Leo Loves Aries is a slow burn friends-to-lovers romance about college roommates. It's low angst, especially for a New Adult romance. Even though I don't think the word "bisexual" is used on page, Sunday has explicitly said Theo is bi and in the book he says he's up for whatever. The book sort of dances up to the Gay For You trope and then spins away. The bi rep could have been more overt, but I didn't feel it was hidden or erased as in so many other books.
Theo's had girlfriends in the past but mentions that he's always separated sex from love... until Jamie. In short, I read it as Theo having been in love with and enjoyed sex with women in the past, but Jamie is his One True Love. That's not much different from my own lived experience (though I'm somewhere on the aromantic side of things and I don't know about Theo) and even though Theo's something of a disaster bi, I still liked him.
Jamie. Jamie is a giant marshmallow in love with an oblivious dumbass. Theo is determined to not catch feelings, so Jamie pretends he is fine with a Friends with Benefits situation. As you do.
This was my first romance from Anyta Sunday, but I'm looking forward to reading more. If you want a review that isn't simply "two idiots fall in love," check out Melinda's review on Goodreads.
Content Warnings - I apologize that I didn't take notes. I was seriously too busy making heart eyes and that's a lapse on my part.
I recall Theo's family being great and Jamie's being not great? Theo and his twin sister Leone's exes cheated on the siblings with each other and are now getting married.
Suzanne read this book via Audible Escape.