Paul's been called many things—graduate student, humanities tutor, jock-hater, even broke—but "forgiving" isn't one of them. When the new women's softball coach at Calapooya College specifically requests Paul to tutor his athletes, Paul's forced to put aside his strict "no athletes" policy for... show more
Paul's been called many things—graduate student, humanities tutor, jock-hater, even broke—but "forgiving" isn't one of them. When the new women's softball coach at Calapooya College specifically requests Paul to tutor his athletes, Paul's forced to put aside his strict "no athletes" policy for the sake of his paycheck.Enter Trevor Gardiner, former Major League Baseball player and Paul’s high school boyfriend. Yeah, that one—the guy who sacrificed Paul for the safety of his closet and his future career. But Trevor’s come out and retired from baseball, and now he’s looking for forgiveness and a second chance.There’s no earthly reason Paul should give him one, but he keeps letting the man state his case. And touch him. And take him sailing. The waters are far from smooth, though, and Paul says awful things to Trevor he isn’t sure he means. Now Paul has to decide: apologize and forgive Trevor for everything, or chalk it up as revenge and move on.
Publish date: August 27th 2012
Publisher: Riptide Publishing
Pages no: 100
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, Contemporary Romance
, Short Stories
, Sports And Games
, M M Romance
Series: Theta Alpha Gamma (#2)
Eh. I just wasn't into this one. It felt kind of like a throwaway book, to be honest, and I don't think I'm alone in saying that Paul was definitely not a character whose story I needed to know. He didn't make a great impression in book 1, [b:Frat Boy and Toppy|13484085|Frat Boy and Toppy (Theta Al...
This was a cute story, I just wish it had been longer. I'd like to have known more about the time they spent apart, as well as seen more time spent on the getting back together. Nine years and a big betrayal is a lot to get over in just a few days and a couple of visits.
I liked the first book, and assumed/hoped the second book would feature Collin. Both since he was a sweet and intriguing character AND because the series is titled for his frat. But oddly enough this book is about the previous love interest's asshole ex-roommate... I'm not sure I care. Add to that t...
Did not enjoy this one as much. Too much nastiness. Too much angst to believe it could all be wrapped up and solved In so short a time.
This review is also available at My Fiction Nook.Love, Hypothetically is the 2nd installment in the TAG series, and is about Paul (whom you might remember from Fratboy and Toppy as Sebastian's grumpy, jock-hating roommate who didn't like Brad). We get insights as to why Paul was so mean to Brad, an...