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

  • Vir *Reviews for Book Lovers*

    . This is a sweet everyday story full of cute nonsenses, funny moments, love and friendship. 

    This third installment in the signs of love talked to me louder than

    . Much louder. It is true that

     is still my fav but because, to me, Theo and Jaime's story is difficult to beat since I conceive it as the happ

    . This is a sweet everyday story full of cute nonsenses, funny moments, love and friendship. 

    This third installment in the signs of love talked to me louder than

    . Much louder. It is true that

     is still my fav but because, to me, Theo and Jaime's story is difficult to beat since I conceive it as the happy place of the slow burns. 

    But

    is very close to book one, battling it with some great and

    :  

    - Friends to lovers

    - Fake boyfriends

    - Forbidden love or love against the rules.

    The result?

    that complement their differences perfectly, melting opposite personalities as if they were mixing vivid colors, creating this way a bright and shinny common place (cheesy, I know and I'm sorry but it came from deep inside xD)

    Horoscope and coffee connect the dots in this everyday story between a guy who stops in every yellow light and a man who simply doesn't see them. The playful and Mr. Right. Spontaneity vs. perfection and thoughtfulness. A man who mess with Rubik cubes to have the other setting the right color sides immediately (I loved that passage)

    Wesley is so absurd in his thoughts and behavior that I couldn't avoid falling in love with him. 

    He doesn't get one single thing about what is happening around him.

    . Or maybe is just he is in deep denial but whatever Wesley is, he gives patient and stoic Lloyd some good and entertaining moments and some exasperating ones too. He is so clueless that even neon lights guiding him would have been a waste of light.

    One of the biggest strength of this story (aside the cuteness of the whole thing) is the humor. It has a hint of the refreshing scent Whedon doted his Buffy the Vampire Slayer. And I'm meaning this precise show and not Whedon's work in general because the delicious sarcasm is melted with the absurd train of thought of Wesley and, to me (y'all know I'm a bit weird) that's part of Buffy's charming. intelligent humor impregnating the dialogues with some smart characters whose intellect doesn't affect the ridiculous of what they think or do. Totally Wesley if you ask me.

    Anyta is a master of the slow burn, that's for sure but I dare to say this story is more about friendship. About bonding. About the steps they follow from the beginning when they share a comfortable camaderie to the "oh my gosh you're my best friend" epiphany.

    The process is so nice to witness and loaded with tons of sweet, sexy and funny moments, that when the love revelation comes you're so ready, so in tune with Wesley and Lloyd, that you feel all as a natural and very welcome ending. But let me warn you: the neon signals are needed all the way to the HEA. 

     A few

    before I go: 

    Theo and Jaime are in the house ladies and gentlemen!! And it was great to see them! I loved this couple. 

    The Hidaka Brothers are physically yummy and I'm superficial enough to admit the exotic looks of these two make me drool all over the place. Hot! But since I'm a deep person (yes, I am) I should note here that I loved and enjoyed their relationship like crazy. For me, one of the stronger things in this book. There is so much love in there and it was beautiful to watch.

    The last 20% of this book is so, so sweet. It's about friends, it's about dreams and it's about LOVE. Some parts of the end reminded me to an 80's movie. It has that sweet oldie scent. 

    The little drama with the principal and Wesley's mother was precisely that:

    and I'm so thankful for it.

     

  • Renée

    Seriously, one of my favorite series ever! I can't believe that I'm giddy

    over a book in this series, especially one that follows Sunday's typical recipe of

    . Where the little bit of steam happens in the last 10% of the book.

    But I'm giddy, I tell you.

    The UST alone is enough to keep me around. When you combine that with the banter? #ded.

    Wesley Hidaka is an undergraduate who lives in a dorm. Lloyd (not the sexiest name for an MC, b

    Seriously, one of my favorite series ever! I can't believe that I'm giddy

    over a book in this series, especially one that follows Sunday's typical recipe of

    . Where the little bit of steam happens in the last 10% of the book.

    But I'm giddy, I tell you.

    The UST alone is enough to keep me around. When you combine that with the banter? #ded.

    Wesley Hidaka is an undergraduate who lives in a dorm. Lloyd (not the sexiest name for an MC, but I couldn't care less) is Wesley's RA on his floor.

    Sunday throws us right smack in the middle of a years-long

    going on between these two. Over two years of banter *cough* flirting and foreplay *cough* have transpired before we enter the scene. And I loved it!

    It took me only a few chapters to realize that these two are both totally in love with each other, that neither of them realize it

    , that neither of them thinks the other feels anything, and that

    else knows (and has bets going on how much longer Wes and Lloyd will last before they get together).

    I was confused by so many secondary characters, only

    , because not only are there multiple names introduced all at once, but because Wes has a nickname for everyone too. It only took a couple of chapters to orient myself.

    Wes

    to torment Lloyd. In a fun way; never malicious. And Lloyd practices patience on an hourly basis with Wes around. Not only because of Wes's antics, but because he might grab him and rip his clothes off at any moment.

    Wes is very concerned with how

    he (a Gemini) and Lloyd (a Capricorn) would be, as far as their astrological signs.

    .

    Wes runs to Lloyd for every thought, every anecdote, every question. And Lloyd does the same, in his own way. But that just means they're close friends, right? Snort.

    And Lloyd is clearly only hung up on the fact that he could lose his RA job if he starts a relationship with one of his "charges."

    Yeah, Wes, you don't want him

    The book is

    ! Every chapter felt like an adventure. It never felt too YA/NA for me. I highlighted the crap out of lines, and the banter alone had me smiling like a loon for most of the read.

    Fans of the series won't be disappointed. Book 1 is still my favorite (JLM FTW!), but this just as good as Book 2, if not a little more so.

    Highly recommended!

  • ☆ 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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  • Lost in a Book

    4.5 Stars

    How the hell does Anyta do it

    time with these books? I’m obsessed with this series. The quirky banter, the slow burn, the endearingly frustrating characters, and EVERYTHING else that makes this series

    freakin’ addicting was present in

    .

    That pretty much encompasses the fabulous dynamic between Wesley Hidaka and Lloyd Reynolds.

    Lloyd- RA for dorms, solver of problems, holder of infinite patienc

    4.5 Stars

    How the hell does Anyta do it

    time with these books? I’m obsessed with this series. The quirky banter, the slow burn, the endearingly frustrating characters, and EVERYTHING else that makes this series

    freakin’ addicting was present in

    .

    That pretty much encompasses the fabulous dynamic between Wesley Hidaka and Lloyd Reynolds.

    Lloyd- RA for dorms, solver of problems, holder of infinite patience, and perpetual rule

    .

    Wesley- Junior, student of law, chronic rule challenger and perpetual rule

    .

    Wesley and Lloyd have known each other for years. They live on the same floor and Wesley has the resident student to Lloyds RA status. Being an RA means that the residents are off limits for anything more than friendship and what a “friendship” these men have. Wes will do

    to get a rise out of Lloyd. Whether it’s frustration, humor, lust, etc., he just wants a reaction and Lloyd is his favorite law man to incite. Lloyd is a master at self-control and not showing just how much Wesley affected him. Wesley was completely over the top, cheeky and a serial flirt with Lloyd.

    I LOVE Wesley and Lloyd together. They balance each other out perfectly. Although they had to remain “friends,” they were never just that. There was friendship, feelings, connection, and a deep desire to just

    in the presence of the other. They had that best friend/smokin’ chemistry thing going on that you just knew would be amazeballs once they finally gave a big fat middle finger to the rules.

    But…

    It took FOREVER to give in. Am I surprised? Nope, it’s Anyta. Did it bother me? Hell to the no. Not once during the super-duper long slow burn wait did I ever feel like I was bored, missing out, or frustrated. There was enough going on with Wesley’s brother and mother to keep things going. But even better than that were the fantastically entertaining MCs. I was enjoying their snarky banter so much that I could have gone another 100 pages without any sex. (No, that isn’t a challenge to draw it out even longer in the next book.) They had an intimacy that was so much

    than physical.

    This book had more of the same feels that book one had. Wesley reminded me of Theo and Lloyd reminded me of Jamie. I just love the exasperated fondness and cluelessness that is present within these couples. Jamie is Lloyd’s professor in this book so we get some Jamie/Theo sightings as well.

    There was something confusing about Wesley and Lloyd’s relationship in the beginning. It took a tiny bit to understand their dynamic but once I did, I was ALL. IN. I laughed and had a cheesy smile on my face throughout their adventure to HEA-land. *swoon* This story has medium angst with the relationship between the MCs as well as the family dynamics at play.

    is no different than the previous two in the series; Anyta exquisitely tortures us with a slow burn but gives the perfect blend of personality, chemistry and connection between the main characters to make the torture and payoff

    much sweeter. I loved the hell out of this book. 100% Recommended

    Oh, I feel like I would be remiss if I didn’t take the opportunity to say…

    I’M AN AQUARIUS Anyta… *hint* *hint*

  • 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.

  • Jewel

    Anyta Sunday is the queen of the slooooooooow burn, and

    has some smoldering UST and a clueless MC who is the last to know how he feels.

    Wesley is in his last year of undergrad and has been focusing on law. He's not excited about that, though, and can barely make himself actually do the work. However, I don't think it is his studies that keep young Wesley going, anyway. That title would go to one sexy RA, by the name of Lloyd.

    Lloyd runs a tight ship keeping his residents in

    Anyta Sunday is the queen of the slo​oooooooo​w burn, and

    has some smoldering UST and a clueless MC who is the last to know how he feels.

    Wesley is in his last year of undergrad and has been focusing on law. He's not excited about that, though, and can barely make himself actually do the work. However, I don't think it is his studies that keep young Wesley going, anyway. That title would go to one sexy RA, by the name of Lloyd.

    Lloyd runs a tight ship keeping his residents in line (and alive, no thanks to one resident who is a complete disaster in the kitchen). Keeping the lead RA, Ryan, off his back is a challenge, too, so Lloyd tries to just fly under the radar and not break any of the rules -- particularly the rule about not sleeping with a resident, no matter how much he might want him.

    Rules. According to Wesley, Capricorns live for rules, but Geminis (like himself) live to break them. Their courtship is kind of a cat & mouse game where Wesley protests quite much, while still - not so secretly - bates Lloyd.​ Meanwhile, Lloyd tries to keep his sanity around Wesley.

    Wesley is the last to know that he really and truly wants Lloyd. ​

    I really enjoyed this quirky edition to this series! I loved the banter, the games, and both MC's never failed to make me smile.​ ​And if you're a fan of the slow burn, you will not be disappointed, in the least. These boys will torture you with their UST.

    is nothing short of entertaining and it made me happy the whole time I was reading it.

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  • 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*

  • Anyta Sunday

    Yay! Gemini Keeps Capricorn (Signs of Love book 3) is now up for

    .

    Blogger/ IG friends—you can now sign up for ARCs and promo ops

    SO, yeah. Wesley and Lloyd. Lloyd and Wesley. What a fun pair to write! It felt so good just letting loose and being playful.

    I listened to A LOT of rock ’n’ roll classics while working on this. So if you like to get in the mood check out some of these:

    Elvis Presley –

    The Surpremes –

    The Kinks –

    Elvis P

    Yay! Gemini Keeps Capricorn (Signs of Love book 3) is now up for

    .

    Blogger/ IG friends—you can now sign up for ARCs and promo ops

    SO, yeah. Wesley and Lloyd. Lloyd and Wesley. What a fun pair to write! It felt so good just letting loose and being playful.

    I listened to A LOT of rock ’n’ roll classics while working on this. So if you like to get in the mood check out some of these:

    Elvis Presley –

    The Surpremes –

    The Kinks –

    Elvis Presley –

    Elvis Presley –

    Elvis Presley –

    John Travolta & Olivia Newton-John – (from Grease)

    Listening to music really got me in the writing zone. There are some lindy hop dances that also were very inspiring to me, and they'll be divulged in an upcoming guest post.

    Writing the first rough job was a lot of fun, but it was only half the job.

    So much valuable input came in the next stages from beta-readers, sensitivity readers, developmental editing, in-line editing, proofreading and cover design.

    Writing a book really is a team effort, and I want to thank everyone that helped to bring

    to life.

    Thank you Hubby for brainstorming with me and giving me your feedback. Thank you Teresa Crawford for working me through some plot queries while on holiday! Thank you Devil in the Details for your constructive feedback on the plot and our fun Skype session.

    A big cheers to Vir who test-read version one of the story and gave me awesome feedback. It was definitely necessary to cut Subtle-Coffee! haha. I also loved finding how similar our tastes are in books and TV shows! Thanks for the encouragement (and thank your hubby for his awesome craft book recs!)

    Also, go Buffy!

    Another big thank you to HJS editing who worked magic on the manuscript--and that while being sick! (You're awesome, as always!) Cheers also to Labyrinth Bound for proofreading! Special thanks to Melanie Ting who sensitivity read Gemini. Wesley and I appreciate it! <3

    And to Vicki for reading for stray errors, and my dear Sunne for always being there and rocking quality control. ;-)

    Natasha. You are crazy talented and I love your work. I can't gush enough! Wesley is perfect. ;-)

    Finally, Wesley and Lloyd.

    Thank you for keeping me thoroughly entertained.

    I enjoyed spending time with you!

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