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Frat Boy and Toppy (Theta Alpha Gamma #1)

3.79 of 5 stars 3.79  ·  rating details  ·  3,320 ratings  ·  494 reviews
Brad is great at meeting other people’s expectations. But his own? Not so much. Take the gay thing. Okay, so yeah. It took a morning meeting with a frat brother’s hairy, naked ass for him to admit it, but he knows the truth about himself now. Let the gay life commence.

Unfortunately, it’s not that easy. He hasn’t quite determined how to come out to anyone, even Sebastian, t
ebook, 174 pages
Published March 26th 2012 by Riptide Publishing (first published March 25th 2012)
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Heather K (dentist in my spare time)
**HOLY CRAP guys RUN to All Romance and pick this up FREE today 4/20/14!!**

**Re-read 5/29/13**

Bump up rating to 4.5 stars!

This book was just what I needed while I was feeling depressed. It was wonderful. Just fun, sweet, and sexy. God, Anne Tenino does this genre of light M/M to perfection! I am so impressed how she makes her main character so vulnerable and relatable. I LOVED the title the second time around and couldn't wait to read about Mr. Toppy and
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It's currently free on All Romance Ebooks, so if you're interested, I definitely think you should get yourself a copy! So very recommended!

Re-read: March 12-13, 2014
I couldn't help but re-read this one after reading the last two published books in the series because I missed them so much, and gosh I loved it just as much this time. This is still my favorite and I absolutely love these two together! This story (and series as a whole)
Dec 16, 2013 Lili rated it 5 of 5 stars
Shelves: m-m
When I finished this book I had a big ol smile on my face! I'm not going to rehash the synopsis cause I'm a lazy bitch but I will answer some important questions.

Does it have a good story?

Ive been reading a lot of GFY m/m romance and it was nice to take a break from those story lines.

Is it funny?

Love able characters?

Brad and Sebastian were so freaking adorable!

Is it emotional?

I gotta admit I did shed a few tears.

And of course - the ever important - is it HAWT?

This book is panting wet

3 Stars! Good, but not Great! I have mixed feelings on this book, I wasn’t quite as enamored as I hoped I would be.

It had a good start, not much in the way of character development, but there sure was a lot of sex. In all fairness to the book, I’m not sure my head was quite in the game with this one. It wasn’t a page turner, I didn't get that...I can’t stop reading this feeling…more like, some fun, passion and more sex. What I did enjoy, was reading about Brad’s inner turmoil over accepting th
4 Stars

After reading a really intense book, I was looking for a light, sweet, sexy and fun m/m book. This was a perfect read for me! Quick read about a college guy named Brad.

Brad is struggling with his identity. He is in a frat, a foot ball player, stereotypical jock- but he also likes boys. One boy in particular, his T.A. Sebastian. Brad has been denying his sexuality for years. Sebastian is an openly gay guy. Brad ‘accidentally’ comes out to his family and a few others. Eventually, he lets S

3.5 +

Shameless! Absolutely shameless!

I know that’s what you think of me when you look at that cover and title. And yes, I totally ran out of shame when I became a fan of Fifty Shades of Grey so there’s no saving me. But YOU can hold onto yours because Anne Tenino likes to tease and take the mickey a bit; so don’t take it too seriously. Frat Boy and Toppy is not just a cheesy sex fest that the cover promises – it’s got heart and mostly it’s just great fun.

Poor Brad – he’s so gay and I don’t kn

This book was lots of fun. There's nothing complicated about this story and that is exactly what I loved about it. Very little angst, just laughs. Brad, our closeted frat boy falls for his sexy history TA, Sebastian. I fell immediately for both MC's. There's a ton of sexual tension and hot sex.

I love this author's humor. There were so many laugh out loud moments. I didn't want the story to end. This will be added to my go-to-happy shelf for sure!

The only issue I had was the ending was just a l
Kaje Harper
This book was sweeter, less funny and more realistic than I expected from the reviews I've seen. It's a fairly straightforward coming out story, about Brad who realizes in his junior year of college that his ladies-man image is pure fiction and camouflage. He's falling for his very male TA, and can't deny it any more. The characters rang true and and were people worth knowing, the sex was hot and the emotions worked with the story.

5 stars for me, and a comfort reread since the small amount of a
Cole Riann
I really quite enjoyed this story. This story ended up having a lot of heart for a story that I was expecting from the outset to be mostly sex (even though I enjoy those too!). In the end, it had both. I really loved "Frat Boy" and wanted to smack "Toppy" a few times, but hey, they got there. Sweet, cute, and really hot. A nice combo. I ended up staying up to read it.

Romcom's are very hate or love with me. Which I believe goes for most people when it comes to comedy. Either you like it or you don't. And if I didn't find this hilarious, the story in itself isn't very strong. The closeted frat boy on his quest to self-knowledge, and him finding love on the way. There's not much of a conflict, and everyone in his life is happy and supportive.

But I did find it funny. So funny that I had to put my Kindle down and just laugh now and then. The characters are a del

Despite the cheesy title, this was a very enjoyable read. It was sweet, sexy and fun at times with a lot of sexy moments between the two main characters Brad (the frat boy) and Sebastian (the toppy). Just what I wanted!

Brad is 21 years old, he’s in collage, in a fraternity and he's the stereotypical jock. He’s the popular guy on campus. Brad just realized he’s attracted to men. First he doesn’t accept it. Maybe he is bi...It's possible, right? When he starts to notice the sexy T.A., Sebastian, B
J *I did it all for the nookie.The book nookie*
This book....seriously

At first I was like Frat Boy and Toppy?!?!?!

But hey, don't judge this book by it's title...because it was so much more than it's cheesy title (and cover)--though I must say those are some really lickable abs.

Just sayin'!

This was sweet, and cute, and DAMN HOT and made me smile and laugh and my heart even hurt a few times.

Brad was so freaking ADORABLE and man

But gah I just loved him and wanted to hug him.

Brad has newly accepted his gay status. He's a complete gay virgin. He
Can you believe I've never read anything from this author? Where in the hell have I been? (Smothered by my huge TBR mountain that's what!) Such a popular book this is. I can see why. I really liked it. I'd rate it 4.75 but I'm rounding up so 5 Hearts!

"Frat Boy and Toppy" - the title is not the sexiest but when you read the story to get the meaning, it's really adorable and funny. I actually laughed out loud with this story. I don't know if you know this but I love to laugh and usually I might g
2.5 stars

This book is definitely not my cuppa tea. Its basically just porn, which I guess i should have expected from the God awful title and cover. I just thought there might be a decent story along with all the smut. I was wrong.

The plot goes something like this:
-Brads a jock in a frat.
-He thinks he might be gay.
-He fantasies about his TA Sebastian, who's a bit of a player.
-They have sex.
-More sex.
-More sex.
-He receives oral from one of the frat boys.
-He and Sebastian become exclusive.
-More se
Serena Yates
A great mix between humor and a healthy dose of realism, the story of Brad going from ‘all jock’ to ‘gay man with a boyfriend’ had me laughing and thoughtful in turns. Much of what he goes through follows the classical path of denial to discovery and affirmation of who he really is. This story’s tone of voice is humorous, but some of what happens certainly isn’t. In many ways this is about much more than Brad discovering and admitting he is gay, it is the story of his realizing who he really is ...more
I loved this because first, I loved Brad. As he was coming out to himself, figuring out what he was, he didn't just go and test out his theory on random guys. No, he worked things out in his head and the whole time made Sebastian the focus of all his fantasies. And then he went home and had his sisters give him crap and has to endure, horrors, the love and acceptance of his parents. Seeing him with his family was a treat. Brad is hot and sweet and beautiful and the man has a conscience that will ...more
I loved this book. The characters are lovable, the dialogue fast and funny,the romance tender and dreamy, even the sex was hot and in proportion to the book. (and from me that’s saying something lol)

Now the niggle. It’s a small one but I felt the endearment Honey or Hon was over used in places. But aside from that this book was pretty much perfect.

Best scene has to be the Frat house meeting at the end. That had me laughing out loud. And Kyle? He was just perfect. If he wasn’t so straight I’d lov
3.5 Stars

This was sweet and smutty and pretty much perfect if you want a light story with minimal drama, a few hearty laughs and some serious smexing.

Brad is your typical frat house jock, nice guy, popular with his friends and demon with the ladies...Except his 99% sure he's gay. Especially since he is almost sure that the thing he has for the male TA in his History class is crush.

So he makes up his mind...He's gay. He's not sure how he'll come clean with everyone in his life but he takes the pl
"Have you ever been in love? Horrible isn't it? It makes you so vulnerable. It opens your chest and it opens up your heart and it means that someone can get inside you and mess you up.”
― Neil Gaiman, The Sandman.

The plot

Brad is trying to be the best... the best son, the best football player, but... it's not enough. He is trying too hard, and achieving just partial success. Why? He can't find himself, in the mess of his life. College is not easy to anyone, much less to a popular football play
Loved it!

Brad is struggling with his identity. He is stereotypical jock, he is in a frat, a foot ball player etc. but he also likes boys.

One boy in particular... Sebastian. Brad has been denying his sexuality for years. Sebastian is an openly gay guy. Eventually, he lets Sebastian know.

Before I started this book I wandered will it be sweet and sexy...

Or lusty and intense...

Well, it was really both! And I enjoyed it so vey much... probably more that I should have...

Overall, light sweet and super
Bitchie *Bored Now*
Update 11/16/13 This book was just as good the second time around. Reread so I can read Good Boy.

This was just- adorable. There wasn't a ton of angst, just a guy realizing he was gay and falling in love. This book was funny and sexy, hot, with good side characters. This is the second book by this author I've read this week, along with her shorts, and she has now become an auto-read for me. It's so good to find another wonderful author!
Heather C
Cute story! Brad was like the cutest most adorable-est Frat Boy jock virgin EVER!! Oh, and he's a total bottom, too. Sebastian was a bit slutty, but he was the perfect yummy, Toppy 'mentor' for Brad. Lots of hot smexin' between these two.

It is also quite funny with only like 5 minutes of angst. It's not a deep story, but still very sweet.

I hope Collin gets his own story next...maybe with Toby?
This isn't the best book in the world, but it was just what I needed: mindless waffle that made me smile.

Brad was adorable, Sebastian just the right side of asshole.

I did crave a little more depth and some angst that actually meant something, but who cares?

Not me.
Emma Sea
Sometimes books come along at the perfect time. This was a Goldilocks book: just funny enough, just sweet enough, just romantic enough, just sexy enough. I enjoyed this so much. Thank you Heather, for telling me to read it.
*** 3.5 Stars ***

I really enjoyed this one! It had cute parts and sexy parts and parts that literally made me laugh out loud -- all the right ingredients for a great story.

Brad Feller (a.k.a. Frat Boy) was your typical jock. Oh wait! No, he wasn't! The boy may have played football and belonged to a traditional Greek fraternity, but he was a giant bundle of hidden passions, hidden desires, layers of vulnerability, and a pretty sweet heart. Definitely not a walking stereotype.

Sebastian (a.k.a. T

I am upping this rating to 5 stars. I have reread this over. Dozen times since it came out. Whenever I want a feel good read, or just have time for a short read . . . The second to last scene is hysterical and accurate! I teach college kids and damn that dialogue is dead on! But the last scene,,,,makes me cry happy tears every damn time,

fun light quick read
just what i needed today . . .

what i liked . . .
*great banter and dialogue
*cute comedic moments
*not a lot of angst . . .

what di
This is one of my favourite m/m books. The characters are adorable. The set up is believable & poignant. The internal dialogue is laugh-out-loud funny. The whole book is fabulous but I would have to say my all-time favourite bits are when Brad is confessing the BJ from Collin & his defence is..."then he licked me". That little line just makes me snort. The other part of the book that tickles me is when Brad comes out to the frat. Oh yeah, then there's the part when he fesses that he is t ...more
This was great for what it was. Light, sweet, adorable, easy on the ulcer, fun and pretty sexy too. A mood lifter when I needed it. Inept Brad won me over right away. I liked Sebastian as well, although...(view spoiler) Now Ms. Tenino needs to work on some loose ends immediately. Paul has a story to tell, so does Collin and I would LOVE to meet juicy-apple-ass guy.
Oct 09, 2013 Heather rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommended to Heather by: Samantha
'Im not gay.. I'm not gay... I'm not gay... Oh crap... I'm gay!'

So we have Brad and Sebastian.
I liked Brad. But, Sebastian. I wasn't feeling it.

Can I say the whole hair brush thing was freakishly hot?? Ohh and. I wanted to stab Ashely she was kinda a psycho bitch. Seriously. Her moods were giving me whiplash.

Not a very helpful review. I know.
Just another typical frat jock and geeky guy having lots of sex.
But, enjoyable no less.
MsMiz (Tina)
This was the perfect book for my mood yesterday. Cute, hella hot and just all round fun to read. The frat announcement at the end was so funny. On top of that his friend Kyle...too funny! I loved that they were trying to come up with a name for a male fag hag.

This was good times. Now Collin needs a story. Maybe calming down the surly Paul?

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Raised on a steady media diet of Monty Python, classical music and the visual arts, Anne Tenino rocked the mental health world when she was the first patient diagnosed with Compulsive Romantic Disorder. Since that day, with her trusty psychiatrist by her side, Anne has taken on conquering the M/M world through therapeutic writing. Finding out who those guys having sex in her head are and what to d ...more
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