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by Anne Tenino
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Cat's Books: Romance
Cat's Books: Romance rated it 3 years ago
t's all fun and games until someone puts his heart out.After being outed to his hockey team and then changing schools, Jock figures he’s due for something good — like the sex he missed out on in the closet. Toby, the hot grad student he meets at a frat party, seems like a great place to start, and t...
Prism Book Alliance Reviews
Prism Book Alliance Reviews rated it 7 years ago
4.25 Stars ~ Review by PaisleyHaving been a sorority girl I know a bit about Greek life. In college I spent a lot of time with fraternity boys. At my school they never wanted to be call frat boys – they hated the word frat. The first time I said “frat” to a guy he said to me, “It’s fraternity! Would...
Rain on Roof
Rain on Roof rated it 7 years ago
Thoroughly enjoyed and one I imagine I'll re read. There two of her other books I re read, kinda like a comfort read. While there were elements that felt a little clunky and awkward, for the most part I loved the writing and particularly the characterisation of Jock. It is important to note I do hav...
liz blue ~ paperback reader
liz blue ~ paperback reader rated it 7 years ago
I just love these boys and the super sensitive TAG boys and BEER TERRORISTS! It's all so adorable and sweet. There are also some deep and difficult subjects as Jock figures out who he is and how he sees himself. While you can absolutely read this as a stand-alone, you would miss out on the ever-deve...
She Reads Too Much
She Reads Too Much rated it 7 years ago
Um...and she shoots....and she scores!!!Thank you Anne Tenino for another awesome installment in the TAG series. I am stupid for these boys...for the main characters and the endearingly awkward, idiotic, trying to damn hard fratbros.Some stuff I liked outside of the main relationship between Toby a...
Sandra @ My Fiction Nook
Sandra @ My Fiction Nook rated it 7 years ago
Okay, so let's get the negative stuff out of the way first - this book does not work as a standalone. If someone were to pick this up without having read the first three books, or at least book 3, they would be very lost. Lucky me has read all the previous books, so I didn't suffer from cluelessness...
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