[kindle] Davy & TonyAuthor Heath Greenfield – Z55z.co

Love is a funny thing it happens when and where you least expect it Tony has been having a rough couple of days His dad caught him with a dirty magazine, which would have been embarrassing enough But when his dad realized it was a gay magazine, he chased Tony down the street Luckily, Uncle Alfonso and Aunt Luciana have taken him in Now, he s out to the world, going to school during the day, and working in the family restaurant at night Davy has become what he always dreamed of being an Army Ranger He loves everything about it He s assigned to Fort Benning and works as an analyst He also happens to be gay, but even with the repeal of Don t Ask Don t Tell, he s careful not to let his personal life get in the way of his professional goals His friends know, but he s never introduced them to anyone he has dated until he meets Tony, who changes everything Between their sexual chemistry and their deepening friendship, their love seems fated, but when Davy is about to be deployed, he finds out something that rocks him to his core and makes him doubt both Tony and himself He s left wondering if he s strong enough to win this battle


10 thoughts on “Davy & Tony

  1. BWT (Belen) BWT (Belen) says:

    4.5 StarsYou know how sometimes you read a blurb and it s so awesome and speaks to you on some level Then you shell out your hard earned cash and get the book and start readingand it s nothing like what you thought it was going to be This is so not one of those cases The blurb is spot on and the love story between Antonio Tony Tartaglia and David Davy Baker had moments when it made me sigh and made me laugh out loud It sucked me in and didn t let me go until the final page.Tony had the 4.5 StarsYou know how sometimes you read a blurb and it s so awesome and speaks to you on some level Then you shell out your hard earned cash and get the book and start readingand it s nothing like what you thought it was going to be This is so not one of those cases The blurb is spot on and the love story between Antonio Tony Tartaglia and David Davy Baker had moments when it made me sigh and made me laugh out loud It sucked me in and didn t let me go until the final page.Tony had the worst day ever yesterday when his father caught him with his pants down reading a porn magazine A gay porn magazine When his father s temper erupts like a volcano, Tony pulls up his pants and runs, barefoot, out of his house With nowhere else to go and his feet shredded he finds himself at his Uncle Al and Aunt Luciana s place looking for a pair of shoes They end up taking Tony in, clean him up, and tell him he ll stay with them.The following day, when Tony is working his volunteer job at the Library, he meets Davy for the first time There s definitely interest on both sides, though neither pursues anything They end up seeing each other again when Davy sees Tony working at his Uncle s restaurant that evening After they keep bumping into one another Davy asks Tony out.Their romance evolves very naturally and it is so nice to be along for the ride as their relationship develops, deepens and grows Davy revels in being all of Tony s firsts and those scenes are scorching Davy has never been happier, his career s on track, Tony is totally supportive of Davy s career, they re completely at ease with one another, and when Tony meets Davy s friends he s instantly well received and liked When Davy finds out he s being deployed they re both sad but willing to have a committed long distance relationship But when Uncle Al confronts Davy just before he leaves because he thinks Davy is taking advantage of Tony, Davy is absolutely floored by what he learnsand it all begins to unravel view spoiler Tony is seventeen and a senior in high school Not to worry The legal age of consent in Georgia, and for the Military, is sixteen Thing is it s never a consideration and simply never comes up naturally in any of their conversations Tony assumes Davy understands he s younger, he doesn t hide anything deliberately He freely talks about his life and being in school he just never actually says the words high school and it s Davy who assumes Tony is in his early twenties Uncle Al is devastated when he realizes Davy wasn t taking advantage of Tony and Davy leaves telling Tony that can t be together, because even though it s legal it s not right for Tony to be with him hide spoiler While Davy is deployed it gives Tonytime to grow up and for Davy to realize just how much Tony, and their relationship, means to him.I cannot believe how fast I read this I was so immersed in the story, and Davy and Tony s relationship, I kept rooting for them right until their wonderful HEA.I m absolutely surprised Heath Greenfield is a first time author this is just fantastic.This was awesome totally recommended Copy generously provided by Torquere Press, LLC in exchange for an honest review. This review has been cross posted at Reviews by Jessewave


  2. Inked Reads Inked Reads says:

    FiveStarsThis was a short, sweet read I could truly feel the emotions that Greenfield wrote in to the characters I loved how loved Davy s family was his friends and family accepted him for who he was In meeting Tony, it was an easy acceptance one that allowed Tony to truly become who he was meant to be.I loved their romance While it was quick, sometimes, when written well, it just fits I cried with Tony, laughed with him and rejoiced with him too I hated his parents, loved his aunt and FiveStarsThis was a short, sweet read I could truly feel the emotions that Greenfield wrote in to the characters I loved how loved Davy s family was his friends and family accepted him for who he was In meeting Tony, it was an easy acceptance one that allowed Tony to truly become who he was meant to be.I loved their romance While it was quick, sometimes, when written well, it just fits I cried with Tony, laughed with him and rejoiced with him too I hated his parents, loved his aunt and uncle and really loved his roommates.I wished the book were longer so that we got to seeof the relationship, but I really enjoyed this short story.I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Inked Rainbow Reads.AvidReaderThreeandHalfStarsSo boy meets boy in the college library only one of the actually is a boy and the other is an experienced Army Ranger There is chemistry, the guys are hot, the romance is sweet and Heath Greenfield writes beautifully But I still found the adult child thing a bit skeevy.When Tony meets Davy, he is a super gifted high school student completing AP classes After being kicked out of home by his father and physically abused, Tony is pretty vulnerable And if this were a young adult new adult story, his first romance could be really sweet.As an experienced soldier, I have a hard time understanding why Davy doesn t question Tony s age Tony admits to his father hurting him during their second conversation Doesn t that suggest child At one point, a colleague calls Tony Davy s Italian boy toy Davy knows Tony is young, knows he s a virgin why not ask his age I really struggled with this The story was beautifully written Both characters are well developed and I loved their interactions I just had a very hard time cheering on a romance between an adult and a child.I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Inked Rainbow Reads.SarahThreeandHalfStarsTony had a craptastic day His dad found his gay magazine and basically kicked him out Tony goes and stays with his aunt and uncle, who I adored throughout the book They love Tony and want what is best for him Davy had a job he loves and runs into Tony at the library and then again at Tony s uncles restaurant The two start a relationship and the whole time I am screaming in my head he is in high school Davy I understand the age of consent is met in this book but it still freaked me out a little The two build a relationship and then when Tony goes to college and Davy is deployed they both have time to grow up and realize what they want and with who It was a sweet story with little angst, I just couldn t get over the high school thing in the back of my head.I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Inked Rainbow Reads.Angie


  3. Sarah Sarah says:

    So boy meets boy in the college library only one of the actually is a boy and the other is an experienced Army Ranger There is chemistry, the guys are hot, the romance is sweet and Heath Greenfield writes beautifully But I still found the adult child thing a bit skeevy When Tony meets Davy, he is a super gifted high school student completing AP classes After being kicked out of home by his father and physically abused, Tony is pretty vulnerable And if this were a young adult new adult sto So boy meets boy in the college library only one of the actually is a boy and the other is an experienced Army Ranger There is chemistry, the guys are hot, the romance is sweet and Heath Greenfield writes beautifully But I still found the adult child thing a bit skeevy When Tony meets Davy, he is a super gifted high school student completing AP classes After being kicked out of home by his father and physically abused, Tony is pretty vulnerable And if this were a young adult new adult story, his first romance could be really sweet As an experienced soldier, I have a hard time understanding why Davy doesn t question Tony s age Tony admits to his father hurting him during their second conversation Doesn t that suggest child At one point, a colleague calls Tony Davy s Italian boy toy Davy knows Tony is young, knows he s a virgin why not ask his age I really struggled with this The story was beautifully written Both characters are well developed and I loved their interactions I just had a very hard time cheering on a romance between an adult and a child I was given a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review


  4. QUEERcentric Books QUEERcentric Books says:

    Reviewed by Daniel B for QUEERcentric BooksUniversity of Southern Georgia Davy Tony by Heath Greenfield, the first book in the University of Southern Georgia series, starts off with the typical coming out scenario.Tony s parents reject him while his relatives and friends welcome him with love and compassion When Davy, a handsome and experienced older man comes along, he offers comfort and guidance for Tony.When Tony s parents found out that he is gay, they did what exactly what many parents Reviewed by Daniel B for QUEERcentric BooksUniversity of Southern Georgia Davy Tony by Heath Greenfield, the first book in the University of Southern Georgia series, starts off with the typical coming out scenario.Tony s parents reject him while his relatives and friends welcome him with love and compassion When Davy, a handsome and experienced older man comes along, he offers comfort and guidance for Tony.When Tony s parents found out that he is gay, they did what exactly what many parents do they kicked him out of the house Thankfully Tony fell into the loving arms of his uncle Alfonso and his aunt Luciana.Years later, Tony is an out man working as both a librarian and a waiter These two jobs bring Davy, an Army Ranger, into Tony s life unexpectedly How will Tony deal with the complications from these events when sparks fly Read Daniel s full review at QUEERcentric Books


  5. Susan A Susan A says:

    I loved parts of this story, and really struggled with others view spoiler Tony is a recently turned 17 yr virgin who has just been beaten thrown out of his house, while Davy is 24 yr old Army Ranger True, Davy was shocked when he found out how old Tony was, felt shame remorse, worry that he had taken advantage of Tony and truly wanted what was best for Tony, but this still made me feel uncomfortable I probably would have skipped this book if I had realized the ages of the MCs hide s I loved parts of this story, and really struggled with others view spoiler Tony is a recently turned 17 yr virgin who has just been beaten thrown out of his house, while Davy is 24 yr old Army Ranger True, Davy was shocked when he found out how old Tony was, felt shame remorse, worry that he had taken advantage of Tony and truly wanted what was best for Tony, but this still made me feel uncomfortable I probably would have skipped this book if I had realized the ages of the MCs hide spoiler The emotionally parts of the story were good, the sex was awkward and didn t seem to fit with the characters personalities I really didn t not like the nickname Juicy


  6. Dena Dena says:

    3.5