My Roommate's a Jock? Well, Crap!
Publish date: December 31st 2012
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 262
Edition language: English
, Contemporary Romance
, Sports And Games
, M M Romance
I must give the author props - the young men sounded and acted like young men, teasing and harrassing each other and not talking about anything real. It's just that I don't really enjoy that dynamic. I guess I want young men to act much older and more mature - my bad. :-) This was told from seve...
Don't hate me but I was glad when this one ended. I know, I know. I loved Cole and Ellis. I enjoyed watching their friends process their relationship. I thought the mother was fine. It was the constant jibber-jabber. Way, way too much yapping. But I get why this is a popular book and I'd recommend i...
An ok book. not bad, but not memorable either. the trope is pretty common so it's nothing new. The writing was very simple so it didn't get my attention right away. Some parts felt slow and boring and the characters were often pretty shallow. Normal book to read/listen on a lazy day.
Really cute story of college nerd meets college jock and they fall in love. There's a little creepiness with a groundskeeper way too invested in the lives of the students on campus, and a little weirdness with sudden POV switches (this is a first-person POV but a few chapters are written in third-pe...
Sweet and easy read. I like them together and enjoyed the story.