No Big Deal

No Big Deal

Danni Keane / Nov 29, 2020

No Big Deal Still reeling from his father s death and stuck in a job he hates the only moments of happiness in Josh Roberts s life are those he spends with his boyfriend Bradley The boys are inseparable and wh

  • Title: No Big Deal
  • Author: Danni Keane
  • ISBN: 9781632167255
  • Page: 237
  • Format: ebook
  • Still reeling from his father s death and stuck in a job he hates, the only moments of happiness in Josh Roberts s life are those he spends with his boyfriend, Bradley The boys are inseparable, and when they lose their virginity together, Josh feels closer to Bradley than he ever imagined.But Josh s mum, proud of her son and his biggest supporter, expects Josh to go to unStill reeling from his father s death and stuck in a job he hates, the only moments of happiness in Josh Roberts s life are those he spends with his boyfriend, Bradley The boys are inseparable, and when they lose their virginity together, Josh feels closer to Bradley than he ever imagined.But Josh s mum, proud of her son and his biggest supporter, expects Josh to go to university after his year off He doesn t want to disappoint her by telling her he s changed his mind, and struggles to find a solution.When Bradley moves in with Josh and his mum, Josh truly believes life can be perfect again But before long, their still fragile feelings of connection and intimacy are tested when Bradley becomes secretive and distant Anxious and confused, Josh is desperate to find out why Bradley is rejecting his affections Bradley finally opens up, but what he reveals will change every aspect of their young love and quite possibly the rest of their lives.

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      • Danni Keane

        Danni Keane lives in the depths of English suburbia, where she likes to divide her time equally between writing, daydreaming and napping.Having never really grown up, Danni fits right in at her day job, working with children She spends her days avidly listening to the whimsical imaginings of five year olds, and then rushes home to shamelessly plagiarise their ideas However, she has yet to write a story about an exploding ghost banana Maybe one dayShe loves to read and write all different types of stories, but her favourite characters usually have one thing in common they are ordinary people with extraordinary dreams.


    1. No, no, no, no, NO.After reading and somewhat enjoying the two initial short stories, this full-length novel left me extremely frustrated.In the first stories, I'd come to like both Josh and Bradley; however, in this book, Josh behaved again and again like a complete spoiled brat.Josh verbally lashed out at his poor *windowed* mother at every turn, despite the fact that she always accommodated HIS needs as best she could and had her own mountain of shit and grief to deal with.In the first two st [...]

    2. No Big Deal by Danni Keane is such a great book. It’s the second book in the Not Letting Go series and I loved both short stories that came before this, so when I was asked if I wanted to review this one, I jumped at the chance.I’ve loved Josh and Bradley since I read the first short story. There’s something about best friends to lovers that really makes me smile. They are just as cute in this book as they were in the others, but they’re in a more grown up environment this time around. L [...]

    3. What can I say - I loved this book. J and I are both Danni Keane fans so decided to buddy review this. I frankly just love this author's style, she writes in a straight forward way, introduces fabulous characters and manages angst without wallowing in it unnecessarily - it all adds to the story. This story of first, true love, is wonderful. Since his dad died, Bradley has become the centre of Josh's world. In fact they were the centre of each other's worlds, time together is everything. God I ca [...]

    4. The intensity of first love and the tragedy of parental loss have been the basis for this gentle, sweetly sexy series, also having to make important decisions about college and a future together while having to cope with the upset of losing someone you love, has made it a great teen drama. I've read the previous two, which are now available together in one volume: Not Letting Go, and I think that reading it in order has given me much more insight into the growth of everyone involved, especially [...]

    5. I read this as a stand alone and will say, I don't recommend doing that. There is a free combined prequel of Sunshine and Buttercups and Not Letting Go to this on Smashwords. It gives you a bit of insight and understanding as to who Josh is; how he operates, how he deals with is father's death and his love for Bradley. I wish I had read them before I read this, it would have changed my reading experience dramatically, but this review is my thoughts on it as a stand alone. I don’t think I have [...]

    6. ARC given in exchange for a review.Joshy and Bradley. Bradley and Joshy. Two cute characters in a tale of love located in England in the sequel to Not Letting Go.Joshy is still reeling from his father's death due to cancer. He and Bradley have been dating a while now, both working, though Joshy has an office job he abhors and Bradley works retail. But they're in love and surviving together. Josh and his mum are having a difficult time with money and decide to take in a border. And after an exhau [...]

    7. This book was provided by the author in exchange for a fair and honest review. Thanks!I really enjoyed this quiet little story. Two British teenagers, after the British equivalent of American high school, are trying to figure things out—work, school, family, life, their relationship, each other. (I classify the novel as closer to New Adult than YA because of where they are in their lives and the kinds of things they're dealing with (although they fall into the YA age range).) Josh's dad has re [...]

    8. This is a great YA read. If a story can bring me to tears or make me laugh out loud, it's a good one and this story did both :)I read the free prequel(s) to this story a couple of months ago and I really like the way Danni Keane writes. Her style is straightforwards and simple and so very readable, and she really brings these characters to life.Josh is a beautifully flawed character. At eighteen he is selfish but it is a very relatable selfishness--he doesn't yet see the world outside his intens [...]

    9. I was provided a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.Please read the free prequel Not Letting Go first, it is probably not required, but it will definitely give you a lot of back story and insight into these two teen MCs.I thoroughly enjoyed this book and read it in one sitting, I couldn't put it down. Those of you who follow my reviews know I love books that make me feel. This book does that in innumerable ways, from the interactions between the MCs, with Josh's Mom, Josh's siste [...]

    10. 4.5 STARSI think what really stood out for me in this book was the author’s ability to write teenage characters. I found both Bradley and Josh to be very realistic in the way they believed they were “grownups” but still acted very juvenile at times. Josh more obviously than Bradley, but even Bradley had his moments. Had the characters been even five years older I would have been bemoaning their immaturity but I felt, for their ages, they were written with a great balance of adult and child [...]

    11. Finished with Danni Keanes' book, "No Big Deal"-AWESOME book! The prequel, "Not Letting Go" was engrossing, and this one is every bit as captivating. She delivers again, a tightly woven tale, with characters that immediately grab you. Her ability to transport the reader to another place and time, to experience her characters' joys and pains, to actually make the reader care about the people in her stories, is the mark of a truly gifted writer. I'm a definite fan!

    12. Josh is an ungrateful selfish little prick who just whines and thinks about himself. Sometimes, a first person POV is not so good when the person narrating is someone like Josh. And I know it's kind of shallow, but it's the only reason I'm giving this 2 awful stars.

    13. This entire series was brilliant. Josh and Bradley's relationship was lovely and heartwarming. The narrative voice was spot on and authentic. Perfect Valentine's weekend reading.

    14. * A free copy of the book was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.*This is the sequel of Not Letting go. The relationship between Josh and Bradley keeps growing and when Josh decides to stay at home from College for a year, he gets a job and stays at home with his mother. He loves Bradley deeply and when he can’t spend much time with his love, he asks his mother to let B. rent Julie’s old room (view spoiler)[ Josh’s mother needs money and she decides to rent her older d [...]

    15. Title: No Big DealAuthor: Danni KeanePublisher: Harmony Ink PressISBN: 978-1-63216-723-1Buy Link: dreamspinnerpress/storReviewer: Teresa Fallen AngelBlurb:Not Letting Go 2Still reeling from his father’s death and stuck in a job he hates, the only moments of happiness in Josh Roberts's life are those he spends with his boyfriend, Bradley. The boys are inseparable, and when they lose their virginity together, Josh feels closer to Bradley than he ever imagined. But Josh’s mum, proud of her son [...]

    16. Nice ending to their story. I wish there was more to read about them, but this sure was a good story. Angst, crying, but in the end nice.

    17. I've been on the fence with this one, but I'll attempt to review it. This book picked up where the short stories left off, with Josh & Bradley together and in love and going through all the "firsts" of a relationship, which I thought was very well done. However, the storyline with Bradley's secret just didn't work for me. After the storyline with Josh's dad, I felt like it lost some of the punch it could've had. This wasn't a bad book, but it wasn't spectacular either. I'd still recommend it [...]

    18. These guys are so sweet. I loved the prequel the best -- although it was short, it showed how Josh and Bradley went from friends to boyfriends. In this story, they're navigating life after high school together and Josh is still trying to come to terms with his dad's death. I docked it one star because the ending came before all the issues were resolved! I assume there will be another book in the series.

    19. To live in the hearts of those we love is not to die.Oh! There were some truly beautiful moments in this story for Bradley and Josh. I love the up's and downs they go through to make what they have with one another stronger and I can't help but think and hope for a HEA for these two in their 30s, 40s, 50s and so on.This was a lovely tale of young love and the real life disadvantages that can either make a young relationship weaker or stronger.

    20. Because of my work on the Stonewall Book Award Committee, I cannot publish reviews or publicly post my opinions concerning any children's or YA book with LGBT themes. I will update my reviews once the 2016 Stonewall Book Awards have been announced.

    21. Pretty heavy going on, but totally worth the readA perfect conclusion to the series. Pages of angst. By the time I turned the last page, I didn't want the story to end. Navigating through some real life drama. Solid five stars.

    22. It is really hard to get into a book when all you want to do from the first page is smack the crap out of the MC.

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