The Emo and the Jock
Evan Harris and Cole Morgan couldn't be more different. Evan is a lonely, abused emo who longs for a better life, while Cole is the popular quarterback of his high school's football team.Unbeknownst to Evan, Cole is gay and has had crush on him for years. However, Evan wants nothing more than to... show more
Evan Harris and Cole Morgan couldn't be more different. Evan is a lonely, abused emo who longs for a better life, while Cole is the popular quarterback of his high school's football team.Unbeknownst to Evan, Cole is gay and has had crush on him for years. However, Evan wants nothing more than to graduate and leave his current life behind him. Then, his teacher gives him a second chance in the form of a tutor, who just so happens to be Cole Morgan.Cole and Evan quickly grow close. Little do they know Charlie, Cole's jealous ex-boyfriend, is spending his time scheming to break up the happy couple. Stalking and watching Cole's every move, he wants nothing more than to have the jock as his again, whatever the price.
Publish date: June 23rd 2012
Publisher: Silver Publishing
Pages no: 201
Edition language: English
, Sports And Games
, High School
, M M Romance
, New Adult
, Gay Romance
, Gay For You
Series: The Emo and the Jock (#1)
I really enjoyed the idea of this story- the emo outcast type and the jock type, falling in love. The jock doing the one chasing for once was great. Watching them connect was great.But then there's the bad. First off, the editing was horrible. Wrong words, and lots of words were just missing letters...
3.15*Some reviewers complained of the overuse of the words 'emo' and 'jock' for the MCs, and they are absolutely right. It got to be a bit much and I was literally waiting for the next time one of those two words was used for an MC as I was reading.The storyline is hurt/comfort/abuse meets a YA Cind...
So, uh, wow. This started out really bad for me. I get the stereotype, but it felt like the author was trying to beat me over the head with it. The characters have names. I don't need them referred to as "emo" and "jock" repeatedly. The characterizations should be enough description. Also, the...
Some nice characterization here but the stalker storyline is just too over the top for me. Still, sweet chemistry between the MCs.
Nice turnaround from the usual jocknerd-geek-emo story with the jock being the one comfortable in his skin. And this had a good plot behind the romance angle.