A Matcha Made In Hell by F.A. Ray

F.A. Ray kicks of a new series by spilling some tea... in A Matcha Made in Hell 

From the blurb:

Who would have guessed my high school bully could be such a good boy?

The worst day of my life was my first day of high school – the day I met him. Spencer Marsh. The guy who would shove me into lockers for the next four years.

I never expected to reunite with him in college. I definitely didn’t predict that sparks would fly. This new and improved Spencer is subverting all my expectations, but I’m not sure if that’s a good thing.

Hooking up with a guy I used to hate is turning into more than just a shameful secret. I should put a stop to it. I should want to put a stop to it. So why don’t I?


I’ve been trying since graduation to be different from the guy I was in high school, but seeing Rhett again stirs up old emotions – and an overwhelming desire to atone.

Nevermind that that atonement seems to be happening in some … compromising positions.

My frat brothers and father would never accept what I’m doing, but that doesn’t seem to be enough to stop me. I’m finally the man I want to be, the person I’ve been repressing for most of my life. And it’s all thanks to the guy who used to be the target of my worst impulses.

I only hope Rhett will give me a chance to prove I’m not who I used to be.

A Matcha Made in Hell is an MM enemies-to-lovers romance with first time gay experiences, found family, a bully who just wants to show he's changed his ways, and spicy open door scenes.

Heather's Review:

A Matcha Made in Hell gives us the classic reason for bullying the queer kid - repressed self... so when confronted with the man he bullied all through high school and an insightful new girlfriend, we start on the road from enemies to lovers.  

This book gives us both the intimate details of the relationship between Spencer and Rhett, but also gives us a glimpse into how Spencer comes to terms with his self-discovery and Rhett's lack of willingness to hide any part of himself.

With a satisfying HFN, this book was a quick read and balanced the angst, the steam and the introspection well.

Rating: 4 Stars

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