Published by Dreamspinner Press Genres: Contemporary, Gay
Reviewed by Lisa
Flamboyant Danny Marshal agrees to accompany his best friend Bo Humphrey to a frat party at the University of Michigan campus where they both attend, simply so Bo can ogle a girl. Fellow student Katie Lenard has caught Bo’s eye, but it is her big brother the college football stud who quietly stares at Danny.
There is absolute no way Danny will get involved with a straight guy who may want to secretly experiment. He was never in the closet and doesn’t intend to walk inside the door now. Fighting the electricity between them however is driving Danny and Lance crazy. Bottom line, Danny is way ‘out’ and bound for Broadway while Lance has his eye firmly on the NFL after graduation. Their future is set as long as love doesn’t matter.
Scheme and plot to grab the brass ring until a moment in time changes it all in Plan B. Opposite characters play off each other from harsh distrust to unrelenting love. Danny is sparkle and flash, Lance is stalwart and straight, yet the passion is palatable. Their romance is a journey, a struggle richly rewarded in the end. No argument, Plan B scores a hit.