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Monogamy is unnecessary punishment. At least, that's what Leo Cartwright thinks. He's cheated on every boyfriend and girlfriend he's ever had. Not because he can't keep it in his pants, but because he's never met anyone who made him want to. He's happy bed-hopping his way through life, never committing and never settling. When the fall semester begins, he moves into his do Monogamy is unnecessary punishment. At least, that's what Leo Cartwright thinks. He's cheated on every boyfriend and girlfriend he's ever had. Not because he can't keep it in his pants, but because he's never met anyone who made him want to. He's happy bed-hopping his way through life, never committing and never settling. When the fall semester begins, he moves into his dorm room with the intent to party his way through his sophomore year, all the while refusing to face the demons of his past. Saint wants a real connection with someone, but being a major introvert and having social anxiety makes it difficult. After an incident in high school turned his world upside down, he's sworn off all parties and all fun. The only thing he cares about is getting through college and making something of himself. That is until he meets Leo, the carefree playboy who he wants to punch one moment and kiss the next. Forced together as college roommates, Leo and Saint bash heads a lot. Saint loves organization and quiet, while Leo is messy and loud. The two men couldn't be more different, but the connection between them grows stronger every day. The party boy and the bookworm; a tale of early morning arguments, funny banter, and sexual tension that sets the pages on fire. *Cheater and the Saint is an 80k word gay romance with playful banter, heartwarming romance, and two men who can't keep their hands off each other.*


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Monogamy is unnecessary punishment. At least, that's what Leo Cartwright thinks. He's cheated on every boyfriend and girlfriend he's ever had. Not because he can't keep it in his pants, but because he's never met anyone who made him want to. He's happy bed-hopping his way through life, never committing and never settling. When the fall semester begins, he moves into his do Monogamy is unnecessary punishment. At least, that's what Leo Cartwright thinks. He's cheated on every boyfriend and girlfriend he's ever had. Not because he can't keep it in his pants, but because he's never met anyone who made him want to. He's happy bed-hopping his way through life, never committing and never settling. When the fall semester begins, he moves into his dorm room with the intent to party his way through his sophomore year, all the while refusing to face the demons of his past. Saint wants a real connection with someone, but being a major introvert and having social anxiety makes it difficult. After an incident in high school turned his world upside down, he's sworn off all parties and all fun. The only thing he cares about is getting through college and making something of himself. That is until he meets Leo, the carefree playboy who he wants to punch one moment and kiss the next. Forced together as college roommates, Leo and Saint bash heads a lot. Saint loves organization and quiet, while Leo is messy and loud. The two men couldn't be more different, but the connection between them grows stronger every day. The party boy and the bookworm; a tale of early morning arguments, funny banter, and sexual tension that sets the pages on fire. *Cheater and the Saint is an 80k word gay romance with playful banter, heartwarming romance, and two men who can't keep their hands off each other.*

30 review for Cheater and the Saint

  1. 4 out of 5

    Daesy

    **grm** **spoilers** Rating--->2.5 stars(rounded) Ok so this book is meant as a start to a new series, so probaly Jacob and Angel will have a book too...But I don't know if I'll keep reading this. Back to this story... My rating oscilled to 2 and 3 stars for all the book. There were so many phrases that pissed me off and describing Leo as a wh*re/sl*t would be an understatement, and all this had nothing to do with the fact that he was bisexual, he just liked to get fuc*ed and fuc*, and the fact tha **grm** **spoilers** Rating--->2.5 stars(rounded) Ok so this book is meant as a start to a new series, so probaly Jacob and Angel will have a book too...But I don't know if I'll keep reading this. Back to this story... My rating oscilled to 2 and 3 stars for all the book. There were so many phrases that pissed me off and describing Leo as a wh*re/sl*t would be an understatement, and all this had nothing to do with the fact that he was bisexual, he just liked to get fuc*ed and fuc*, and the fact that he was BI only amplified his "range of action", still, I'm sure this portrait of a bisexual person will piss many ppl off. He slept with so many ppl I lost count(that dude really could be a walking poster of STD) and this happened also after he met Saint, and this annoyed me. I'm not a fan of seeing one of the MCs sleep with other ppl or flirting with the intent of banging them, but I can ignore it when all this happens before he meets the other MC. But here, he continued being a sl*t(there is no other word for him, and he also thinks about himself as one), all the damn time. There isn't actually cheating, but a scene for me really bordered on it. He was already sleeping with Saint, but their relationship was that of friends with benefits, not bcs Saint wanted it to be like this, but bcs he knew that was the only kind of relationship Leo was ready for. They had agreed on texting each other when they were going to have sex with someone else(not a thing Saint planned to do, though). Leo never stopped checking other ppl, and not in the way someone would say "they are hot" and then move on, but with the thought of checking and then buying. One day, while walking around campus, he meets Callie a red-head, that from the first second he wants to bang and actually he decides that he'll do it a the party the girl invites him to. Before going to that party he tries to push Saint to invite Angel(his friend) to their apartment and have fun with him, he actually suggests to Saint to sleep with him and he doesn't have the balls to explain that he is pushing him with someone else bcs he has the same intention with Callie. At that point, I was already deep in my "WTF" moment, and I really wanted to just finish this book. After this, he leaves the apartment and goes to the party, he drinks a lot and ends up in a room with that girl and they kiss(and not a chaste kiss). Things are getting pretty intense, when finally he understands that he doesn't want to do this and actually leaves before they do it, after crying, bcs he understood that with this, he could lose Saint forever. In the maintime poor Saint has read the sms, and is having his heart broken. I kind of hated Leo, and I never fully believed in him and Saint as a couple. Idk, I would always sleep with an eye open fearing that he would sleep with someone else. The author at start tried to explain that Leo wasn't really a cheater, but the fact that he didn't believe in being monogamous, didn't change the fact that he cheated on all his previous boyfriends and girlfriends and he also admits he did, so WTF? how can someone like that be trusted?. I can understand in not committing to a one-night stand, but these were your boyfriends and girlfriends, ppl he was with for months and that he cheated on, while being in a relationship. This is the definition of cheating, no excuse. I would probably rate this book 2.5 stars, rounded to 3 bcs no half stars, but I wanna actually say to all of you who hate cheating that this book will annoy the fuc* out of you, and probably, like me, you'll want to skip pages just to end this. The epilogue too, was a failure. I would have liked to see them years later, not only 2 months when they are still in the honeymoon period and maybe cheating isn't yet a thought. Probably my rating would have been a real 3 stars if the author had let us see them for example, 5 years later or so and still as a monogamous couple.

  2. 5 out of 5

    .Lili.

    3.5 Stars Cheater and the Saint was a pretty low angst and enjoyable read. -College roommates -Opposites attract -Hurt/Comfort lite -Character growth -Nice relationship development -Moderate steam -Strong HFN I would've rated higher if: 1. Leo didn't act so juvenile at times. He annoyed me a tiny bit. 2. And if some the dialogue wasn't so cheesy. It reminded more of high school than college. Or maybe I'm just old. Lol This was my first time reading this author, and I'll read more of her stuff in the future 3.5 Stars Cheater and the Saint was a pretty low angst and enjoyable read. -College roommates -Opposites attract -Hurt/Comfort lite -Character growth -Nice relationship development -Moderate steam -Strong HFN I would've rated higher if: 1. Leo didn't act so juvenile at times. He annoyed me a tiny bit. 2. And if some the dialogue wasn't so cheesy. It reminded more of high school than college. Or maybe I'm just old. Lol This was my first time reading this author, and I'll read more of her stuff in the future.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Alex

    LOVED it. This author is really, really good. This is the 3rd book I read from her and it's always great!!! Leo and Saint were adorable. Leo, the jock, the extrovert, that takes nothing seriously. He goes with the flow and enjoy everything and everyone. Everything to fill this void inside him... I loved him. So open and kind and lost... Saint, the nerd, the introvert. With anxiety issues. Needs order and lists to feel safe and confortable. Feels very lonely but have no idea how to connect... I just w LOVED it. This author is really, really good. This is the 3rd book I read from her and it's always great!!! Leo and Saint were adorable. Leo, the jock, the extrovert, that takes nothing seriously. He goes with the flow and enjoy everything and everyone. Everything to fill this void inside him... I loved him. So open and kind and lost... Saint, the nerd, the introvert. With anxiety issues. Needs order and lists to feel safe and confortable. Feels very lonely but have no idea how to connect... I just wanted to hug him. Fiercely! They were both so different and so perfect for each other. And despite the tittle, no cheating involved so that's a plus ;)

  4. 4 out of 5

    m ✦ foesandlovers

    4 STARS I honestly had SO MUCH fun reading this one. I don't tend to gravitate towards college romance much and I don't really know why, but this one called to me (probably because it's MM and I'm a sucker for anything MM) and I'm so glad it did. If you love MM romance set in college with the friends-with-benefits and roommates tropes, then I think you'll love this one just as much as I did! I loved Leo and Saint together, they were literally so goddamn cute. This book had great banter, sexy mome 4 STARS I honestly had SO MUCH fun reading this one. I don't tend to gravitate towards college romance much and I don't really know why, but this one called to me (probably because it's MM and I'm a sucker for anything MM) and I'm so glad it did. If you love MM romance set in college with the friends-with-benefits and roommates tropes, then I think you'll love this one just as much as I did! I loved Leo and Saint together, they were literally so goddamn cute. This book had great banter, sexy moments, a little bit of angst and drama but overall it was mostly just a feel good romance! This is my second book by this author and I loved it just as much if not more than the first one I read (Found at Sea) so I think I can now say I'll probably be reading anything this woman writes!

  5. 5 out of 5

    ari_romancebooks

    DNF at 30% , this book wasn’t going anywhere

  6. 5 out of 5

    Carol Dawn

    So, I actually finished this book the morning after it was released. But, I had a family get together and I can't just write a review in five minutes. I overthink everything before I hit publish.  Anyway, this book was nothing less than amazing. I always find that there is at least one character in each of Jaclyn's books that I connect with. Be it, the main character, a side character or even someone that only appears for a short time. This time I had a pretty intense connection with Leo. Probabl So, I actually finished this book the morning after it was released. But, I had a family get together and I can't just write a review in five minutes. I overthink everything before I hit publish.  Anyway, this book was nothing less than amazing. I always find that there is at least one character in each of Jaclyn's books that I connect with. Be it, the main character, a side character or even someone that only appears for a short time. This time I had a pretty intense connection with Leo. Probably more intense than any character in any of her other books.  I love people, I love visiting people and love when they visit me. But, I much prefer my solitude. Which is exactly how Leo is. When you read the book, you'll understand.  When Jaclyn first released the title I have to admit, there was a second there when I got a little worried. I really don't like reading about cheating. I'm so in tune with my emotions and the characters that when I read about cheating, it really hurts me. I guess you could say I'm extremely sensitive.  That being said, I went in without a single doubt and I was correct. There isn't a thing to worry about. The title is actually perfect and once you read the book and get to know the characters, I think you will agree.  My emotions were all over the place while reading this book, and it's all Saint's fault!  I definitely recommend. Cheater and the Saint. So, grab a snack, because you won't want to move once you start, relax and get to reading.

  7. 5 out of 5

    JD Crittendon

    College Love! Sex crazed, drunk partying and a smart-ass nerd are bits that make the Saint & Leo romance interesting. It was interesting in a low key way. This is a light read, some angst but nothing new or too dark. I thought the name Saint Winter was unique and fun. College Love! Sex crazed, drunk partying and a smart-ass nerd are bits that make the Saint & Leo romance interesting. It was interesting in a low key way. This is a light read, some angst but nothing new or too dark. I thought the name Saint Winter was unique and fun.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Tizerkane13

    Okay, so I read the author's warning/disclaimer, and I'm thinking calling Leo a "cheater" would be INCREDIBLY inaccurate and even damaging, considering the fact that he's not cheating on ANYONE, since he NEVER promised exclusivity and NEVER committed!! This is something else ENTIRELY [from what I've written below]!! Promiscuity NEVER equals cheating [nor does bisexuality might I add, and I felt like pointing this out because Leo apparently IS bisexual]!! SO ... since Leo never promised/intended Okay, so I read the author's warning/disclaimer, and I'm thinking calling Leo a "cheater" would be INCREDIBLY inaccurate and even damaging, considering the fact that he's not cheating on ANYONE, since he NEVER promised exclusivity and NEVER committed!! This is something else ENTIRELY [from what I've written below]!! Promiscuity NEVER equals cheating [nor does bisexuality might I add, and I felt like pointing this out because Leo apparently IS bisexual]!! SO ... since Leo never promised/intended on being committed OR exclusive with anyone, and those people KNEW it, I do NOT consider Leo a cheater; not in any way, shape, or form whatsoever!! I therefore WILL accept the fact that once Leo meets Saint and realizes there is FINALLY a person he finally wants to be in an exclusive and committed [MONOGAMOUS] relationship with [enter Saint], then he WILL be, without a shadow of a doubt, 100 per cent; perhaps even more fervently and devotedly!! I WILL be able to believe that Saint is IT for him and ONLY Saint ... that he will be loyal, faithful, honest, and exclusively devoted to Saint always, and forever!!! With all of the above being the case, with this new information, I do NOT see Leo as a cheater in the sense that he most definitely is NOT one in any way, shape, or form, by any stretch of the imagination, and the assessment I've crossed out below is definitely NOT relevant any longer!! So yeah, I've decided I WILL give this one a shot :-D!! I figured it was wise to be as clear as possible in my assessment of this book :-P!! WAAAAAAAAAAAAY different scenario than what I had legitimately presumed below!!! Just goes to show that unclear blurbs can be the downfall to a book and that warnings/disclaimers are very VERY important, and should never go dismissed!! ******************************************** I no longer think the below because of the above ... waaaaaaay different scenario than what I was originally led to believe, so the below most definitely no longer applies!! Mmmmmmmmm once a cheater always a cheater ... !! If this guy [Leo] never found a partner he wanted to see exclusively, then he should have just had an open relationship [which I DO get is something else entirely!!] ... but to cheat, that's something else, it's something that's completely inexcusable (and always kills a character/book for me)!! If this author wanted to write about Leo being happy bed-hopping and sleeping around, why not write about an MC who's not willing to commit; why make him a reformed cheater?!!? Cheaters - IN MY MIND - cannot be redeemed; I have an immediate dislike, disrespect, and disdain for people who cheat!! Always!! That's not about to change!! Ever!! Is this author seriously trying to paint a cheater in a more positive light?!!? Nah!! Nah!! It's not about keeping it in your pants, it's about being a fucking decent person!!! I have such a solid respect and inclination for serious and exclusive commitment, that I can't help but curl my lip at someone who cheats!! Though this book MIGHT be about Leo finding the one guy he wants to be with [Saint], completely exclusively, forever ... I won't believe or trust it, I won't, I can't!! Because what it comes down to is that in the back of my mind, I'll wonder if after the HEA Leo will eventually cheat on Saint too!! Meh!! I'm thinking I'm going to pass on this one!!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Claudia

    This book is so awesome! Even when I was wanting to strangle Leo and then Saint... lol such a steaming hot book!!! couldn't put it down!!! loved it

  10. 5 out of 5

    Rachel

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Such a good book. I always appreciate books that I can relate to. In this case, Saint has social anxiety, which sadly I relate to. He wants someone permanent or at the least, someone who is faithful. Leo on the other hand, his parents left him to survive in his own (I thought it was interesting he not only finished high school, but was in I think second year of college? Not many kids show that level of maturity.). After "meeting" his parents, I see why. Thankfully, he still has his older brother Such a good book. I always appreciate books that I can relate to. In this case, Saint has social anxiety, which sadly I relate to. He wants someone permanent or at the least, someone who is faithful. Leo on the other hand, his parents left him to survive in his own (I thought it was interesting he not only finished high school, but was in I think second year of college? Not many kids show that level of maturity.). After "meeting" his parents, I see why. Thankfully, he still has his older brother to lean on. Together, somehow they (Saint and Leo) are just... complete. I also LOVED Leo explaining he IS bisexual, but that doesn't mean he is going to jump into bed seeing a hot girl or guy. He is 100% faithful to Saint.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Shaztwirl

    Very Enjoyable An entertaining story. Don't be put off by the title, there is no cheating within the pages of this book.

  12. 4 out of 5

    M L R

    Maybe I'm too old for this one..... I've enjoyed other works by this author so it's probably a it's me thing but I had more cons than pros with this one: I did read it through and enjoyed a few of the one-liners. Leo wasn't always likeable but he was fun and did evolve into someone with depth. My biggest beef is these guys are 23 which is not the age of a college sophomore unless there were some gap years or attending college part time...neither seemed to be the case. But 23....hardly an age wher Maybe I'm too old for this one..... I've enjoyed other works by this author so it's probably a it's me thing but I had more cons than pros with this one: I did read it through and enjoyed a few of the one-liners. Leo wasn't always likeable but he was fun and did evolve into someone with depth. My biggest beef is these guys are 23 which is not the age of a college sophomore unless there were some gap years or attending college part time...neither seemed to be the case. But 23....hardly an age where you could label yourself a serial cheater or worry about settling down so you don't grow old alone. It's called youth and immaturity and college. I think this book went overboard with the picture of total hedonism but maybe not, we all know college offers plenty of partying and experimenting....so in that aspect maybe just not my jam. What really bothered me is Frosty's (can't remember his real name because he really didn't stand out) selfishness. No conversations and no openness...he just didn't bottom regardless of Leo's desires. At first I thought it was perhaps tied to trauma which is a whole separate thing but no, Frosty was just basically closed-minded and selfish. If he talked to Leo about it at all the reader didn't see it. Again, I'm not a 23 year old sophomore but I also wouldn't be satisfied with a partner that wouldn't consider my needs. In the end, it feels more like Mr Right Now for both rather than Mr Right.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Derreck

    4.5 stars! This isn't my usual read, and by that I mean a sex fiend and the introverted nerd. I've often felt it was overdone, but seeing as Jaclyn Osborn had written then, I figured, why not? I have loved Axios! And always will. Now I won't lie and say this blew me away from the very first sentence. It was good, and pretty much what I was looking for in a book. Leo (the cheater) was likable and he got more likable as the book progressed. Saint (Obviously, the Saint) was instantly likable. That is 4.5 stars! This isn't my usual read, and by that I mean a sex fiend and the introverted nerd. I've often felt it was overdone, but seeing as Jaclyn Osborn had written then, I figured, why not? I have loved Axios! And always will. Now I won't lie and say this blew me away from the very first sentence. It was good, and pretty much what I was looking for in a book. Leo (the cheater) was likable and he got more likable as the book progressed. Saint (Obviously, the Saint) was instantly likable. That is a person I could see myself easily coexisting with. I hadn't expect this book to yank on my tear ducts. I flat out cried in the last 20% Jaclyn really knows how to tweak those hard edged moments! Both characters had background stories and emotional baggage, without it tipping to become full of angst. Neither of them were perfect. They both carried flaws and that helped balance them out nicely. I won't say everything was entirely tied up into a pretty red ribbon, but I think that is up to us readers to finish for ourselves. I genuinely can see this continuing. Especially since I have curiosity over the side characters. I would love to read more scenes of them hanging out together. Thanks for making me cry again Jaclyn. I never thought I'd say that, but tears can also be healing.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Interrupted Reader

    Leo and Saint. The first half of the book was significantly better than the second half which just dragged on. Scenes were described with more detail than necessary, such as telling the reader what the weather was and why on multiple occasions, and I found myself mentally editing paragraph structure. I liked the relationship between Leo and Saint, despite Leo being a moron at times. Overall had potential, but fell short. Will likely try next book to see if editing improves. C, no reread

  15. 4 out of 5

    Snorf

    This one starts off pretty bad, but got better around the 50% mark. I wasn't the biggest fan of the characters, and really the plot is what saved this one. I don't know what I expected, but reading a character with such little regard for monogamy that isn't afraid to phrase it bluntly, turns out to not be my cup of tea. I found Leo to be grating early on. He grew on me more as time went on, but I never truly liked him as a character. Saint was better, but I never really got a good handle on his This one starts off pretty bad, but got better around the 50% mark. I wasn't the biggest fan of the characters, and really the plot is what saved this one. I don't know what I expected, but reading a character with such little regard for monogamy that isn't afraid to phrase it bluntly, turns out to not be my cup of tea. I found Leo to be grating early on. He grew on me more as time went on, but I never truly liked him as a character. Saint was better, but I never really got a good handle on his character. He comes across initially like a blushing virgin nerd shut-in type, but then it turns out he was an athlete in high school, and had friends, until bullying. And then there was the waxing poetic/philosiphizing that had me rolling my eyes so hard. His character felt somewhat inconsistent, and therefore I wasn't sure how I felt about him for the majority of this book. He was just okay. The plot on the other hand...it was kind of a mess at first too. Like the characters, it got better as it went on. But it took a while for me to be on board with the plot. The whole idea of these two men falling for each other was believable, but I felt there was a huge missed opportunity to show the developing friendship before true feelings take hold. It's basically a few weeks into their tenure as roommates, and like a week after they start actually talking like normal humans, that Leo - Mr. Monogamy-Is-Bad - is like "I have a crush". Then there is sexual tension and then they start fucking and THEN they become actual, real life friends. There was a missed opportunity here, and I really didn't start liking the plot until they got closer. But yeah. So this was meh. Which is why the 3 stars.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Melissa

    So I finished this book in just a few hours because I was invested in it! Cheating happens in real life and it’s sucks, but Leo was in that stage of his life where he had little impulse control and a high libido and due to his bisexuality he was able to get it pretty much anywhere. I know people who will be annoyed by that characterization of a bisexual who will screw pretty much anything but there are people out there who identify that way and legit don’t discriminate because they like sex so m So I finished this book in just a few hours because I was invested in it! Cheating happens in real life and it’s sucks, but Leo was in that stage of his life where he had little impulse control and a high libido and due to his bisexuality he was able to get it pretty much anywhere. I know people who will be annoyed by that characterization of a bisexual who will screw pretty much anything but there are people out there who identify that way and legit don’t discriminate because they like sex so much! Anyway, Saint is Leo’s nerdy introvert roommate who immediately judges Leo and isn’t very nice to him until Leo calls him out! Their friendship and then relationship is complicated until they finally figure things out! There isn’t any cheating once the actual relationship is established but Leo has a revolving door until then and he’s not ashamed. I really love Jaclyn’s writing style and her character building and I hope some of the secondary characters get their own story soon!

  17. 5 out of 5

    P Leslie

    Leo owns the man-whore label and he never hides that fact. He was fun, lively yet cocky but I enjoyed his friendly banter and the things he did to get a rise out of Saint. Saint was socially awkward, geeky but sweet in his own little way. Saint surprised me several times but the biggest shocker was how he went from timid to dominant in the bedroom. Saint and Leo were beautiful together - the fire burning on both ends was fierce and full of undeniable hunger and need. There was one scene where I Leo owns the man-whore label and he never hides that fact. He was fun, lively yet cocky but I enjoyed his friendly banter and the things he did to get a rise out of Saint. Saint was socially awkward, geeky but sweet in his own little way. Saint surprised me several times but the biggest shocker was how he went from timid to dominant in the bedroom. Saint and Leo were beautiful together - the fire burning on both ends was fierce and full of undeniable hunger and need. There was one scene where I kept saying ‘don’t you dare do it Leo’ - like me saying it repeatedly was going to stop things playing out lol. Amazing story with great characters and a slow burn romance that will leave you wanting more.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Angie

    Player meets introvert- opposites attract style MM romance 3 stars This was a good book but I didn't like the ending so much. I also don't tend to like books with promiscuous MCs so it was hard to like Leo. What I liked was how relatable Saint was, he was an easy character to like. I hated reading about all the bed hopping Leo did and I hated the whole Callie thing. Overall, it was an ok story. I'm feeling a possible story between Angel and Jacob. Maybe there will be a sequel and I'd read that.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Jacqueleen the Reading Queen ♡

    " If our course was set for catastrophe, it’d be one hell of a beautiful disaster. " This was a cute, angsty college romance where a serial manwhore ends up falling for his introvert/nerd roommate. There are plenty of misunderstandings/miscommunications going on along with both MCs bursting into tears at different times in the book. The two MCs definitely read as young adults. * Also the author states no cheating occurs in this book. By that I think she means neither MC actually has sex wit " If our course was set for catastrophe, it’d be one hell of a beautiful disaster. " This was a cute, angsty college romance where a serial manwhore ends up falling for his introvert/nerd roommate. There are plenty of misunderstandings/miscommunications going on along with both MCs bursting into tears at different times in the book. The two MCs definitely read as young adults. * Also the author states no cheating occurs in this book. By that I think she means neither MC actually has sex with someone else. (view spoiler)[ There is an instance where one of the MCs kisses someone else with the intent to have it lead to sex. In the end they cannot go through with it. The small caveat is that at this point in time the MCs technically were not exclusive even though both had been faithful up until this point. (hide spoiler)] 3.5 stars

  20. 5 out of 5

    Smacktard

    Okay story but ... The story is fine but nothing special. I guess in some ways it lacks credibility. The writing is not so good. The author lacks knowledge of some basic word usage. An example: "...once seeing him" rather than "on seeing him". IMO, a true author is able to use words and phrases properly, and in fact they have an obligation to do so. Claiming to be an author while passing on very basic errors in vocabulary is wrong on every level. A really good story deserves to be told well.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Lary Alvarez

    Amaizing story Beatiful book !! I loved Leo and Saint, a great story, makes me laugh, cry and get mad sometimes, but not because the book was bad,no, because life isn't fair some times, and nobody , nobody should feel like Leo felt for years. Leo is a goodnyoung man, an amaizing soul, the rejection he suffer change him, but thanks to Saint, his Frosty, he find his way again. Saint is a beatiful soul too who suffer to much too. Together find their way to happiness and finally felt like them selfa Amaizing story Beatiful book !! I loved Leo and Saint, a great story, makes me laugh, cry and get mad sometimes, but not because the book was bad,no, because life isn't fair some times, and nobody , nobody should feel like Leo felt for years. Leo is a goodnyoung man, an amaizing soul, the rejection he suffer change him, but thanks to Saint, his Frosty, he find his way again. Saint is a beatiful soul too who suffer to much too. Together find their way to happiness and finally felt like them selfa again. Not more hiding, . Amaizing book

  22. 4 out of 5

    Pat

    Leo a complete extrovert and Bi. Saint an introvert and gay.. You see how these guys get to know each other slowly and you can see it happening the love that is there but won't be mentioned ...... How they brought each others walls down was wonderful the way it was written was marvelous as everything Jaclyn Osborn writes is 100% perfect. I had so many feeling reading this book about as much as Leo and Saint had ... Wonderful book.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Pat

    Excellent! Oh I loved this, former bad boy, partying and hooking up all the time, redeeming himself and finding love when not expected. Although the path to love didn't run smooth for Leo and Saint, both having issues from the past clouding their judgement and shielding their hearts. The journey was witty, snarky and full of angst. The transformation, especially with Leo was amazing, reinforcing that their is someone for everyone.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Pablito

    3.5* Two college roommates, who couldn't be more different in all things except their hidden scars from being rejected /disowned by family, discover love can be masquerading as hate. But first they must surrender to their mutual lust and learn a few lessons about trust. Fun lead college-boy characters, but some details seem overdone; for instance, what every character is wearing in every scene and what every character orders at each restaurant.

  25. 5 out of 5

    wild_orchid

    Quirky and Fun read I laughed...out loud while reading this. My heart hurt for Saint...and then again for Leo. I loved loved loved Leo’s bisexual pride and his growth through out the story. I also could appreciate and relate to Saint’s struggles and loved that he opened himself up to Leo so that they could grow together. This book left me feeling happy and satisfied.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Katie Townsend

    Incredible Cheater and the saint was such a incredible story Leo and saint stole my heart from the moment I met them Leo and saints journey was fun beautiful intense emotional with heartbreaking moments and heart warming moments it was perfect The storyline was beautiful powerful incredible moving meaningful and had you hooked from the beginning to end i loved it

  27. 5 out of 5

    T.L. Travis

    When the right one comes along... All bets are off, and you finally come in to your own. I’ll never understand how a parent can not only shun their child, but cause them physical harm as well. This story will tug at your heartstrings while filling you with warmth at the same time.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Claudia

    You know I like an author when I read through as many books of theirs as humanly possible and yeah, I really liked this one. The build-up and the chase in this were super cute and steamy. Yeah, Leo was a douche at times but I think that made me enjoy his character more since he ended up being so different from where he started, and Saint was a good match for him.

  29. 5 out of 5

    HAYLEY SMITH

    Loved it!💖 Cheater and the Saint is a sweet and beautiful read and the storyline flows effortlessly. I loved Leo and Saint (Leo especially!) and found myself swept along in this extremely enjoyable read. I hope we get to hear more about Jacob!!

  30. 4 out of 5

    Carmen

    Awesome! I flipped flopped on my rating because I didn't go through a lot of emotions. But I must say it was a Great read and looking forward two part two can these guys make it for the long run? Fingers crossed!👍

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