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Two Roommates. One Camera. A whole lot of action. I get crushes the way some people get seasonal allergies. And sharing a house with four hot roommates is like being stuck in permanent spring. Too bad I keep getting friend-zoned. But it’s senior year now, and I’m done pining for the impossible. Time to live it up and go out with a bang. Or a lot of bangs. And I’m definite Two Roommates. One Camera. A whole lot of action. I get crushes the way some people get seasonal allergies. And sharing a house with four hot roommates is like being stuck in permanent spring. Too bad I keep getting friend-zoned. But it’s senior year now, and I’m done pining for the impossible. Time to live it up and go out with a bang. Or a lot of bangs. And I’m definitely, definitely not getting attached to anyone. Especially not my straight, gym-loving, football-player roommate Sam whose impressively large... smile I caught a glimpse of once. Or several times. That’s why, when Sam asks me for help with a very special, very NSFW project so he can make a little cash, of course I agree. In the name of friendship. And if it turns out that Sam’s more than just muscles—that he’s sweet, and smart, and a little bit filthy, and a whole lot less straight than I thought—well, that’s neither here nor there, because this time I’m gonna be smart. This time, I’m friend-zoning myself. We’ve got a list of deliciously hot scenarios, a camera, and Sam’s huge… smile. What could possibly go wrong? From the author of Want Me comes the third new adult college romance in the Extracurricular Activities series. Expect low angst, high heat, plenty of laughs, a flustered redhead, a gentle giant of a football player, and enough BDE to power a mid-size city.


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Two Roommates. One Camera. A whole lot of action. I get crushes the way some people get seasonal allergies. And sharing a house with four hot roommates is like being stuck in permanent spring. Too bad I keep getting friend-zoned. But it’s senior year now, and I’m done pining for the impossible. Time to live it up and go out with a bang. Or a lot of bangs. And I’m definite Two Roommates. One Camera. A whole lot of action. I get crushes the way some people get seasonal allergies. And sharing a house with four hot roommates is like being stuck in permanent spring. Too bad I keep getting friend-zoned. But it’s senior year now, and I’m done pining for the impossible. Time to live it up and go out with a bang. Or a lot of bangs. And I’m definitely, definitely not getting attached to anyone. Especially not my straight, gym-loving, football-player roommate Sam whose impressively large... smile I caught a glimpse of once. Or several times. That’s why, when Sam asks me for help with a very special, very NSFW project so he can make a little cash, of course I agree. In the name of friendship. And if it turns out that Sam’s more than just muscles—that he’s sweet, and smart, and a little bit filthy, and a whole lot less straight than I thought—well, that’s neither here nor there, because this time I’m gonna be smart. This time, I’m friend-zoning myself. We’ve got a list of deliciously hot scenarios, a camera, and Sam’s huge… smile. What could possibly go wrong? From the author of Want Me comes the third new adult college romance in the Extracurricular Activities series. Expect low angst, high heat, plenty of laughs, a flustered redhead, a gentle giant of a football player, and enough BDE to power a mid-size city.

30 review for Show Me

  1. 4 out of 5

    Leslie

    ☀️☀️☀️☀️☀️/5 Walking on Sunshine Stars 🔥🔥🔥🔥/5 Heat "You're the first person I look for in any room. I hear you louder than anyone else. Even when you're quiet. Sometimes especially when you're quiet. I've never wanted to be with someone else as much as I want to be with you. Making you happy makes me happy. I've never felt that way with someone else either. Everything about you makes me feel impulsive and excitable, and it's both scary and exhilarating as hell." I'm presenting to you my first ☀️☀️☀️☀️☀️/5 Walking on Sunshine Stars 🔥🔥🔥🔥/5 Heat "You're the first person I look for in any room. I hear you louder than anyone else. Even when you're quiet. Sometimes especially when you're quiet. I've never wanted to be with someone else as much as I want to be with you. Making you happy makes me happy. I've never felt that way with someone else either. Everything about you makes me feel impulsive and excitable, and it's both scary and exhilarating as hell." I'm presenting to you my first five star romance read of the year and of course it comes from Miss Neve. I totally and completely loved this with my whole heart. It was sunshine in book form. My cheeks hurt from smiling and it just made me so damn happy. In general, I like my books with some angst. But I can be convinced to love lighter books if the mood strikes or if they are done right. And this was done right. So right. That it was sexy perhaps doesn't need to be said. It's a Neve Wilder book. But I'll say it anyway. She writes steamy moments that are right up my alley. They are always sizzling and always HOT. I swear she must be a witch with the way she has with writing THOSE scenes. Everything feels electric and she can go from dirty to one of her patented tiny, tender moments in an instant. At this point, these pastel covers have me melting without reading a word. Witchcraft. So yes it was hot. 🔥 Let's get that out of the way. But there was so much more that I loved. If you're wondering, I do think this could be read as a stand-alone. But I think it would be enjoyed best if you read the other books first. You'll get a better feel for both Jesse and Sam and appreciate their story more. Plus, why would you even skip the other ones? (No really, why?) What I loved about this book was how natural the flow of it was and how perfect the connection between the guys developed. How pure it felt and how right. Sam was a golden retriever of a guy and Jesse was a little bit of a porcupine. And oh how Jesse deserved Sam. I think many of us could use a Sam in our lives. It perhaps also goes without saying that I loved getting glimpses of the couples from previous books. Eric in particular, because he has been somewhat of a mystery as far as the inner workings of his mind go. At one point he gave Jesse some pearls of wisdom that had me swooning because I could FEEL in that moment how much he loved Nate. The guys didn't detract from Jesse and Sam though. It was more that they shimmered in the background to provide some support and also let us know that all is still well with them. I'd happily read about this group for books to come. So yeah. I unabashedly loved this. I hope you will too. "He's like...like all the birthday wishes I made but never got, stored up and rolled into one big gift I received at a time when I needed it most." **I received a review copy through GRR. This did not influence my rating or review.**

  2. 5 out of 5

    Ana Nimity

    First off, any time I see these colors and Neve's name on a cover, I start salivating because I KNOW it's going to be a hot read. A Pavlovian response, to be sure. I loved this trip back to the Extracurricular Activities world! Reading Jesse and Sam's story was like snuggling up with my favorite fluffy blanket. There's no angst in this fun and laugh-out-loud-funny rom-com involving college roommates. Jesse, housemate to Nate and Eric from Want Me and Mark from Try Me, has given up on finding tru First off, any time I see these colors and Neve's name on a cover, I start salivating because I KNOW it's going to be a hot read. A Pavlovian response, to be sure. I loved this trip back to the Extracurricular Activities world! Reading Jesse and Sam's story was like snuggling up with my favorite fluffy blanket. There's no angst in this fun and laugh-out-loud-funny rom-com involving college roommates. Jesse, housemate to Nate and Eric from Want Me and Mark from Try Me, has given up on finding true love and is just looking to hook up. Sam's a frat brother to Nate and Mark and moved into the house after Nate and Eric moved out. He's also straight - or so he and everyone else thought. Sam's got an interesting side hustle making the most of his assets, and he ends up getting Jesse involved. Hilarity and panty-melting hot sex ensues. Neve's known for having some of the hottest sex scenes in the MM genre, and she, Sam, and Jesse do not disappoint. Jesse's a sweetheart, but I fell head-over-heels for Sam, who navigates his bisexual awakening with a minimum of fuss, and is probably one of the truly nicest characters I've ever read. Neve's at her snarky best and I loved seeing Nate and Eric, Mark and Chet, and of course, the mysterious Ansel again, as well as Cam, who will hopefully get a chance to tell his story soon. I just didn't want the ride to be over! You could probably read this book without reading the first two, but don't cheat yourself like that. Want Me and Try Me are among my all-time favorites, and are classics, in my opinion.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Layla

    I received an ARC from the author and this is my honest review. Okay so let's start with the fact that Sam is my spirit animal an he was the sweetest sexiest guy Neve has ever written besides Eric. I read this in one day... and it's not a small book. It was funny, sweet, sexy.... all the feels and a cold shower. What I loved: The Characters: Jesse: Snarky, sweet, self assured Jesse, with the heart of gold and vulnerable heart. He brightened up up every scene he was on and it was such a treat to s I received an ARC from the author and this is my honest review. Okay so let's start with the fact that Sam is my spirit animal an he was the sweetest sexiest guy Neve has ever written besides Eric. I read this in one day... and it's not a small book. It was funny, sweet, sexy.... all the feels and a cold shower. What I loved: The Characters: Jesse: Snarky, sweet, self assured Jesse, with the heart of gold and vulnerable heart. He brightened up up every scene he was on and it was such a treat to see him fall for Sam, even after he was burned by others... #SlowlyButSurely Sam: One cannot read about Sam and not SWOON... I loved how he accepted his feeling towards Jesse seamlessly. How he just let it all just BE without any drama or unnecessary angst. He was the perfect combination of sexy, wholesome and protective. #TheWholePackage The Plot... Jesse lends a....helping hand.... to Sam in a time of need. Let's just say that he was a friend indeed. The plot revolves around the relationship development of Jesse and Sam. from roommates to friends and and then lovers... along the way they discover how good they are together. #NeverTooLate The Romance: The relationship progresses slowly but surely between them. What starts as help and friendship transforms into like and lust and love gradually which I loved. These guys took their time to fall for each other and I appreciated the pace...no insta-love in sight! Their connection was seamless and organic. #TheRightWay The HEA: We not only have Sam and Jesse's HEA.... we also got to know what Chet, Mark, Eric and Nate were all doing. A great ending to a great book. #GroupHug

  4. 5 out of 5

    Shelly

    This has to be the valedictorian of college rom-coms. I pulled an all-nighter to read this and I do not regret one moment of the sleep I lost. Neve put on her sassy pants when she sat down to write this one. Jesse and Sam's story was definitely the funniest and most angst-free installment from her Extracurricular Activities universe, but it was every bit as steamy. These boys know how to push the envelope and earn bonus points for creativity. Every moment of Show Me was smart and sexy and so damn This has to be the valedictorian of college rom-coms. I pulled an all-nighter to read this and I do not regret one moment of the sleep I lost. Neve put on her sassy pants when she sat down to write this one. Jesse and Sam's story was definitely the funniest and most angst-free installment from her Extracurricular Activities universe, but it was every bit as steamy. These boys know how to push the envelope and earn bonus points for creativity. Every moment of Show Me was smart and sexy and so damn fun. I could not have loved Sam and Jesse more. I almost felt punch drunk and giddy as I read this, the chandelier swinging from hilarity to smoooking hot to pure sweetness with each new page. I highlighted so many passages, it looked like I was cramming for a final by the time I was done. With cameos from all the past EA guys, reading this felt a little like coming home. I loved peeking into the lives of Chet and Mark and Nate and Eric again. Seeing them interact with Sam and Jesse as their relationship developed was the cherry on top. We also met some intriguing new characters and I hope they get chatty in Miss Wilder's ear soon, too.   If you enjoy college-age romances, look no further for your next read. Chemistry - A++  Anatomy - A+ Film - A+ Creative Writing - A++ Extracurricular Activities - A+++ 5.0 stars earned, with honors. Summa Cum Laude, indeed...

  5. 5 out of 5

    Denise

    3.5 Stars I actually really liked this one for the most part except for a few issues. First, this started off really hot 👀 Much more on par with the steam of Want Me whereas Try Me fell flat in that department. If exhibitionism is your thing, this is the book for you. In fact, I loved that we got a hunky football player who not only has an OF, but is totally open to fooling around with guys. That first scene was really something else 🔥 This did have some ex drama that annoyed me a little, but my r 3.5 Stars I actually really liked this one for the most part except for a few issues. First, this started off really hot 👀 Much more on par with the steam of Want Me whereas Try Me fell flat in that department. If exhibitionism is your thing, this is the book for you. In fact, I loved that we got a hunky football player who not only has an OF, but is totally open to fooling around with guys. That first scene was really something else 🔥 This did have some ex drama that annoyed me a little, but my real issue was that we skipped or skimmed over some of the moments I was looking forward to, both sexually and emotionally. Sam, as sweet and happy go lucky that he was, almost seemed too easygoing at times - a little more depth to him would have been nice. I was glad to see Jesse get his happy ending though after getting to know him in the previous books. Additionally, the OF aspect seemed to be forgotten about somewhat after the halfway point. I was also confused how they didn't show their faces during the scenes they did, especially BJs/rimming, the (view spoiler)["stuck in the dryer" thing (hide spoiler)] . Did they blur their faces or what? The author never clarified. Finally, based on an interaction with Eric and a comment by Cam in the bonus scene, it seemed like their (view spoiler)[friends found out and/or were told about the sex videos and the OF. So why the big deal about secrecy? (hide spoiler)] Also, it seems like there will be at least one more book, maybe two! Joel and Matt, Sam and Jesse's younger brothers, seemed to hit it off. There also seemed a possibility for Ansel and/or Cam to get a book. Standalone - Other books within series: Book 1: Want Me → 4 Stars Book 2: Try Me → 3 Stars Book 3: Show Me → 3.5 Stars

  6. 4 out of 5

    Cassie

    I just cannot get enough of this series. Each one has it's own theme/trope and each is just so great and refreshing. I loved this trope of roommates turned porno fantasy partners turned lovers. The relationship development was spot on and the character development was wonderful. We had not got a good idea of who Jesse and Sam were as people prior to this, and that made it even better. I really liked how funny this was as well. It was a light, fun read. All the side characters were great and then I just cannot get enough of this series. Each one has it's own theme/trope and each is just so great and refreshing. I loved this trope of roommates turned porno fantasy partners turned lovers. The relationship development was spot on and the character development was wonderful. We had not got a good idea of who Jesse and Sam were as people prior to this, and that made it even better. I really liked how funny this was as well. It was a light, fun read. All the side characters were great and then we got to check in on the other couples was great too. I enjoyed everything about this book. Definitely pick this up if you are looking for a low angst fun contemporary sports romance. Received ARC & this is my honest review.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Shannon

    wahhT I'm so excited! i didnt know this was going to be a thING o hell yes ... yay, I'm glad this wasn't a flop for me! sam and jesse were so sweet and them getting to know each other and their conversations were better than the smut imo. i want cam's book so bad! wahhT I'm so excited! i didnt know this was going to be a thING o hell yes ... yay, I'm glad this wasn't a flop for me! sam and jesse were so sweet and them getting to know each other and their conversations were better than the smut imo. i want cam's book so bad!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Bev

    Heat rating 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥 and 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 from me. The best of the series so far, I adored Sam, and Jesse wasn't too shabby either. I had originally placed it on my Erotica shelf, but the further I got into the story, the more I decided that it wasn't erotica, just hella kinky 😉 and pretty soon, it turned into a wonderful romance 🥰🥰🥰. There were plenty of laughs too, catch-ups with Mark and Chet and Nate and Eric, and I'm really, REALLY hoping for a HEA for Cam...he surely deserves one, pretty please!! Just Heat rating 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥 and 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 from me. The best of the series so far, I adored Sam, and Jesse wasn't too shabby either. I had originally placed it on my Erotica shelf, but the further I got into the story, the more I decided that it wasn't erotica, just hella kinky 😉 and pretty soon, it turned into a wonderful romance 🥰🥰🥰. There were plenty of laughs too, catch-ups with Mark and Chet and Nate and Eric, and I'm really, REALLY hoping for a HEA for Cam...he surely deserves one, pretty please!! Just a couple of examples as to why this is a romance...and yes, I'm sure that other people have quoted them too, but there were tears in this house. Real puddle of goo moments. You're the first person I look for in any room. I hear you louder than anyone else. Even when you're quiet. Sometimes especially when you're quiet. I never wanted to be with someone else as much as I want to be with you. Making you happy makes me happy. I've never felt that with someone else either. Everything about you makes me feel impulsive and excitable, and it's both scary and exhilarating as hell. Your lips are soft, and you're a really good kisser. The best. You're also great at cooking, which I've always said. Your're smart and funny, and being around you makes me feel really good, like everything will be all right. You're a great cuddler, and you're not a pushover, though I know you think you are sometimes. That's because you're a genuinely effing nice person who cares about other people, and that's not a defect, it's an effing asset, Jesse.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Keri Loves Books

    A sexy, flirty, and fabulously witty MM romance that is a MUST READ! Sam and Jesse are a hoot and I adored them. Such an enjoyable and totally fun read!!! Jesse went to college and fell in love. It didn't take long for his boyfriend to destroy every notion he had of happily ever after. Then Jesse decided that a good time was all he needed. Years later and he's still just living the single life. Sam's one of Jesse's roommates. He's a football player. The guy is big all around but defies the cliché A sexy, flirty, and fabulously witty MM romance that is a MUST READ! Sam and Jesse are a hoot and I adored them. Such an enjoyable and totally fun read!!! Jesse went to college and fell in love. It didn't take long for his boyfriend to destroy every notion he had of happily ever after. Then Jesse decided that a good time was all he needed. Years later and he's still just living the single life. Sam's one of Jesse's roommates. He's a football player. The guy is big all around but defies the cliché of being just a dumb jock chasing girls. He's good, sweet, kind, and beyond sexy. I loved everything about Sam. The two strike up a friendship under the craziest circumstances. It's a gradual progression as Sam and Jesse find their way. The journey was full of laughter and it's going to get downright dirty! can you say SMOKIN' HOTTTT? This quickly became a favorite MM romance. Jesse and Sam are couple goals. Sam may think he is no good at romance, but let me tell you that he nailed it! I even shed a tear because "all the birthday wishes..." The story had so many great lines and even a few unexpectedly poignant moments. The author delivered a fresh storyline, sizzling chemistry and a beautiful love between two really great guys. I am definitely adding this to me list of books I recommend!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Rebecca

    The EA series is one of my favourites, and last year when I was in a book slump, re-reading Nate and Eric's antics helped me through the rough patch. Mark and Chet were also amazing, so I went into this book with high expectations, and it didn't disappoint! Je-Josh and Sam were great fun to read, and the premise was fresh and entirely plausible. There was no manufactured angst or unnecessary misunderstandings, just two people figuring out a nascent relationship (with a lot of orgasms). I especial The EA series is one of my favourites, and last year when I was in a book slump, re-reading Nate and Eric's antics helped me through the rough patch. Mark and Chet were also amazing, so I went into this book with high expectations, and it didn't disappoint! Je-Josh and Sam were great fun to read, and the premise was fresh and entirely plausible. There was no manufactured angst or unnecessary misunderstandings, just two people figuring out a nascent relationship (with a lot of orgasms). I especially loved the interaction with secondary characters. Visiting old favorites felt a lot like catching up with old friends, and even the elusive Ansel made several appearances (I was half convinced he lived under a rock, not in the house). As with other great books, the end came both too quickly and not soon enough. I'm going back to do a re-read to see what I've missed, and I'll take my time to savour it the second time round.. This book doesn't give a clear indication of who might be in future EA books, but I'm keeping my fingers crossed for a nate and Eric sequel. == Edit 23/3: I brought it down 0.5 stars after the first reread because while the heat level was high, I felt the feels were a bit less than previous books. I was also a bit distracted by the liberal use of "literally" to mean both literally and figuratively (or for emphasis) - 11 times in ~80,000 words. It might have been a deal breaker for me in other books, but this is not going to stop me from re-reading the book and series multiple times until the next installment comes out. P/S: the bonus scene is now available and it is very... Satisfying.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Miriah

    3.5 stars? Maybe 3.75 stars? Hard to rate. Not as good as this author’s other books and I think that is mostly due to a lack of chemistry between the two characters? There really wasn’t anything about the book I didn’t actually like, so that has to be it. I even would say I loved the main characters individually. This book also didn’t quite seem like it was written by Neve Wilder. The entire book revolves around an OnlyFans plotline, but I think it’s the least steamy book of hers I’ve read. I wa 3.5 stars? Maybe 3.75 stars? Hard to rate. Not as good as this author’s other books and I think that is mostly due to a lack of chemistry between the two characters? There really wasn’t anything about the book I didn’t actually like, so that has to be it. I even would say I loved the main characters individually. This book also didn’t quite seem like it was written by Neve Wilder. The entire book revolves around an OnlyFans plotline, but I think it’s the least steamy book of hers I’ve read. I was surprised at where our main characters were at in their relationship - both sexually and romantically - by 70% in the book. I feel like most of the sex scenes where we would see the characters’ connection were fade to black. Jessie is a self-declared size queen but we never really hear about how he feels finally being fucked with a giant cock. Sam experiences SO many firsts that we don’t get his thoughts on either. The transition to boyfriends was awkward and stilted as well, without a smooth period of developing affection outside of porn. The one talk they do have on it, Jessie was absolutely ridiculous in (for a romance novel). I loved seeing past characters and (hopefully) future characters, and I have to give Neve Wilder major props for no babies in her epilogues. Overall, it was moderately enjoyable but doesn’t hold a candle to the first two books in the series, and I am disappointed.

  12. 4 out of 5

    AntheMore

    5+ “hot-and-fun” stars! If you’re in the mood for genuinely endearing sunny characters and a no-angst story, then Show Me is just what you need. All the characters in the EA books have insane chemistry, and boy, this one also did not disappoint at all! Yes, this is the third book in the series. No, you don’t have to read the previous ones to enjoy it (but why skip them when they are the best thing to treat yourself with?). Yes, the previous couples are part of the story (I mean, they all are frien 5+ “hot-and-fun” stars! If you’re in the mood for genuinely endearing sunny characters and a no-angst story, then Show Me is just what you need. All the characters in the EA books have insane chemistry, and boy, this one also did not disappoint at all! Yes, this is the third book in the series. No, you don’t have to read the previous ones to enjoy it (but why skip them when they are the best thing to treat yourself with?). Yes, the previous couples are part of the story (I mean, they all are friends and roommates) but not in a way that takes the spotlight off Sam and Jesse, and it’s always a riot to see them banter! What we have here is the best side of college life. On one hand, we have Sam, the supposedly straight frat jock who’s a happy-go-lucky golden retriever (not to take litteraly, there is no shifters here). And on the other hand, we have Jesse, sweet and smart no-filter Jesse who’s looking for Mr. Right Now since the failure of his previous relationship. There is no will-they-won’t-they kind of tension, no drama about feelings and sexual orientation, because they both do what feels good to them and they live in the moment. Their tension is the kind you get from the thrill of fear from being discovered in forbidden locations, flirting with voyeurism. Neve delivers again some of the hottest sex scenes ever, which are also fun and light, just like Sam and Jesse themselves. Nothing is complicated, everything flows easily between them: this is a condensed feel-good cocktail with just the right amount of trouble to spice things up around. It's the very best thing to bring a constant smile on your lips. I received an ARC for an honest review.

  13. 5 out of 5

    RandomHeart

    Sigh....all the fluffity fluff fluffy feels!! Neve Wilder writes stories you wanna roll around in and soak your imagination with! I love her Extracurricular Activities series and each book has had its own flavor, unique characters and varying levels of angst not one is the same and that’s so hard to do sometimes, I think. This book has zero angst it’s roommates who become friends over a very unique circumstance and then become lovers and then discover through all this they fell in love. Sam is on Sigh....all the fluffity fluff fluffy feels!! Neve Wilder writes stories you wanna roll around in and soak your imagination with! I love her Extracurricular Activities series and each book has had its own flavor, unique characters and varying levels of angst not one is the same and that’s so hard to do sometimes, I think. This book has zero angst it’s roommates who become friends over a very unique circumstance and then become lovers and then discover through all this they fell in love. Sam is one of my favorite MCs to date now I love his easy going attitude and I love how well he fits the sweet and sometimes salty Jesse whose story I’ve wanted since book one and I’m perfectly happy with the HEA we got here!! If you like lots of heart, steam and zero angst and well written characters you’ll love this book! It’s even better if you’ve read the first two because we get to keep getting glimpses of Nate&Eric and Chet&Mark which makes my heart happy and I’m looking forward to Cams story one day and hopefully Ansel too 😉 * I reviewed this book after being receiving an ARC*

  14. 5 out of 5

    Lisa

    This was so my jam I love when you are recommended a book in a series, or randomly grab like book three in a set of connected stand alones, and love it so much it makes you go back and read the rest. This was so good. And I know that if the others were even slightly as enjoyable, I can't go wrong. I love Jesse for his frankness, his personality, and how he is a good friend and brother. I love Sam, gosh he's just happy go lucky and unapologetic. I love how open Sam is to new experiences. And these This was so my jam I love when you are recommended a book in a series, or randomly grab like book three in a set of connected stand alones, and love it so much it makes you go back and read the rest. This was so good. And I know that if the others were even slightly as enjoyable, I can't go wrong. I love Jesse for his frankness, his personality, and how he is a good friend and brother. I love Sam, gosh he's just happy go lucky and unapologetic. I love how open Sam is to new experiences. And these boys do experience a lot of fun dirty stuff together. But I love the end. I love Sam's big open heart speech near the end. Sometimes I skim those, they can get to be I don't know, same old same old. But his was attention grabbing and got me. So glad I picked this up.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Becky

    Sweet, hot, satisfying Thoroughly enjoyable. Sam is my favourite kind of slightly older awakening: no angst about it, throws himself in head first. The tension, which is perfectly balanced, comes from Jesse's trust issues and the increasingly risky exhibitionism these two engage in. If you want a low angst read that will leave you grinning and bit hot under the collar, you've found it. Sweet, hot, satisfying Thoroughly enjoyable. Sam is my favourite kind of slightly older awakening: no angst about it, throws himself in head first. The tension, which is perfectly balanced, comes from Jesse's trust issues and the increasingly risky exhibitionism these two engage in. If you want a low angst read that will leave you grinning and bit hot under the collar, you've found it.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Pam

    So porn is literally the plot here, but it's Neve Wilder, so I am NOT complaining! The first couple of solo scenes were kinda boring, but after that it was deliciously hot. Plus Jesse’s snark about Nate and Eric cracked me up So porn is literally the plot here, but it's Neve Wilder, so I am NOT complaining! The first couple of solo scenes were kinda boring, but after that it was deliciously hot. Plus Jesse’s snark about Nate and Eric cracked me up

  17. 5 out of 5

    Amy B.

    Book 3 in the Extracurricular Activities series is the lowest-angst of the series, but with the heat cranked up to 11, don’t let that fool you! Jesse and Sam start as friends-of-a-friend freshman year and by the start of senior year they’re roommates, though they’re not really friends. In fact, they don’t really pay much attention to one another until Jesse stumbles upon Sam’s “extracurricular activities” 😉...and before long, Jesse is helping out. This is a pretty straightforward story of two guys Book 3 in the Extracurricular Activities series is the lowest-angst of the series, but with the heat cranked up to 11, don’t let that fool you! Jesse and Sam start as friends-of-a-friend freshman year and by the start of senior year they’re roommates, though they’re not really friends. In fact, they don’t really pay much attention to one another until Jesse stumbles upon Sam’s “extracurricular activities” 😉...and before long, Jesse is helping out. This is a pretty straightforward story of two guys who start something completely casual and then catch feelings, but Neve Wilder is such a talented writer that even a familiar plot holds opportunities to be surprised. Jesse is a caring and snarky twink who is trying to protect his lil gay heart, and Sam is a hulking football player with an absolute heart of gold. This is a bi-awakening story for Sam, but there’s no angst or drama. Sam is utterly delightful, and the heat level is off the charts. I tore through this book in two days and several times could feel a big smile on my face as I read. Highly recommend!!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Florence .

    2.5 stars Well... the good part is that this is only 2.5 stars less than what I thought I would be giving this book. I will admit, this rating is probably a little harsh but I had really high expectations for this and i’m just really sad that it didn’t work for me. I was so damn excited for this book, I absolutely adored the first two books in this series but this book just fell flat, really badly. Brief summary: Jessie was cheated on by his ex 3 years ago and since then he only hooks up and all, 2.5 stars Well... the good part is that this is only 2.5 stars less than what I thought I would be giving this book. I will admit, this rating is probably a little harsh but I had really high expectations for this and i’m just really sad that it didn’t work for me. I was so damn excited for this book, I absolutely adored the first two books in this series but this book just fell flat, really badly. Brief summary: Jessie was cheated on by his ex 3 years ago and since then he only hooks up and all, because he doesn’t want his heart broken. He starts watching porn videos by a guy that has a big dick and he then realizes that it’s his roommate Sam, who has an OnlyFans. Jessie then starts filming the videos for Sam and then Sam decides he wants to do gay for pay (at this point, Sam identifies as straight), so they start filming videos together. And somewhere during that, they fall in love. The thing is, I absolutely adored the first 60% of this book. I was having so much fun reading it and it was hiting all of my buttons. But somewhere along the 60% mark, I started getting really tired of them only meeting up and doing the OnlyFans videos and doing nothing else together. I really would have liked them spending time together that didn’t revolve around them making sex video together. If they were just having sex, that would have been fine. But they were under the impression that Sam was only doing gay for pay and was straight. So I just couldn’t see them form a connection under those circumstances. I would have liked them to have more interactions that those, I really needed to see those actually. I really enjoyed the small scenes where we got to see them develop feelings the other but they were rare and very spaced out. I wanted so much more of those. It just really wasn’t as good as the first 60% of the book. I will start by saying all the things I loved about the first 60% of this book and then I will to try how this book went downhill for me. The things I really enjoyed: First, I really fucking love the two college boys who are complete idiots and can’t realize they love each other trope and it was done so well here. They both were so clueless and kept blaming their attraction on other things and not the fact that they might be into the other. It was so fun to read about, I absolutely loved it. Second, I really loved Sam. I loved how he did things for jesse and how he just wanted to he nice to Jesse and take care of him. I loved he listened to jesse and wanted to learn about him and he seemed like he always wanted to spend time with Jesse and it was so cute. I also loved Sam just went with things, how he didn’t make a big deal out of them. He was so easy goiny and things didn’t really bother him, he just went with the flow and didn’t question everything. I really loved that about him and I was so jealous, I really wish I was like him. Third, the public sex. Thats all I have to say, public sex is really fucking hot. Fourth, I always love a good sexual discovery and it’s really fucking well done here. I absolutely loved how sam realized he was into Jesse. It was all in the little details and it felt so damn realistic. Fifth, for the first 60% of this book, (we will come back to this later) the sex scenes were really fucking hot. I loved how all the sex scenes we got were really detailed and vivid. I also loved how Sam got off on Jesse telling him what to do. Also, special mention tho that one really fucking hot foot rub scene. Where it went downhill: I am absolutely gutted that I stopped enjoying this book after 60% because I was really loving it. First, I really wanted more of them actually together. I did really like the idea of them filming for OnlyFans but I would have prefered less filming and more interactions outside of filming. It was out at first but I never felt them developing a connection or falling in love because most of the time when they were together, it was only to film an OnlyFans video. Also, I wanted them to have sex outside of filming, I feel like it would have helped me to feel their connection more. I did enjoy when they forgot that the camera was on and it was only about themselves, I wanted way more of that. Filming for the OnlyFans was really hot at first but at some point it seemed like they had no connection and only talked to film the OnlyFans videos. Also, for a book about them having an OnlyFans and doing porn video, the porn really didn’t seem to have that much focus. Most of the time it just seemed like they did the scenes because they had nothing else to do and not because they loved it. I just feel like this could have been exploited a lot better, it left a lot to be desired. Second, and this one is actually the reason why i’m the most annoyed. Up to about 60%, we got really really detailed sex scenes but after that, most of the scenes were fade to black. We missed things like Sam getting his first rimjob and the first time they had sex without filming a video. I feel like I really would have needed to see those scenes to feel their connection. Those feel like two very important scenes that I needed to be there for in order to see how they feel about the other, but I didn’t get them. There is so many description of sex in the first 60%, I just don’t understand why we had to switch to fade to black after. I would have understood if it was things they did before, but that was them doing two very new things and we just didn’t get to see them. I really feel like I missed a lot because of that choice because the sex scenes when they were just fucking and all, were very detailed, but all of the sex scenes where they were starting to fall for the other were fade to black. Third, I never really liked Jessie. Sam seemed way more invested in the relationship than him. Jessie kept acting like it was no big deal and he wasn’t into sam. Sam knew he wanted jessie and went for it. And it kind of annoyed me that Jessie just didn’t return the same energy. I never felt that Jessie loves Sam. Fourth, the switch between hook up to boyfriends didn’t really make sense. It happened so suddently and they were barely affectionate with the other before it happened, they were still trying to convince themselves it was only sex. Which is why I couldn’t really see how they loved each other so much. It just didn’t seem like they were at the point where you confess your love and all. I also would have loved to get way more scenes between the two of them, I feel like we missed a lot of important moments and seeing those probably would have helped me see how much they love each other. Fifth, the fucking drama that lead to the big public declaration of feelings, I hated it, so much. I know it was supposed to be cute but it just pissed me off. I was frustrated with set up for the big romantic public gesture and I didn’t feel like I didn’t feel like they were at that stage quite yet. I must admit that it was really cute how Sam confesed his love but the entire set up for that scene just really bothered me. I really don’t like big out of nowhere drama and public declarations of feelings and we got both here. Also, this is just an observation but I was really confused as to how they filmed blowjobs and rimming scenes for the OnlyFans. They were not filming they faces in their videos, so how did they film those scenes? I really would like to know! This one just really disapointed me and it wasn’t what I wanted it to be, but I really liked cathing up with Nate and Eric and Marc and Chet, that was one of the best part of the book.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Larissa

    Holy hell. Read this book with a fire extinguisher at the ready. Your Kindle’s gonna go up in flames. The blurb warns us that Neve Wilder’s Show Me contains “enough BDE to power a mid-size city” — and that’s no joke. BDE, aka “big dick energy”, strictly defined, is the quiet self-confidence a person exudes when they know they’re enormously endowed and know what to do with it. But BDE is actually more than that and it applies to both Sam and Jesse, our exhibitionist couple in Show Me. Before I cont Holy hell. Read this book with a fire extinguisher at the ready. Your Kindle’s gonna go up in flames. The blurb warns us that Neve Wilder’s Show Me contains “enough BDE to power a mid-size city” — and that’s no joke. BDE, aka “big dick energy”, strictly defined, is the quiet self-confidence a person exudes when they know they’re enormously endowed and know what to do with it. But BDE is actually more than that and it applies to both Sam and Jesse, our exhibitionist couple in Show Me. Before I continue further with that thought, let’s level-set. If that introductory discussion of BDE has you gasping “Oh my, that’s vulgar” like a pearl clutching granny, just move along. Nothing to see here. For the rest of us, know that BDE, despite the obvious genitalia reference, is really more about attitude and personality than it is anatomy. Although it can stem from having a BD, the D part of BDE is just a metaphor. It’s emotional, not physical. BDE effortlessly exudes from people, regardless of gender, who don’t give a s*** what other people think of them. They know their value and they don’t need to laud it over others. It’s respect, with swagger. Once you meet Sam and Jesse, this will all sound very familiar. Sam and Jesse have got BDE for days. We know from the outset in this book that Sam has very prodigious genitalia. He’s got the BD part of BDE, for sure. But more importantly, he’s got the attitude and personality. He’s happy-go-lucky, even tempered, unflappable. Even not having been with a man before doesn’t throw him off his game. He unabashedly, without hesitation or contemplation, uses what he’s got without bragging about it. Sam needs to save up money for the future, to help his large family if they need it, and to give himself a fallback for the future. He doesn’t hesitate to make sex videos of himself, nor does he think twice about it. Sam’s easy going, confident, respectful and caring. Once he gets Jesse in the mix, all he wants is to use his considerable “assets” to pleasure Jesse, to make him happy, physically and emotionally. Jesse is less about the BD and more about the E – the BD attitude. He’s a saucy ginger who may get flustered at times, but not because he doubts himself. He oozes confidence in an unintentional way. He knows he’s got sexual prowess and doesn’t doubt his ability to use it successfully with Sam. He’s a nice guy who cares about others and enjoys doting on them. It’s not something he thinks about, except in confusion when it’s used against him, like by his cheating, SOB of an ex, Reid. Jesse embraces who he is on all levels. Together, Sam and Jesse are #goals. Their “business” hookups morph into true attraction, then real feels, and ultimately deep and abiding love. Neve conveys this through crisp, witty, incisive writing and terrific character development. If you’ve read her books before, you know exactly what I’m talking about. You know the writing’s great and you’ll get multi-faceted, hot, intriguing, hot, engaging, hot, endearing, hot men with smoking hot chemistry. If you haven’t read her books before, … well, I don’t know what you’re doing with your life. Neve consistently delivers creative, erotic, 5-alarm-fire hot sex scenes – and a lot of them. Few people can accomplish that as deftly as she can. For example, Book 1 in this Extracurricular Activities series, Want Me, is one of the hottest books I’ve ever read. That library scene alone nearly made me combust. Show Me is not too far behind on that hot reads list. So in order to do Show Me justice in this review, I felt the need to review that scene, maybe a few times, … you know, for purely literary research purposes. But I digress … Let’s all just admit it: we’re here for it. This ain’t no Jane Austen. (If you want that, go read the fabulous Emerett has Never Been in Love by Anyta Sunday). But if you think this is just smut, you’d be very very wrong. Neve takes high heat, tenderness, emotions, humor and swoon (not necessarily in equal parts), and produces a romance that is 100% sexy and 0% smutty, despite the explicit sex scenes throughout. And let’s talk about those prevalent sex scenes for a minute. Neve doesn’t just deliver Sam and Jesse having sizzling sex. She creates inventive, unexpected, super-charged, erotic encounters that still manage to have emotional connection. You’ll never look at a dryer the same way again. At heart, Show Me is a romance and a damn good one. Sam and Jesse are amazing together. Total opposites that perfectly fit. This is not a string of hookups. This well-written story chronicles the development of a real connection and authentic love between two deserving men. While we get sharp, frankly hysterical, comments like: “I could knock one out in forty-five seconds if I had to, but it wasn’t pretty. I had to blow the smoke off my palm afterward, gunslinger-style.” we also get swoony, love declarations like: “[Sam’s] like … like all the birthday wishes I made but never got, stored up and rolled into one big gift I received at a time when I needed it most.” Show Me really is the whole package. Makes me wonder if it’s possible for a book to have BDE. I’m thinking it just might be, because Show Me contains all the BDE characteristics in spades. Grab the book and your fire extinguisher and settle in for a sexy, sweet, sizzling, satisfying top-notch romance. (Oh and if you haven’t read the first two books in the series, I highly recommend you read those too. With the fire extinguisher.)

  20. 4 out of 5

    Jenn

    4.5 stars. Well, this was CUTE. Neve just excels at writing college-aged men, sexual exploration, easy humor, and characters that feel like a warm blanket. They almost make me cry with how much I want to be friends with them at times...or you know, bang them. What stands out so much for me and this series is how each book and its characters are very much their own. While you might go into this series knowing you'll get a book about college-aged men and sexual exploration as mentioned above, that 4.5 stars. Well, this was CUTE. Neve just excels at writing college-aged men, sexual exploration, easy humor, and characters that feel like a warm blanket. They almost make me cry with how much I want to be friends with them at times...or you know, bang them. What stands out so much for me and this series is how each book and its characters are very much their own. While you might go into this series knowing you'll get a book about college-aged men and sexual exploration as mentioned above, that's for the most part where the comparisons end. If you haven't read the previous two books in this series, Want Me and Try Me, you must read them now. Go on, you will not regret it. I've already gotten four of my friends who do not read m/m romance books to read them, and they are now obsessed with Neve and these characters. Nate and Eric from Want Me are all about the new. It's shiny, sticky, unsteady. They are on edge waffling from a myriad of emotions, often speaking through the sex. Mark and Chet from Try Me have long-standing emotions from a broken friendship, first love, jealously, and re-connecting. Those guys are not this book. Neve swerved and adapted to the times and what felt right. This book is light like cotton candy and just as sweet. It's that glowy feeling when the guy you like wins you a stuffed animal at the fair or stands grinning at you with the sun behind him. It's that tremulous feeling where you're on the edge of feeling so right, but almost crying at how good some people can be. Jesse loves caring for people, no matter how much he may pretend he doesn't at times. He cares so much, but he struggles with finding someone to reciprocate in a way that feels meaningful to him. He hides behind humor and his whip-smart sarcasm; he's not miserable, he does love his life, but there are deep hurts there that he doesn't want to be truly seen. He can have sex easily and casually finding a norm in compartmentalizing that sex is just sex, and he may not experience what his other friends coupled up have with each other. Sam is just a big, fluffy bear. You know that video that went viral a while back of the bear waving to the people in the car? That bear is Sam. He's not stupid or simple because he's kind. He just lives his life in a way that he recognizes that being kind costs nothing and that we should celebrate the differences in each other. This attitude towards finding joy in uniqueness and the wonder of all types of people out there allows him to slip easily into his attraction to Jesse understanding that even a past experience with a man may not be the same experience he gets with a new man/person. Reading how Jesse is finally seen through Sam's unwavering kindness, care, and protection is pretty swoonworthy. Sam may not be the guy you end up with, but he's probably the one you should. While many (ha, most) readers will speak of all the sexy times in this, for me the best parts of the book weren't in the sex. Shocking, I know. With a premise of sex videos, the most intense moments between them were when they dropped the camera and just let themselves feel and let go. It was Sam doing all the things that Jesse does for others; it was Jesse seeing behind the big, lug stereotype and seeing the gentle soul in there that wants to love. Of course seeing all of the other guys and familiar side characters is special, too. You feel at home with these characters, and it's one of the few series where you will see them at different times of their relationships depending on the novel. You understand why Nate loves Eric, and if there was ever any doubt, Eric loves Nate a whole lot. Like a lot. Mark and Chet are my boos, and Ansel is my wonderful private enigma. Almost 5 stars, but I prefer a bit more angst. All in all a wonderful addition to the series.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Natalie Duleba

    Who needs sleep when there's a new Neve Wilder out? The first in the Extracurricular Activities series is what got me hooked on Neve in the first place, and I sacrificed a night of sleep for that book, and its sequel. When I got the email with this ARC at 1:30 in the morning, I abandoned plans for rest and dove right in. Before I start -- this book, OH MY GOD. YES. LAWD YES. Ahem, now that that's out of the way. "Show Me" finally puts Jesse at center stage, the cutie patootie who deserves love a Who needs sleep when there's a new Neve Wilder out? The first in the Extracurricular Activities series is what got me hooked on Neve in the first place, and I sacrificed a night of sleep for that book, and its sequel. When I got the email with this ARC at 1:30 in the morning, I abandoned plans for rest and dove right in. Before I start -- this book, OH MY GOD. YES. LAWD YES. Ahem, now that that's out of the way. "Show Me" finally puts Jesse at center stage, the cutie patootie who deserves love and attention (even if he has convinced himself he's over that whole shtick and is just looking for some quick, casual action). When "Try Me" came out, fans immediately gravitated toward big, lovable Sam as his match, and it works. It works so well. They are both caretakers, and they deserve every bit of considerate attention they give each other. It's achingly sweet amidst all the dirty sexiness. The premise is delightful and chockful of potential for Neve's signature hot, spicy, STEAMY writing: Jesse discovers that Sam runs an OnlyFans account, posting masturbation videos online. Jesse, who is a size queen through and through, is impressed with Sam's rather sizable member as well as the quality of his videos. In the name of cinema, Jesse agrees to be Sam's cameraman. Now, masturbation scenes are hard to pull off. They also tend to be rare in romance books, but when they are done right, they are unforgettable (the scene in Sarah MacLean's "One Good Earl Deserves a Lover" comes to mind immediately) -- and Neve writes a deliciously hot scene that clearly showcases how into each other Jesse and Sam are, even if they are doofuses about that fact for a while. Eventually, Jesse joins Sam on camera, because Sam can't imagine getting sexual with anyone else and Jesse can't stand the thought of someone else fooling around with Sam, either (even if they are, once again, not admitting that to themselves). I would detail every scene that Neve masterfully crafts, but you deserve to read it yourself. But notable favorites occur in the library and in the laundry room. Now, the sex alone would make this a fantastic book. But what elevated this book to possibly my favorite of Neve's is the humor laced through everything. Sam is funny, sweet and charming and so genuine it makes your heart ache. Jesse is snappy and sassy, but kind, too. As the pair navigates the boundaries of their relationship, the banter is top-tier and entertaining as hell. Even though Sam is a big football jock and Jesse is a spitfire twink with a love for cooking, they have so much in common, and it's so heart-warming to read how their trust and connection grows throughout. This is Neve's greatest strength as a writer: the ability to weave deep, personal connection throughout mouth-watering sex scenes. We also get really good interactions with the boys from the other books -- I, like every other fan, gobble up any scene with Eric and Nate in it. I really didn't think anyone could rival their relationship (sorry, Mark and Chet), but Sam and Jesse might just have dethroned them. Or perhaps they can share. There's also more development of Cam, who has a fraught past with Mark and Chet and who I really didn't care for in "Try Me," but he's growing on me. And he's moved into the house, so you know he's about to fall in love in the sexiest way possible. Ansel remains a mystery, and perhaps that's how he shall remain. A million stars. Read this immediately. Then read it again, because I already have plans to. | I received this ARC in exchange for a fair review. | (But let's be honest, I would have bought the shit out of this book and reviewed it anyway, because Neve is a no-brainer purchase for me, and should be for you, too.)

  22. 5 out of 5

    NicoleR.M.M.

    4,5 stars. Another addition to the Extracurricular activities series? Yes, please! Sign me up. The first time I read Want Me by Neve Wilder which was a while back, I was surprised by how much plot and story there was, because I'd expected just a lot of steam and hot scenes. It took me off guard to see how many feelings there actually were involved and how wonderful the characters of Nate and Eric were. And yes, the steam was there! Still one of the best sexy and steamy m/m romances I read. So, wh 4,5 stars. Another addition to the Extracurricular activities series? Yes, please! Sign me up. The first time I read Want Me by Neve Wilder which was a while back, I was surprised by how much plot and story there was, because I'd expected just a lot of steam and hot scenes. It took me off guard to see how many feelings there actually were involved and how wonderful the characters of Nate and Eric were. And yes, the steam was there! Still one of the best sexy and steamy m/m romances I read. So, when the third book came around, I was anxious to finally read Jesse's story. And having followed Neve, I knew I was in for a lot of steam. This was going to be a hell of sexy treat. And it was! This book has hardly any angst and I think out of the 3 books in these series, it is the fluffiest and sweetest and funniest. I love it that all 3 books are different, but still are in sync with it's main characters, fitting them perfectly. Neve's writing is crafted, as always. She has a unique voice in storytelling and it shows how talented she is. I will read every book she writes because of that. Sam and Jesse already know each other, but not really. That changes when Jesse accidentally discovers Sam's side job and Sam asks him for help. And Jesse, being the nice guy he is, agrees. During the time they spend together, they start to know each other better (on ALL levels!) and they click. Eventually their friendship and their 'job' turns into something more. I could only root for them all the way. Footballplayer, bulky Sam and small guy Jesse complement each other and they were so sweet! I liked how Sam wanted to take care of Jesse all the time, though not to make Jesse feel like he couldn't stand his own. Sam was being protective and caring and sweet and I loved that about him. What I also loved about him is that he embraced his sexuality, that it didn't freak him out and it sort of came natural to him. When Jesse explained he could be demi-sexual, it made perfect sense to me. Jesse wanted to protect his heart, as it had been bruised one time too many. He was reluctant to be with a newly discovered bi-sexual guy and even though he thought all he wanted was to hook-up, in the end he had to admit he had fooled himself on that matter. He was longing for all the feels that came with a relationship, but was too scared to admit it and too scared to try and find it. He found it with Sam. And oh, that declaration of love!! Ok, it was a bit Hallmark sweet and maybe a bit too much, but still...it had romance written all over! I loved it. In the end, all I can say is I loved this book, but still found it hard to rate. It wasn't the 5 star reads I usually reserve for angsty books with a lot going on, books that will stick with me for days to come, and I have a feeling that won't be the case with this one. Still, I enjoyed it a whole lot. So, I am thinking 4,5 stars, rounded up to 5 because well, it's Neve. This book can perfectly be read as a stand alone, but since the characters of the previous books make appearances, it's better to read those as well. And why not? They are awesome too!

  23. 4 out of 5

    haletostilinski

    So this took me over a week to finish, but I had a huge personal thing going on, so my head just was not in the right place a lot of the time to read this until recently. And overall, I enjoyed this third installment in this series. I would say it is my least favorite, but that doesn't mean I disliked it. I loved Sam, he was just a sweet guy and so calm and understanding and kind. He was my favorite part about this book. And now, while I liked Jesse for the most part, and even loved him at times, So this took me over a week to finish, but I had a huge personal thing going on, so my head just was not in the right place a lot of the time to read this until recently. And overall, I enjoyed this third installment in this series. I would say it is my least favorite, but that doesn't mean I disliked it. I loved Sam, he was just a sweet guy and so calm and understanding and kind. He was my favorite part about this book. And now, while I liked Jesse for the most part, and even loved him at times, he also frustrated me at times. His attitude didn't always come across the best. Things like thinking he's been friendzoned because he had several crushes on his roommates that never went anywhere, or how he supposedly, deep down, wanted the romance and the flowers and being swept off his feet, but when he was cheated on freshmen year he tried to wall himself off from wanting that, but I didn't get much of a sense that he wanted that romance, flowery stuff. I don't know if it was just Wilder trying too hard to make him seem "I just want sex" or what, but at times it didn't really feel like he had once been that flowery-eyed romantic, and was still secretly that person. He came across a lot of the time like he presented himself to others. I just think that if he'd had more wandering thoughts of the romantic aspects he couldn't help but want with Sam, that it would have been more believable that he was that type of person. Now don't get me wrong, he had those moments...there just wasn't enough, for me. And like I would get the trying to distance himself thing, wanting to *try* to make it all about sex, if we got the thoughts he was so trying to fight against a lot more, if that makes sense? But it felt like he was just about sex a lot of the time. I actually felt more of the romantic feelings from Sam, who is supposed to be the "straight guy" who takes longer to realize attraction and then feelings for Jesse. Eventually get more and more romantic thoughts from Jesse, but I just think they should have been a lot more constant before we were nearing the end. I also, actually...was expecting more sex? Like even as they're doing the porn stuff together, I feel like we only get a couple sex scenes - that were certainly hot - and then just heard about a lot of the others that happened. And, ya know, the fewer sex scenes is ultimately fine, as what we get is plenty steamy and hot, but I just feel like...if the premise is about two guys doing porn, even amateur porn, that...we should get more sex? Lol I don't know. I was just surprised by the lower-level of sex scenes. But overall, this was enjoyable. I know I would have read it a lot quicker if real life problems hadn't been going on. These two did have genuine moments of connection and chemistry, and had some kinky public sex inclinations that were hot AF. So I definitely recommend, but I just think this might be the weakest in the series overall. Still a strong showing, but still could have been better in several areas, in my opinion. Still worth a read, though, for sure.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Sabrina

    Neve has done it again! She has written another book that I can't stop thinking about days after I have finished it! In books #1 and 2 of the Extracurricular Activity series, Jesse has just been getting friend zoned with his crushes so it was great to finally see him fall in love and get that HEA that he totally deserves!  Jesse is so funny, sassy (his banter with people has me in stitches), caring, and let's not forget totally sexy. He is also out and proud! Now enter Sam. He's a sweet and charm Neve has done it again! She has written another book that I can't stop thinking about days after I have finished it! In books #1 and 2 of the Extracurricular Activity series, Jesse has just been getting friend zoned with his crushes so it was great to finally see him fall in love and get that HEA that he totally deserves!  Jesse is so funny, sassy (his banter with people has me in stitches), caring, and let's not forget totally sexy. He is also out and proud! Now enter Sam. He's a sweet and charming football player with a body that just won't quit. In this book, Sam has a little.....well, big (wink wink), secret. Once Jesse accidentally stumbles across Sam's real secret on his laptop one day, Jesse ends up giving him a.....hand (heehee) to help him out and they come together (I'm cracking myself up here) and they make that secret their own.  Jesse and Sam's chemistry was off the charts. While Sam essentially identified as straight, hanging out with Jesse made him question everything. Over the course of the book you take this awesome journey with Sam on his newly paved road of self discovery. He explores these new feelings that he has and finds out that everything he wanted is right in front of him. Once Jesse and Sam's feelings really started to kick in, the chemistry really did battle with the previous couples in this series. Neve hasn't written a book where I haven't held my breath during those sexy scenes and where I am constantly rooting for each couple with those little flitter of butterfly wings in my belly! This book is no different! Jesse and Sam....I need more! I want more! I was sad when I hit the last page because I love them and their story so much.  You can't help but fall in love with the other couples (Eric/Nate and Mark/Chet) in the series too. You constantly want more of them once the books are over. Since these books do take place essentially in the same house, you got glimpses and introductions of each character in each of these books. I really love that Neve brought both of the other couples (and some friends) back for bigger parts in this book. I loved getting to hear more about each couple that I fell in love with prior and getting to see them interact with my new favorite one!  I HIGHLY recommend this book and the rest of the series. While they can be read alone, I don't recommend it. For one, each story intersects with each one and it makes the EA world bigger and better when you read them together. The other reason is the other books are remarkable and you really don't want to miss out on those. Don't do that to yourself! I have read every book Neve has written and I will continue to do so. With her exceptional writing skills and her great attention to feelings, details, and definitely all of those sexy scenes, she never disappoints. This book absolutely gets 5 stars! I was given an ARC in exchange for an honest review. This opinion is my own.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Katherine Caron

    All the Stars for my friend, Neve Wilder's new book. First of all, as a writer, I may be slightly biased, only because I get it. I recognize her outsized storytelling gifts. She can write so freaking well. Her choices, her narrative arcs, her plotting, her characters & voice, the way she weaves internal and external together... even her sentence structure leaves me gaping and rereading, it's like every book she writes takes me twice as long to finish because aside from loving every bit of story, All the Stars for my friend, Neve Wilder's new book. First of all, as a writer, I may be slightly biased, only because I get it. I recognize her outsized storytelling gifts. She can write so freaking well. Her choices, her narrative arcs, her plotting, her characters & voice, the way she weaves internal and external together... even her sentence structure leaves me gaping and rereading, it's like every book she writes takes me twice as long to finish because aside from loving every bit of story, I feel the urge to take in the nuance because I know she writes each syllable with intention. I have a little blog where I post my real reviews of my friends' books that I've had the humble privilege to read early, part of learning all the sides of self-publishing and romance writers know all the tricks. Here is my inappropriate review of the monumentally hot and inappropriate Show Me: Show Me is a romantic laugh out loud devilishly naughty romp through the dirty mind of Jesse, emo size queen, with a fetish for roommate crushes and smut videos, and his errr… straight, yeah straight roommate, Sam, a sweet tree trunk of a man with a secret, a very addicting and risqué secret. Show Me has everything you could want in a perfectly paced, whipsmart unputdownable romance: a desperate-to-hook-up roommate with a gift for innuendo and misunderstandings—not to mention video production—and a hot affable jock rippling with muscles with just an extra ounce of bicuriousness to notice every inch of the twink down the hall, along with back to back to back to back filthy hijinx in every scene that rival the most-followed Only Fans accounts, all captured digitally, edited and uploaded (forgive the double entendre) for their own pleasure. Have I said enough? Are you in? Did I mention Neve Wilder wrote it? Probably because I can’t quit grinning long enough to write a coherent review. If you’ve been reading her brills Extracurricular Activities Series, you are well acquainted with these hot insatiably horny men. If not, this stratospherically sizzling confection is the perfect story to begin. The vivid scenes had me rolling with laughter, trading veg emoji texts with my reader wife, only pushing on the breaks to sigh or sob at the really moving bits. And this book is packing! I mean there is plenty of everything. ;) Jess and Sam’s slow burn is anything but and their story is equal parts swoon, steam and squelches. Add in a long-simmering ex with an agenda, a super bendy selfie stick, pinkie toes and hot laundry and you get the delightful picture from the Queen of MM Romangst. 🔥Life is good, a new Neve Wilder book is even better. I highly recommend this ridiculously fun and tender story that packs all the best we've come to expect from a romance writer at the top of her game. Her writing alone blows me away every damn time. Go! Shoo! One-click and enjoy. --KC Caron

  26. 4 out of 5

    Chloé

    I have been waiting for Jesse’s book for ages. And as always, it was a pleasure to go back to the world Neve Wilder created. We got to see former main characters we love and got to know more about Sam and Jesse. In a nutshell it was just as enjoyable as the rest of the series : I truly adored it. Jesse has been intriguing since the beginning of the series with his crush on Eric and the mention of his past relationships that was lovey-dovey. He is sick of being seen as the sweet guy who wants to h I have been waiting for Jesse’s book for ages. And as always, it was a pleasure to go back to the world Neve Wilder created. We got to see former main characters we love and got to know more about Sam and Jesse. In a nutshell it was just as enjoyable as the rest of the series : I truly adored it. Jesse has been intriguing since the beginning of the series with his crush on Eric and the mention of his past relationships that was lovey-dovey. He is sick of being seen as the sweet guy who wants to hold hands with his boyfriends. Nope. Jesse wants some action. Not fall in love or crush on his straight roommate. Sam is a jock who belongs to the same fraternity as Mark and Nate, and took up Nate’s room when he moved out. He is kind and laid back, but he hides a smartness behind this attitude. He also posts plenty of videos of solo jerk off sessions… that Jesse happens to watch regularly without knowing who records it. When he founds out, he feels like the world is off its axis and can’t stop thinking about Sam’s…package. When they finally talk about it, it is the continuation of real friendship and the beginning of something else… They both come from big families but have such different experiences that it is really interesting to see them bond over it. I loved the fact that Sam did not stress because he liked a guy, he just went with the flow. He liked Jesse as a person and messing around with him created the intimacy he needs to start a relationship. But Jesse is a bit skittish about the whole thing because of his past experience and we can only understand. They can’t stop thinking about one another. Their first kiss came so out of the blue, it was an impulse Sam couldn’t control, it felt so raw and real. They are so how at ease they are with each other and their relationship bloomed from this, it did not come out of nowhere, they already knew and liked each other as friends, they only deepened their bond. I loved both characters equally, for different reasons; I laughed so hard as always in Neve’s books. She mastered the funny and the banter, wrote strong characters and an equally strong storyline. She mastered the sex scenes, always renewing herself but keeping it hot as hell. It can be sexy and rough or sweet and funny. That’s why she is my to-go author, I am never disappointed. They say perfection do not exist but damn Neve is as close as she could be. I am now very curious about the two other mysterious roommates and can’t wait if “the curse” is going to work on them too. Reid, Cam, John and Ansel open up a realm of possibilities and I can’t wait to see what Neve comes up with next <3

  27. 5 out of 5

    Jess in Romancelandia

    4.5 stars! This book was like a gorgeous buffet spread of every M/M romance trope that I adore. Bisexual awakening? Yes, please. Guys not afraid to express affection? Serve me that non-toxic masculinity on a dish. A loveable jock with a heart of gold? Hell to the yes. Team all that with Neve Wilder's trademark gorgeous writing, witty banter, and hold-on-to-your-hats-underwear-and-everything-else levels of steam, and Show Me is an absolute winner. Show Me follows Jesse, who we know from the previou 4.5 stars! This book was like a gorgeous buffet spread of every M/M romance trope that I adore. Bisexual awakening? Yes, please. Guys not afraid to express affection? Serve me that non-toxic masculinity on a dish. A loveable jock with a heart of gold? Hell to the yes. Team all that with Neve Wilder's trademark gorgeous writing, witty banter, and hold-on-to-your-hats-underwear-and-everything-else levels of steam, and Show Me is an absolute winner. Show Me follows Jesse, who we know from the previous Extracurricular Activities books and who is a red-headed bundle of sass, caring and high standards, and Sam, a Golden Retriever in human form. (Not literally - it's not a shifter book. That said, I would totally read a Neve Wilder shifter book). When Sam decides to make some extra cash with a very NSFW project, he enlists Jesse to help subscribers get more bang for their buck. Pun. Freaking. Intended. Something that I really admire about the EA series is that whilst each book has a similar thread running through it of college guys coming to terms with their sexualities through exploration and a gorgeous development of mutual trust, every instalment has a different nuance to it, each as charming as the last. Want Me was a sexy, earthy tale of exploration. Try Me was an angsty friends to enemies to lovers narrative. Show Me, however, was a heartfelt, giggly and blush-inducing story that provided me with the hit of serotonin that I'm sure we all sorely need during this crazy time. Sam and Jesse were probably my favourite pairing of the series because I completely adored them separately as well as together. Jesse's internal monologue was pitch-perfect - I felt like I had a funny, cheeky friend chatting to me over coffee the whole way through. Sam's kindness and loyalty won my heart almost immediately. Put the two of them together and every interaction between them had my grinning at my Kindle. If I could have reached through the device and given them both a hug, I would have done. The pacing is tight and actually feels very much like an indie rom-com to me, which is a vibe that I loved for Jesse and Sam's story. The steam is also excellent. Despite Sam's raunchy project, it does take a little while for the emotional steam to get going but that just made the sexual tension and stakes even higher. All in all, this was an absolute delight of a book and will be going on my 'Re-Read When You Need to Smile' list immediately.

  28. 5 out of 5

    KC Caron (Aphrodites Reading Alphas)

    Need a Spring crush? 💋 Show Me is a romantic laugh out loud devilishly naughty romp through the dirty mind of Jesse, emo size queen, with a fetish for roommate crushes and smut videos, and his errr… straight, yeah straight roommate, Sam, a sweet tree trunk of a man with a secret, a very addicting and risqué secret. Show Me has everything you could want in a perfectly paced, whipsmart unputdownable romance: a desperate-to-hook-up roommate with a gift for innuendo and misunderstandings—not to ment Need a Spring crush? 💋 Show Me is a romantic laugh out loud devilishly naughty romp through the dirty mind of Jesse, emo size queen, with a fetish for roommate crushes and smut videos, and his errr… straight, yeah straight roommate, Sam, a sweet tree trunk of a man with a secret, a very addicting and risqué secret. Show Me has everything you could want in a perfectly paced, whipsmart unputdownable romance: a desperate-to-hook-up roommate with a gift for innuendo and misunderstandings—not to mention video production—and a hot affable jock rippling with muscles with just an extra ounce of bicuriousness to notice every inch of the twink down the hall, along with back to back to back to back filthy hijinx in every scene that rival the most-followed Only Fans accounts, all captured digitally, edited and uploaded (forgive the double entendre) for their own pleasure. Have I said enough? Are you in? Did I mention Neve Wilder wrote it? Probably because I can’t quit grinning long enough to write a coherent review. If you’ve been reading her brills Extracurricular Activities Series, you are well acquainted with these hot insatiably horny men. If not, this stratospherically sizzling confection is the perfect story to begin. The vivid scenes had me rolling with laughter, trading veg emoji texts with my reader wife, only pushing on the breaks to sigh or sob at the really moving bits. And this book is packing! I mean there is plenty of everything. ;) Jess and Sam’s slow burn is anything but and their story is equal parts swoon, steam and squelches. Add in a long-simmering ex with an agenda, a super bendy selfie stick, pinkie toes and hot laundry and you get the delightful picture from the Queen of MM Romangst. 🔥Life is good, a new Neve Wilder book is even better. I highly recommend this ridiculously fun and tender story that packs all the best we've come to expect from a romance writer at the top of her game. Her writing alone blows me away every damn time. Go! Shoo! One-click and enjoy. --KC Caron

  29. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie Carvalho

    I'm going to keep this one short: I have a new favorite couple on the EA Universe. I never thought this day would come but... yeah. It has arrived. Jesse and Sam are one of those couples that fit so perfectly that... I don't have enough words to explain. They are funny, they are sexy, they have chemistry right from the very first interaction. You just can't go wrong here! All the teasing and flirting and... urgh. Neve took the friends with benefits to lovers to a whole new level; trust me here, I I'm going to keep this one short: I have a new favorite couple on the EA Universe. I never thought this day would come but... yeah. It has arrived. Jesse and Sam are one of those couples that fit so perfectly that... I don't have enough words to explain. They are funny, they are sexy, they have chemistry right from the very first interaction. You just can't go wrong here! All the teasing and flirting and... urgh. Neve took the friends with benefits to lovers to a whole new level; trust me here, It will make your jaw drop and your kindle melt. Jesse and Sam are unapologetic themselves : authentic, sassy and everything in between. It all starts with a friend helping the other, and let me tell you: if you think Nate and Eric are the most adventurous couple Neve wrote, you are in for a ride. No limits here, and she did a perfect job on the heat level. What I really loved about this - among other things - is that Sam is the "straight" guy who ends up falling for the gay one. But here's the thing: there's no big internal fight about being gay ot not; once he starts to realize his feelings towards Jesse, he just accepts them and go for it. The evolution of the story and the characters is so natural, it is just right. Jesse is a very peculiar guy: always on the friendzone, he has a plan to do his best during College, but fails miserably. And we get to find ou why and... I won't spoil the book. Another thing worth mentioning: Eric. Yep, the one dude we don't have POV from - Want Me is all on Mark's POV - so it is always fascinating to have bits here and there from him. It explains why Frat Boy is so in love with him ❤ Also Chet and Mark: as crazy and in love as ever. I'm glad Neve took her time telling us more about them and where they are today. Yeah, I meant to keep this short but.. It is so good that I just everyone to read it. The wait was totally worth it. Now I can start the TeamAnsel and TeamCam campain. Greedy, I know. But once you finish this one here, I'm sure you'll join me!

  30. 5 out of 5

    Emily Hernandez

    I don't always like college-boy romances, but Neve's characters are consistently well-written. Sam was the sweetest football player with a surprisingly hot submissive streak, and Jesse was a firecracker of energy and opinions. The two of them may not have seemed like the likeliest couple at first, but it was so much fun to watch them accidentally fall for each other. Their friendship started awkward and a bit tame, but after Jesse agreed to help Sam with his "videos" holy heck did it take a stea I don't always like college-boy romances, but Neve's characters are consistently well-written. Sam was the sweetest football player with a surprisingly hot submissive streak, and Jesse was a firecracker of energy and opinions. The two of them may not have seemed like the likeliest couple at first, but it was so much fun to watch them accidentally fall for each other. Their friendship started awkward and a bit tame, but after Jesse agreed to help Sam with his "videos" holy heck did it take a steamy turn. I don't normally fixate on the sexy moments in romances, but for Sam and Jesse it feels like a travesty not to mention how insanely hot their scenes and roleplay were. The way the two of them kept forgetting their stage names as they got lost in the moment, Sam's noises and pleas for direction from Jesse, and Jesse's inability to keep his hands off Sam had me so riled up that I was desperate to watch them come over and over again. In true college-guy fashion, Sam and Jesse were practically insatiable once they kicked things off, and I was eager to bask in all the steamy bliss. I was so caught up in the physical connection between Sam and Jesse that their deeper feelings for each other snuck up on me. Jesse resisted much harder, which made sense given how he got burned in the past, but Sam was so adorably cute in his sexual awakening. Though I didn't get to see much of it here, I can tell that Sam is the kind of boyfriend who would be 100% devoted to his partner, and there's something so "cuddly teddy bear" about that image that melts my heart. I was nervous about the timing being all wrong when Sam confessed his feelings to Jesse, but luckily the two of them managed to start something wonderful amidst all the drama and chaos. I kinda wish I'd gotten to see more of Sam and Jesse once their relationship was established, but that lovely peek at their future together was a satisfying way to wrap-up their romance. **I voluntarily read an ARC of this book. This review expresses my honest thoughts and opinions. 

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