When Jay heads to the university’s learning center for help with his math class, he doesn’t expect his tutor to be tall, dark, and handsome. But Roswell is all that and more, and their instant connection over cult movies, books, and TV shows quickly evolves into dating.
That’s when things get tricky.
Roswell might claim he doesn’t have issues with Jay being trans, but when he’s constantly insisting they “take it slow,” Jay’s not so sure. He’s been hurt before, and he’s not going to let it happen again.
But then Roswell reveals that he, too, has a few secrets under his skin.
Okay, so there’s not a lot I can tell you about Second Skin without giving anything away. I can tell you that I liked both the characters, the supporting characters and the way that Jay being trans was handled. The only BIG problem I had with this story was that it is way too short. I know, you’ve heard me say that before, but sometimes you just need more to take a story from a sweet little romance to awesome. I have no problem with sweet little romances either, but this one had some much ‘awesome’ potential that it was a shame to cut it so short. *sigh*