Gemini Keeps Capricorn

Gemini Keeps Capricorn

Sometimes, one stubborn Capricorn is all it takes… to drive Wesley Hidaka to crazy, flirtatious lengths.Wesley loves annoying his RA, Lloyd Reynolds. He just can’t help it. Lloyd is focused, decisive, grounded. He has this amusing ability to follow rules.Of course Wesley wants Lloyd to break one… or three hundred.Sometimes, one smirking Gemini is all it takes… to have Lloy...

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Title:Gemini Keeps Capricorn
Author:Anyta Sunday
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Gemini Keeps Capricorn Reviews

  • ☆ Todd

    This third installment of Anyta's "

    " series was

    .

    was a law student, with almost zero passion for the law, but

    , which knew no bounds. If there were rules to be broken, he was the first in line with a raised hand all but screaming,

    was studying advanced mathematics, in hopes of becoming a math teacher and, eventually, a hig

    This third installment of Anyta's "

    " series was

    .

    was a law student, with almost zero passion for the law, but

    , which knew no bounds. If there were rules to be broken, he was the first in line with a raised hand all but screaming,

    was studying advanced mathematics, in hopes of becoming a math teacher and, eventually, a high school principal, which was a complete fit for his

    . If there were rules about to be broken, he was the first in line with a palm raised actually screaming,

    Aaaaah, yes, a match made in heaven, right?

    Yet, somehow,

    and they actually, against all odds, worked. Mostly.

    , which reminded me more of the first book in this series dynamic-wise than the second book.

    , but not in a malicious way.

    Lloyd was a master at not letting his affection for Wesley show, mainly due to the university's policy against RA's and residents having

    , which would have gotten Lloyd summarily fired.

    So bring on the

    , which was right up there with my all-time favorite Anyta story,

    .

    Although the relationship progress here sped forward at a fairly glacial pace,

    , as Wesley and his brother,

    , were both such handfuls, losing interest was never on the table here.

    Aside from the burning

    question, most of the drama arose from Wesley's interactions with his overly-religious, homophobic mother and Caleb's tendency for high school truancy. That tension kept things lively, but were thankfully kept in check in this

    read.

    The

    were kept to a pretty bare minimum, with only a few stolen kisses and one on-page sex scene, but

    , so I didn't really feel that anything was amiss in that department.

    This story is only loosely tied to the previous books, but we do get a few

    from book 1's

    , one of Lloyd's professors, and

    , my two favorite series characters to date. So yes, this story

    .

    For the

    alone, I'd rate this one at around

    to any fans of Anyta's slow burns, which she does amazingly well.

    ** NOTE: Anyta also posted a video play list for the songs in the book. : )

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  • Judith

    4.5 Stars.

    This is just too adorable for words,

    -Super cute,

    -Sexy-the ultimate slow burn which this Author does so well,

    -Great banter,

    -Fantastic supporting characters.

    Lloyd is Wesley's Resident Assistant and they've been kind of skirting around each other ever since they met.The attraction between them has been bubbling away right from the start but they both seem determined to put obstacles in the way of anything happe

    4.5 Stars.

    This is just too adorable for words,

    -Super cute,

    -Sexy-the ultimate slow burn which this Author does so well,

    -Great banter,

    -Fantastic supporting characters.

    Lloyd is Wesley's Resident Assistant and they've been kind of skirting around each other ever since they met.The attraction between them has been bubbling away right from the start but they both seem determined to put obstacles in the way of anything happening between them.....

    Lloyd takes his role very seriously,he wants to do things by the book and that doesn't involve starting something with someone under his charge and all the backlash that might cause.

    Wesley likes to tease and flirt with Lloyd but,after all,it's written in the stars that Gemini and Capricorn aren't compatible....right?

    Oh,how I loved these two together.Like I said no one does a slow burning romance better than

    .Her characters and story telling just have me completely engaged and sometimes(and most definitely in her books)the burning sexual chemistry is just as good to read about - it's tantamount to her writing that an abundance of sex scenes are not always necessary to make a book

    .She does her own brand of

    that works for me every time.

    Could be read as a standalone but,don't because the previous books are just as delicious,especially

    .

    Highly Recommended.

  • ~✡~Dαni(ela) ♥ ♂♂ love & semi-colons~✡~

    But who hasn’t read their personality profile according to the Zodiac? I speak like the sceptical Virgo that I am: even if it’s not accurate, it’s fun!

    Wesley has convinced himself that he, a Gemini, and Lloyd, a Capricorn and the resident assistant on his floor, aren’t compatible. Wesley believes (but does he really?) they’d have bad sex, which of course doesn’t stop him from tormenting Lloyd every chance he gets.

    Wes loves to get under

    But who hasn’t read their personality profile according to the Zodiac? I speak like the sceptical Virgo that I am: even if it’s not accurate, it’s fun!

    Wesley has convinced himself that he, a Gemini, and Lloyd, a Capricorn and the resident assistant on his floor, aren’t compatible. Wesley believes (but does he really?) they’d have bad sex, which of course doesn’t stop him from tormenting Lloyd every chance he gets.

    Wes loves to get under Lloyd’s skin. He flirts with Lloyd, borrows his condoms, and pretty much hates on all of Lloyd’s short-term boyfriends.

    Lloyd fixes the running toilet on Wesley's command but tells Wes he doesn't have a pretty face.

    Lloyd is a responsible guy. He doesn’t want to start something with a resident under his care. But he sure spends a lot of time with Wesley.

    This mating dance has been going on for over two years!

    There’s almost no angst in this story. The conflict relates to Wes’s younger brother, Caleb, losing his motivation to excel at school and Wes’s awkward interactions with his conservative, religious mother.

    Like the other books in this series,

    is the very definition of slowwww burn. And I mean tortoise SLOW. There’s no steam until the 90 percent mark. I was expecting this, but I still found it a tiny bit frustrating.

    Even so, I really enjoyed the story.

    I don’t suggest skipping the other books (because they're awesome!), but this one can be read as a standalone.

  • Wendy

    This is the third book in this series, and so far I have loved every single one... this one included ;)

    One thing is for sure though. Anyta is the queen of slow burn, and when I say slow...I do mean sloooooooooooooow ;)

    Normally I am not a real big fan of the "extreme" slow burn, but for some reason, this never bothers me as much, when reading one of Anyta's books. I still got frustrated at times though.

    Anyways, this book is about Wesley and Lloyd. They have known each other for some years and hav

    This is the third book in this series, and so far I have loved every single one... this one included ;)

    One thing is for sure though. Anyta is the queen of slow burn, and when I say slow...I do mean sloooooooooooooow ;)

    Normally I am not a real big fan of the "extreme" slow burn, but for some reason, this never bothers me as much, when reading one of Anyta's books. I still got frustrated at times though.

    Anyways, this book is about Wesley and Lloyd. They have known each other for some years and have become really close friends. Where Wesley is all about the fun and games, Lloyd is all about the rules. I love a good "opposites attract" story ;)

    These two have some great banter and chemistry going on, but Wesley is convinced that the two of them are incompatible. Want to know why ?? Because he's a

    and Lloyd is a

    .... of course !!!

    Wesley is convinced that they would have terrible sex !!

    All this does not stop him from flirting with Lloyd though... It's pretty obvious these two want each other bad !!!

    I really enjoyed this one, but I must say, that it also fustrated me a bit. I love a good slow burn, but I would have liked a bit more steam.... I could have done with a bit more time, with them being an actual couple ;)

    That said, Anyta did it again !! Highly recommended ;)

  • Heather K (dentist in my spare time)

    I've been having weird issues with

    recently, and they've been bumming me out. I've been so up and down with my ratings for her stuff, and usually she is super consistent. I was even hesitant to even try

    , but I loved

    , so I decided to take the risk.

    As I started Gemini, I got a sinking feeling. What's with the way that

    has been starting books lately? It was just... crazy, right from the start. It's like the first part of the book has

    I've been having weird issues with

    recently, and they've been bumming me out. I've been so up and down with my ratings for her stuff, and usually she is super consistent. I was even hesitant to even try

    , but I loved

    , so I decided to take the risk.

    As I started Gemini, I got a sinking feeling. What's with the way that

    has been starting books lately? It was just... crazy, right from the start. It's like the first part of the book has been chopped off and we are thrown right into the madness. I had no idea what was going on, and the banter felt disorganized and nonsensical. I felt like the beginning was a hot mess, and I was really disappointed.

    But then things got a LOT better.

    The romance of this book is what really won me over. It's a slow-burn, though the flirting and tension is there from the start, and when the two finally realize what they've been building to, my heart just about burst. I LOVED how this book ended, and even though the writing was still slightly off, the emotions just jumped from the page, and I couldn't help but be swept up in them.

    As they say, all's well that ends well, and this one ended VERY well!

    *Copy provided in exchange for an honest review*

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