Better Be True

Harrison Campus #3

by Andy Gallo

Better Be True - Andy Gallo & Anyta Sunday - Harrison Campus
Part of the Harrison Campus series:
Editions:Kindle: $ 4.99 USD
ISBN: B088C438QY
Pages: 240

Two friends. One bed. A big Italian Wedding.

Nico Amato is in trouble.

He’s in love with his roommate. Who’s hung up on his ex.

This so isn’t part of his summer plans. Luke’s an all-American jock, a jeans and t-shirt kind of guy. The kind of guy who thinks Nico is too much.

That doesn’t stop Nico from pretending to be Luke’s boyfriend, once, twice, thrice . . .

A friend does what a friend does to make an ex jealous.

Just . . . How many favors before Luke gives up on his ex?

 

Lucas DeRosa has a problem.

His roommate pushes every one of his buttons. Every. Damn. One.

This so isn’t part of the script. Nico is flamboyant, a tight jeans/purple blazer kind of guy. The kind of guy who thinks Lucas is boring.

That doesn’t stop Luke from pretending to be Nico’s boyfriend again, and again, and again . . .

A friend does what a friend does to repay a favor.

Just . . . How many favors before he wins Nico’s heart?

"Better Be True" is a roommates to lovers, fake-boyfriend, slow burn M/M romance with a HEA. This New Adult, college, opposite attract novel can be read as a standalone. The Harrison Campus series can be read in any order

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Pairings: M-M
Heat Level: 5
Romantic Content: 5
Ending: Click here to reveal
Character Identities: Gay
Protagonist 1 Age: 18-25
Protagonist 2 Age: 18-25
Tropes: Bad Breakup, Fake Relationship, Friends to Lovers, Opposites Attract, Slow Burning Love
Word Count: 59000
Setting: College Campus
Languages Available: English
Series Type: Same Universe / Various Characters

About the Author

Andy Gallo’s stories capture how he wished he’d spent his formative years, instead of how it really happened. Unfortunately for his characters, they find themselves infused with some of Andy’s less noble qualities.

A hopeless romantic, Andy writes seated next to a hundred year old Smith Brothers typewriter he inherited from his grandfather. He also dreams of superheroes and wizards and sees no reason why two men with superpowers can’t fall in love just like everyone else. Although not all of his stories have a paranormal bent, a touch of the supernatural never derailed a good read in his mind.

Married and living his happy every after, Andy helps others find their happy endings in the pages of his stories. He and his husband of more than twenty years spend their days rubbing elbows with other parents as they raise their daughter. Embracing his status as the gay dad, Andy sometimes has to remind others that one does want a hint of color even when chasing after their child.


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