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Electricity Sparks Inside of Me

3.77  ·  Rating Details  ·  40 Ratings  ·  6 Reviews
Jack Grady left small town Arkansas behind to start a new life in the big city of Washington, DC, and he’s encouraged when he meets Evan Roderick. Though the attraction is instant, Jack has to leave without getting Evan’s number. Imagine Jack’s surprise when on his first day as a private school’s orchestra teacher, he finds that Evan is a teacher there too.

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ebook, 160 pages
Published February 23rd 2011 by Dreamspinner Press, LLC (first published February 22nd 2011)
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Andrea Goodell
Jan 28, 2015 Andrea Goodell rated it really liked it
This is a sweet story about Jack, a newly graduated college student starting his first teaching job in Washington D.C. and Evan and openly gay teacher at the same school.
Jack is from a small town outside of Little Rock, AR lived with a deeply religious family in the middle of the Bible belt his whole life. Although he’s known and had a male friend with beneficent all through college, he has not come to terms with being gay and has not discussed it with his friends or family. Jack gets a job in W
Ryan Loveless
Jul 23, 2011 Ryan Loveless rated it really liked it
3.5 stars Despite dragging a bit in places, overall this is an enjoyable book. The characters have great chemistry and there are some truly sweet exchanges between them.
Sep 29, 2011 Vio rated it liked it
Shelves: sweet, cute, nice
It didn't wow me like I thought it would. Not too bad, sweet and cute in places and and the boys are nice enough.
Feb 26, 2011 Ami rated it liked it
3.5 stars
Hmmm, the situation with Rent performance by students in the school kind of remind me of Jenna Hilary Sinclair's Admit One though with different result. I think both Evan and Jack are likeable protagonist, although I still cannot understand why Evan would think that Jack isn't interested during their first meet, just because Jack steps out to take a phone call (do I miss some other clue??).

I like the "secondary" storyline about Jack's family, most notably his sister, Shelly. It's tende
Jun 28, 2011 Clover rated it really liked it
Shelves: m-m, contemporary
a really sweet coming-out story.
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CJ grew up as a military brat. During her childhood she lived in North Carolina, South Carolina, Alabama, Texas, Hawaii, Jamaica, and Virginia. Currently, she and her family call Northern Virginia home.
She's been a writer as long as she could hold a pencil. She writes horror, suspense, and thrillers. Her first published work--The Wedding Feast--was inspired by a vivid nightmare. Since then she's e
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