Crispin and Wills have been best friends since kindergarten, and became lovers in eleventh grade. It’s taken a year for them to negotiate their relationship through Wills’s first year of college, and now they’ve decided to move in together during the summer after Wills’s freshman year. Four hours away from the homophobia and prejudice of uppercrust Savannah society, neither can wait for three months of new adult freedom — and the freedom to live publicly as a gay couple. But nothing goes as planned, and their romance falters. They worked as boyfriends. Now they’re desperate for their teenage love to turn the corner into the real world.
The novella Slow Dance shows two memorable characters in a sweet, coming-of-age, first-love story with high heat through the lyrical prose of Julia McBryant.
Spin-offs of the Southern Seduction universe include both the Low Country Lovers and Southern Scandal series.
Rainbow Gold Reviews: If you like romance and erotica and writing that’s a higher caliber than most of the stuff that’s out there grab this series. I love all of them! … I had so many feels while reading this story … They still have off the charts sexual chemistry and smexy times that make me melt but they are growing up. (10/10)
Goldenchels, Goodreads: I know I’ve mentioned it before, but the author’s style of writing puts you right there, like you’re the one panting for Crispin’s next kiss or salivating when Wills takes off his shirt. Every moment is so real and raw, you can’t get enough.