gay bashing, parental acceptance, class difference, and size difference.

The story chronicles their
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Mandapanda
Oct 17, 2011 Mandapanda rated it it was ok
Cutesy-sweet and predictable freebie romance between two college roommates, nerdy mathematician Leon and giant bodybuilder Kev. Totally angst-free. I think English is the author's second language, e.g. 'Sometimes I wished I was thick like a loaf of bread, that I hadn't to bother with thinking and started to just live.'. The BFF girlfriend also annoyed me with her habit of calling Leon either 'little one' or 'little bitch'. But if you're feeling like some ultra-lite saccharine romance you might l ...more
Rachel
May 30, 2013 Rachel rated it liked it
Sappy sweet but if-you're-in-the-mood-for-that really nice, well done college roommates romance between a tiny maths nerd and a huge bodybuilder. I will admit to skimming parts...Reads like a mills & boon, even to finishing with a wedding. There's a few typos and it's pretty clear the writer is not a native English speaker (I'm guessing somewhere cold in Europe) but that manages to just add to the sweetness. Did I mention this was sweet?
Seregil
Apr 26, 2013 Seregil rated it it was ok
Shelves: dnf, free-fiction, mm
I just couldn't finish this. I got as far as 2/3 of the story, but the sheer mushiness killed me. I had hoped for some sexual tension because of the title, but there was very little of that. In truth the guys are not opposites except for how they are built and the fact that one has a supportive rich family and the other was kicked out of his home. Besides that they have a lot in common (from their interest in movies and music to what they like in bed).
Edina Rose
Oct 13, 2011 Edina Rose rated it liked it
College romance.

You want to read romance with a nerd? They don't come more nerdy than Leon! And he is falls in love with a giant athlete, his new roommate.

Sweet story.
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