Entertaining and the writing's pretty good, but...didn't really feel like a romance (MC & love interest don't even get together until the last 10% or so of the story. Before that, they exchanged maybe a handful of words. Even their little argument doesn't last more than maybe a few seconds' worth.) More like a chronicle of the MC's sexual exploits. By the end, he shows maybe a hint of some teeny, tiny potential for personal growth (we don't get to see if this is actualized).Also, the MC came across as kind of smug, like he had this idea he knew everyone else better than they knew themselves, knew what was best for them and how to "fix" them (show the gay guy who doesn't know it that he's gay, tell the guy who thinks that he's gay that he's not gay, guide them all to enlightenment and self-realization, etc.).