The Right Move by BL Dayhoff

The Right Move by BL Dayhoff
Publisher: JMS Books
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Full length (179 pages)
Heat Level: Spicy, LGBTQ Interaction
Rating: 4 Stars
Reviewed by Alstroemeria

Trevor can never leave good enough alone. So when he meets model-gorgeous Chase who has an aversion to being touched, he spots a challenge. After all, no one wants to go through life not being touched by anyone, right? Despite a friend’s plea not to, Trevor sets his sight on fixing Chase.

After being forced to transfer his senior year of college, Chase just wants to avoid drama, pass his classes, get his degree, and move on (and back to his friends). He’s not looking for new friends, and his attitude gives him a reputation that makes it easy to accomplish. At least until he meets Trevor.

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Taking a chance on this novel will guarantee to be The Right Move! Getting wrapped up in the sometimes complicated flirtations between Chase and Trevor will make your heart pound and your pulse race!

BL Dayhoff has somehow crafted a book that is in the perfect stages between young adult and adult where the reader gets to fall into the ideal version of college, full of many nerdtastic real-world allusions, while also fulfilling the steamy fantasies that we could only dream would happen to us during our own four year tenures.

Trevor is everyone’s favorite college goofball, excited to be a part of everything and anything and always looking to lend a helping hand, even when nobody asks for it. So when Trevor’s world collided with gorgeous but complicated Chase’s, his motives of trying to help the transfer student began to change.

The readers are given plenty of adorable romantic moments, but Dayhoff has also gifted us with a wonderful helping of steamy scenes that will have you (and Trevor), begging for more!

While reading The Right Move it was nice to have a sweet storyline about the budding relationship between Chase and Trevor while also working through the major conflicts of the plot in a very important and practical way. What happens in the bedroom is very sexy, but the open line of communication between partners in this book is what keeps us sat-is-fied!

Let The Right Move take you back to a time where the world was your oyster and getting the full college experience was the pearl! This novel will fill you with nostalgia, meet you where you are at, and it will take you into the world of your deepest desires! Happy reading!