Mars enters Pisces, giving Beckett Cooper the opportunity to assert himself when it comes to a secret infatuation; his best friend’s younger brother Levi. But can Beckett trust what’s in front of him and be brave enough to take what he wants?
With Venus in Virgo, people usually become more reserved, but Levi Byrne always takes the opposite road of what’s expected of him. So, instead of pulling back, he reaches out for a man he’s been interested in for years; Beckett Cooper.
Is it the celestial bodies aligning to bring together two people destined for each other? Or is it a simple tale of boy meets boy, boy likes boy, and boy wants to kiss boy? Do Beckett and Levi even care, or are they too busy getting to know each other … and falling in love?
M/M Contemporary / 19 794 words
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What did the reviewers think?
Annika at Boy Meets Boy Reviews gave it 5 out of 5 hearts:
I loved this little story. It was pure fluff and brain candy!
Nobody Else’s was an über cute and sweet and I would say cuddly, love story. It had everything I want from this kind of story, little to no angst, sweet characters, a pinch of humor and just had that feel-good vibe to it. I had a smile to my face throughout the read.
Jules at The Novel Approach gave it 4 out of 5 stars:
As with her other novellas, Iris makes the most out of the limited pages. The MCs are nicely fleshed out—I really liked Levi’s backstory—and the romance builds naturally and not too quickly. Also, these characters were so real, which is refreshing, and so sweet to each other; I just adored them. I feel like I know more about Beckett and Levi than I do about some characters in three-hundred page novels I’ve read.
Annika at Love Bytes gave it 4 out of 5 hearts:
Well written, in the first person from Levi and Becket’s POV’s; Nobody Else’s is one of those short stories whose characters are out and out good people, that leave you with the warm and fuzzies. It was nice to read a story where the main characters are under six feet and not ripped. Their body types are more like the average person, even if their personalities are practically perfect. Loved the gay biased horoscopes – they gave me a giggle.
Nobody Else’s is a short, simple story, light on drama and an angst-free zone, with that feel-good factor.