Back to School (College Try #3)

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Straight-to-Gay Enemies-to-Lovers College Romance

"I have to room with a freshman?!" Straight muscle jock David's girlfriend broke up with him and kicked him out of their apartment. He has to move in to the very last dorm room available at Stanford -- with his new roommate, Elias Chan, who at eighteen years old is already famous for founding a successful dating website.

David takes pride in showing off his muscle-god body and his surfing skills to Elias, but he doesn't tell Elias that he was just dumped, nor that he desperately wants to make himself attracted to women.

"I can't stop looking at his body." When David stretches and lifts in their dorm room, Elias catches himself staring. Back in high school, Elias was never interested in girls, but when he sees David casually doing chin-ups from the top bunk, he can't help but wonder what could happen. David says he's straight, but his backstory is a bit off, and he takes a bit too much pleasure in showing off his amazing muscle body to Elias whenever they're together.
"Let's surf." David tries to impress a girl with his surfing skills, but he and Elias are just too good together in the water. David's been scared to surf ever since Stacy dumped him, but with Elias, it's all just so natural.
"Partners in business, partners in love." Elias's business is attracting all the right attention, and with David's software expertise, there's a twenty-million-dollar investment deal coming. But David still wants to prove that he's good enough for his ex-girlfriend, while Elias fears being pumped and dumped once the novelty wears off for David.

Back to School is a standalone gay college romance set in the San Francisco Bay Area, with a feel-good HEA, hot surfing, and even hotter loving.

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