“. . . and you’re listening to 91.3 FM.”
Justin knows three things for sure about DJ Dangerfield:
He has some questionable taste in music.
He always provokes Justin into ringing in.
And he might just be his favorite weekly distraction.
But who is this DJ Dangerfield in Real Life? And will Justin like him ...more
Yay! One more down as I continue to work my way through my backlist of Anyta Sunday stories and, as usual, this one did not disappoint.
This short tells the tale of how, over the course of a year, two college guys begin falling in love -- initially without even laying eyes on one another.
Justin is approaching his five year anniversary with his girlfriend, Hannah, but would rather call into the late night radio show to fight with the DJ than make a move on the girl warming his bed.
Kane is crushi ...more
why tell anybody anything when you can stare longingly at them, instead?
the whole story is two boys who are too chicken to speak the truth at one another finding excuses to expertly not resolve their sexual tension.
if that's your fetish, this is the book for you.
me, i was legit ready to kill someone by the time fucktard A kept fucktard B hanging for a whole weekend waiting to hear if his feelings were returned.
by the time they decided to adjourn the long-awaited conversa ...more
A cutie. A super sweet NA short featuring two lovely guys who will make you smile and sight. Totally Anyta Sunday’s style and very in the line of Noticed Me Yet?, another short that I loved.
I need this kind of stories in my life, they drive me to that happy place where everything shines and makes you smile. Where you forgot your problems for a while, putting what is bothering you in a drawer, for later, just wanting to live your book’s life. In this case, DJ Dangerfield and Just ...more
Okay, so I know that gif is kinda sorta creepy- but this short was like getting a book hug. The feelzzzzzz this left me with... *swoon*
For being such a short story, this had me reading with a dopey grin from its fleshed out and oh so likable characters, unique story, and their self discovery. The angst is pretty low but DJ Dangerfield and Justin have some complications to sift through.
Imagine you listen to the same radio station and call in to talk/banter/disagree with the DJ every night ...more
Boy oh boy, did I need that! I've been in quite the slump, but this was just the perfect blend of sweet with some spice. I loved it, not a friends to lovers story in the original sense, but still has that vibe.
Justin and DJ Dangerfield (lol, that name has me giggling every time I read it) have been talking by phone around a year and they obviously have a crush on each other even if they don't accept it at first.
Geez, I love it. Just what I needed to make me smile. So, so, perfect. Splendid writing, ...more
This is a fun read.
Justin listened, called and complained to a late night radio program for about two years. He listened because he had been listening to the program for very long, and the music was in general his preference. He liked the previous host, but not the current one since this one liked to play music from one band he loathed. And the host did it regularly. Hence, the numerous complaints to the host, DJ Dangerfield, every time he called, which was every week. And he did it r ...more
Rather similar to Noticed Me Yet?, this has a 'mystery' on who DJ Dangerfield really is. However, unlike that one, it doesn't take a lot of time for Justin to guess the identity of the DJ -- so it doesn't feel like it is dragging. I'm happy that Justin also confronts DJ Dangerfield when ...more
Justin is a 21 year old college undergrad who spends his sleepless nights tuning in to 91.3 FM, regularly succumbing to his urge to phone-in and banter with DJ Dangerfield over his taste in music.
After doing this for almost a year, Justin wonders what it would be like to meet his on-air partner, as he slowly realises that his weekly highlight now lies solely in the conversations he shares with this often agitating, but always entertaining, disembodied voice at the end of the line.
I real ...more
I'm also obsessed with this new cover.
Ich brauchte eine kleine Geschichte für zwischendurch und da kamen mir Justin und DJ Dangerfield gerade recht .
Ist es euch auch schon mal passiert, dass ihr euch in eine Stimme verliebt habt? Mir nur bedingt. Ich finde Stimmen toll und die Tonlage sehr wichtig und meist waren die Mens ...more
I love Anyta Sunday's writing. She creates believable, adorable characters and her chemistry sizzles off the page.
DJ Dangerfield was such a fun book and did exactly what I wanted by taking my mind off reality and cheering me up after a pretty bad day.
3.5 HEA-guaranteed stars from me!
A pleasurable book.
It's the second book that I read by Anyta Sunday and at the moment I think about her work like "relaxing reading for stressful times."
There's a sensation that I have in respect of both books and is that they have a laid-back undertone. We'll see if when I read some more books by her this repeats at the point of thinking about said undertone like her trademark.
The writing style is pleasant and clear, and the story reads in a jiffy.
This is why I love Anyta Sunday! In all her works, I get to appreciate the romance build-up such that when you reach the peak, you get to savor the sweet turnaround in the relationship between MCs. Like when you work hard on something and you get to reap the fruit of your toil. More than that, Anyta Sunday has this ability to make you feel included in the whole journey. You feel the MCs' frustrations, happiness, and longing as well. It's this ability to make you feel part of the whole process --...more
A bit about me: I'm a big, BIG fan of slow-burn romances. I love to read and write stories with characters who slowly fall in love.
Some of my favorite tropes to read and write are: Enemies to Lovers, Friends to Lovers, Clueless Guys, Bisexual, Pansexual, Demisexual, Oblivious MCs, Everyone (Else) Can See It, Slow Burn, Love Has No Boundaries.
I write a variety of stories, Contemporary MM R ...more
doing? Is this the way you initiate new tutors? By stabbing them in the shoe?”