Rocking the Boat
Publish date: February 28th 2011
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press, LLC
Pages no: 230
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, Contemporary Romance
, Sports And Games
, M M Romance
, M M Contemporary
Series: CalPac Crew (#1)
I just can't bring myself to suffer through anymore of this book. DNFing at 47% because I actually hate it. This book is all tell and no show. I'm supposed to understand why this coach is willing to risk his job for one of his rowers, but there is absolutely nothing shown to the reader to make us ...
I really enjoyed this - you could tell the author had experience with rowing (I had to admit to being a tad concerned, but shouldn't have worried). Am interested to see what happens in the next book
Fairly typical M/M, if more interesting since I had no prior knowledge of college crewing. A sweet build up and romance if a bit predictable.
The lure of perfect bodies in motion.That's a good reason to be a sports' fan. Now as a coach that can be a bit tricky, especially if its' the bodies under your tutelage. A bit of an angsty tale of one coach trying to avoid the inevitable pull of one of his crew. But it's pretty hard to ignore all t...
This was a nice read. Although I learned more about rowing than I ever wanted and the romance part was rather slow building, I liked both, Nick and Morgan enough to want to read on. Normally I'm not a fan of shoving the MCs of the next book into my face at the end of the current one, but I liked Dre...
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