Book Tour: Hostile with Nicole Dykes
We're on tour with Hostile by Nicole Dykes!
Life has been easy for me. Top of my class. Star quarterback of the football team. Every guy wants to be my friend, and every girl wants to date me.
Yeah, life is pretty sweet.
Except it’s not.
It’s all fake. School comes too easy for me, and I’m bored. Football isn’t fun anymore. The guys I hang out with aren’t really my friends.
And the girls? I don’t want to date them.
The only one I want to date . . . He’s a little bit . . . hostile.
Life has never been easy for me. A foster kid, lucky enough to be adopted as a teen but who still can’t find a way to be happy.
I have two best friends who are amazing and supportive, and yet, I can’t bring myself to tell them my biggest secret.
Parents who pay for a private school a kid like me could never have dreamed of . . . that I hate.
It feels all wrong when it should feel right.
And I guess . . . that’s made me nothing but . . . hostile.
Nicole Dykes is an auto read author of mine. Every time I see a new book from her, I can't wait to get my hands on it. Once I do, I can't read the book fast enough. It is so nice to find an author like Nicole who writes LGBTQ books especially mm romance books so tastefully with engaging characters that stick with you long after the last page has been read. This newest book is no exception.
Nicole mentioned that she found writing this book a bit harder as she wanted to be careful about giving the characters "labels". I think that Nicole did a great job with this and that other readers who might be struggling to find themselves could relate to Rhett and Grayson. Speaking of Rhett and Grayson, they were so good together. They really enhanced one another. Once you find love, you have to take a chance with it and that is what these two did.
Meet Nicole Dykes
Nicole Dykes is a wife and a professional assistant/mom to two gorgeous girls. Currently residing in Kansas, she's a lover of coffee, Kansas City Chiefs, and all things romance. She currently has over 20 published books with her Monroe and Adamson series being the most popular. She enjoys cranking up the angst level, making her readers cry, and turning those tears into the coffee that fuels her writing.