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A single stroke can change your world.

Xander Fairchild can’t stand people in general and frat boys in particular, so when he’s forced to spend his summer working on his senior project with Skylar Stone, a silver-tongued Delta Sig with a trust fund who wants to make Xander over into a shiny new image, Xander is determined to resist. He came to idyllic, Japanese culture-soak
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Published August 8th 2017 by Heidi Cullinan
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Xan West
Aug 06, 2017 rated it did not like it
A copy was provided by the publisher through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review

I do not recommend this book to ace spectrum readers. I discuss why, at length, in my review.

This story contains some classic aspects of NA: college setting, main characters coming to terms with identity, lots of angst, struggles with family and carving out their own path. It has a chosen family aspect, complete with former professor mentor/mother figure. One of the romantic leads is a grumpy loner artist, and
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~Mindy Lynn~
3 stars...

This was quite the long read. And it felt it.

It took me a minute to get into it and start enjoying it. Until I didn't.

The relationship between Skylar and Xavier was my favorite part of the book. They were very sweet with each other and I liked the pace of how their relationship grew.

All the manga stuff went over my head. I don't follow it or know much to anything about it. It was a learning experience, but unfortunately one I couldn't find an interest in. This left me a bit bored an
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⚔ Silvia ⚓
I was sent this book as an advance copy by the publisher via NetGalley for reviewing purposes, but all opinions are my own.

Yet another update:
Read reviews by readers on the ace spectrum because they have something to say about the ace rep in this book!

Review updated:
After reading other reviews (which I usually only read after having reviewed the book myself) I realized some aspects of this book might be hurtful to some readers. I think that will always be a subjective matter and, unless it com
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ren
Aug 31, 2017 rated it did not like it
ARC acquired through Netgalley.

This book, y'all. This book is absolutely awful.

When I first heard about Antisocial, I was excited. A m/m book with a gray-ace character that also had an aroace non-binary side character? It sounded wonderful. It's almost impossible to find m/m romance (or just romance in general) with ace characters, let alone a m/m romance with more than an ace character, with one of them being aro. If ace characters are rare in romance, arospec characters are freaking unicorns,
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Wendy
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I absolutely loved Heidi Cullinan's  Carry the Ocean and Shelter the Sea . So when I saw that there was a new book coming out by this amazing author...I jumped on it ;)

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Now I am gonna confess and say that I knew absolutely nothing about this book before I started it, so imagine my surprise and intrigue when I found out that one of the characters is asexual (or somewhere on the spectrum). I have to admit that I'm pretty clueless when it comes to asexuality or anything really, that falls into the g
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R * A Reader Obsessed *
3.5 Hearts

I wasn’t sure what I was getting into, having no knowledge of manga or anime, but overall, I enjoyed this quasi enemies to lovers story that was rich with self exploration and confirmation.

This starts off with Xander. He’s basically a curmudgeon and totally owns it, eschewing things like hanging out and socializing with his peers, despite him sorta wishing things were different. Mostly, Xander simply wants to be left alone to draw, paint, and create. However, he’s not so lucky, as his
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Karen
What I wanted and what happened...not the same thing...

First things first, let's get it out of the way right off the bat...I am totally a Heidi Cullinan fan. I read and loved more than a couple of her books...Nowhere Ranch, Carry the Ocean, Dance With Me, her Minnesota series...I've loved them all...and I wanted to love this one truly I did...but I just couldn't.

Now the other thing I want to make perfectly clear is that I was given an audio copy of this book in exchange for a fair and honest r
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Heidi Cullinan
Jul 13, 2017 added it  ·  (Review from the author)
Shelves: wrote-it
Cover reveal with exclusive excerpt at HEA USA Today. Art by Natsukoworks. Design by Kanaxa.

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Alisa
2.5 stars

I'm gonna be odd man out on this. I had some major issues. This started off really strong and I was enjoying cranky Xander and very serious Skylar getting to know each other. They were entertaining to watch as they bumbled around and became friends and then finally admitted they liked each other.

As it went on though I started feeling like I was reading a YA book and I deliberately don't read those for a reason. While these two were in their early twenties (21 & 23) they had zero rel
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anna (readingpeaches)
Aug 30, 2017 rated it did not like it
Shelves: dropped, arcs
I received a galley from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

**I'm still grossed out a year later wow.

I saw the cover that makes the guys look like manga characters & I ignored that sign. I should have known better. But I wanted to give this book a benefit of a doubt because there were so many positive reviews! So many people loved the romance! So I thought "hey, maybe that cover will make sense in the end". It doesn’t. It only gets worse from there.

It gets so bad
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Bev
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Not my favourite Heidi I have to admit, but this was a delightful opposites attract story of two young guys, as alike as chalk and cheese, trying to find their way as best they can, with little or no parental help, and it tried to teach me an awful lot about Japanese culture [yes I'm interested, but that's about as far as it goes], manga, anime, grey spectrum sexuality and Japanese food. I've no doubt that readers/addicts of yaoi, manga and anime will understand far more than I did [or honestly
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Dia
🌸🌸🌸3,5 stars rounded up 🌸🌸🌸

It's my first book by this author and what a discovery it was. I already have Carry the ocean and now I think I'll move it up in my TBR.

I knew close to nothing about manga or anime or even Japanese culture before starting this book.
I have to admit I got lost with so many details that didn't make sense to me. I kind of wanted the story to focus more on Skylar and Xander. I simply adored these broken characters, both feeling like they didn't fit into the world, both ha
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Mirjana **DTR - Down to Read**
Jul 17, 2017 marked it as not-gonna-happen-because-reasons

I will not be reading and reviewing this book for two reasons. Please note both reasons come from trusted friends/readers who have read the book.

1. Harmful asexual rep

2. Fetishization of Japanese culture

Please see the review below for more detailed information.

https://www.goodreads.com/review/show...


ARC provided by author in exchange for an honest review.
Cassandra {semi-hiatus}
*An ARC was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review*

"Art is not finished, only abandoned."

Sometimes, you start a book, and a few pages in you get the feeling you had underestimated the importance of it, whether it be the importance of it to you personally or to the world as a whole.

I did just that with this book, and I did it in both ways.

I stumbled upon Love Lessons last year, and ever since I have been a devoted fan of the author. Her books are always cute, quirky, romantic,
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Claire
An ARC of this book was graciously provided to me through NetGalley. Thank you.

"Sō desu ne"
(according to the author, that's something you say when you don't know what else to say)

OK, so I never read anything before about asexuality and here is this book waving all sorts of different kinds of "ace labels" and including not one but two asexual characters ...

Wait I said it all wrong, because if really this book wanted to teach something it would be to not try to label what you see, put everyt
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BWT (Belen)
When I heard Heidi Cullinan was publishing a story with a focus on asexual/grey-sexuality I was immediately more than just intrigued - I was desperate to get my hands on Antisocial.

Xander Fairchild is an artist who is, in a word, antisocial. He eschews social settings (with reasons) and is determined to spend his last year at Japanese culture-soaked Benten college working on his BFA project and creating manga art.

Skylar Stone has his own senior project to complete and when circumstances bring hi
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Atlas
Aug 22, 2017 rated it it was ok
Shelves: arc-s
Belief is powerful and important. Without it, we’re nothing but ants crawling across the dirt

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2 / 5


When I read the last page of Antisocial, I really wasn’t sure how to feel about what I had just read. At all. Antisocial is a male/male romance novel that reads like a fanfiction with original characters; the characters begin as archetypes, the whole book is weirdly into Japan yet, as far as I could tell, has no Japanese characters, it’s really cutesy and then exceedingly sexual, it’s serious and
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Norah Una Sumner
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Uh... So, this book. I'm just weirded out. What started off as a mild cultural appropriation turned out to be this almost extreme fetishization that left me speechless quite a few times. I could understand it if one of the characters was actually Japanese or American-Japanese but they are two white dudes who think of the Japanese language as a way to turn themselves on. It felt objectified and overall wrong. I appreciate the way Heidi tried to slowly develop characters and show all of their char
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A.M. Arthur
Aug 05, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: 2017, m-m, worth-buying
ALL. THE. STARS.

I'm a fangirl of Heidi's and I was absolutely thrilled to be offered an ARC of this book--I just wish I'd read it sooner, because I have so many feels right now. As an ace-spec person, I truly love seeing more characters on the asexual spectrum in fiction, and her depiction of Skylar was a delight. I can very much empathize with his feelings over thinking he was ace, not wanting to embrace the label, and being so scared of coming out. His entire journey was amazing.

And Xander. He
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Emily Seelye
Jul 13, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: arc, m-m, own, ace, virgins
I loved it!

Xander and Skylar are students at Benten College, which is heavily influenced by Japanese culture. Xander is an antisocial art student who needs help creating social media presence for promoting his senior exhibition. Skylar is a frat boy who decides his senior project will be to help Xander, after his frat is involved with a prank that destroyed on of Xander's mural.

They meet at the end of junior year and spend the summer together, working on their senior projects. During this time,
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Rafa Brewster
Aug 01, 2017 rated it it was ok
Reviewed for Just Love. ARC received for an honest and fair review.

**Edited to 2 stars to match Goodreads' star-rating.

I was really torn about this book. I enjoyed the first half very much but could’ve easily skipped the second half entirely. So here’s what I loved and what I didn’t.

I adored the way Xander and Skylar’s relationship took root and blossomed so beautifully after their rocky start. Their interactions were so sweet and awkward and I alternated between grinning like a fool and sighing
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Eugenia
Jul 14, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Can you fall in love with a book? With the spirit of a book? I think you can, and I think I did with Heidi Cullinan's Antisocial. This was a love story unlike any I have read before. It was also one of the most sensual stories I have read in a long time. It was erotic. It had no sex in the conventional way we tend to define it. Somehow, Cullinan made me feel their lovemaking through nothing more than a brush stroke upon bare skin.

This book was a pure joy to read. It was a book about finding ones
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Sophie
Aug 23, 2017 rated it did not like it
Shelves: e-book, m-m
While I did want to say something like "this book simply wasn't my thing" I'm afraid that it's more than just that.

Reading "Antisocial" made me extremely uncomfortable because of the way Japanese culture is being fetishized here, and I say that as a white person who loves Japan and has been there several times. I can even understand the temptation of an author to want to write about something she clearly likes but all her characters act like, well, like me the first couple of months after I dis
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Melissa
I was provided an ARC from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
Also, it is still available from NetGalley until October. No approval required, just provide a review.

I don't even know where to begin with this review because there are so many things I want to say, so I guess I will just jump right in and see what comes out.

This book spoke to me in a BIG way. And I am not referring to any of the art or manga or shrines that played a part in this story. I am talking about Sk
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Cadiva
Jul 22, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
3.5*

I want to say at the start that this book is beautiful. Impeccably researched, detailed in Japanese culture, anime and manga and featuring a love story which goes beyond the normal physical expressions into something soul deep.

However, as beautifully written as this book is, it's not a five star read for me only for the simple reason that the whole Japanese culture element of it isn't something I'm personally interested in and, as it anchored the whole narrative, I wasn't as engaged in it a
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Lindsay M.
Jul 24, 2017 rated it it was amazing
This was truly a beautiful story. I'm between 4 and 5 stars, but it was very enjoyable with some breathtaking imagery and unique characters that were so, so easy to love. And that's saying something, because in general, books featuring characters in college are a pass for me.

It's a long story, but Heidi Cullinan fills it with rich culture, wonderful character development, and sexual exploration that is intimate and sensual. If I have any complaints, it's that the ending felt rushed and (view sp
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Adele
All of you need to read this book ASAP.

A huge thank you to Independent Book Publishers Association (IBPA) via Netgalley for allowing me to read this view in exchange for an honest review.

Xander and Skylar are now some of my favourite characters. I loved reading about them and getting to know them as only a reader could. Having read their story, I can honestly say that Antisocial has become one of my favourite novels.

To be quite honest with you, I was drawn to Antisocial because of the cover. I
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Lyra
Jul 26, 2017 rated it really liked it
Shelves: m-m
So! This book is unlike anything that I've ever read before, and I sat on it for a few days before reviewing it.

First and foremost, Skylar is gray sexual, meaning he is on the spectrum between asexual and sexual. He isn't full blown asexual, neither is he full blown sexual; for example, the mere idea of a lot of sex acts that one would simply assume are going to happen in M/M romance (the ever-present blow job, anyone?) make Skylar uncomfortable. So if anyone is looking for either a full on sexu
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Wendy F
Jul 27, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: 2017, heidi-cullinan
Goodness, this woman can write romance! I swooned and swooned, over and over, until I was a gooey puddle on the floor, made up of only squishy sensations from my heart. Antisocial just proved to me that I don’t need sex in a novel to lose myself, I need romance. This one was had no sex, with Skylar being grey-sexual, but my Lord did it have all kinds of romance. An author who can make me weak-kneed just from hand holding deserves all the accolades! I was so committed to these characters I lost m ...more
Tammy
Oct 23, 2017 rated it really liked it

If your looking for a read with steamy sexy hot scenes this isn’t the book for you.
To me this book was about emotional and family bonding, walls tearing down, plus at times erotic as hell book!!! 🙀😻
Based on the book description you would have thought it was just two characters involved but there was so much more to this story. I fell in love with the whole group and the one person I didn’t care for at first Zelda, turned out to be true rock for Skyler.This book at the end had me I tears I was s
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“You have no idea how impossible your job is going to be.”
“You have no idea how much I love overturning impossible.”
The smile was getting on Xander’s nerves. Under his skin. Into the soft places in his belly. Hardening that weakness, Xander lifted his chin. “Fine. If you want to look like an idiot, I’m not going to stop you.”
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“That’s what art does. Speaks to deep parts of us, usually ones we can’t access any other way.” He gripped his sandwich tighter as he ground the sticky gears of his manners. “I’m…glad you were able to see yourself in mine.” He ignored the part about the total stranger allegedly wanting to buy his art, assuming it was nothing more than a line.
Skylar smiled, not his ting but the gentler one that made something behind Xander’s balls tingle. “Me too.” The smile turned regretful as he rose.”
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