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Bloomington Boys: Nathan & Devon

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Nathan is eager to experience college life, but misses his boyfriend back home. Sexy IU boys surround Nathan, but he's confident he can be true to Ethan. While Nathan has little trouble controlling his lust, the same cannot be said for one of his classmates. Trace is sexy, well built, and accustomed to getting who and what he wants. At first Trace is a minor annoyance, but ...more
Paperback, 266 pages
Published June 2nd 2014 by Createspace
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Nov 30, 2015 Robert rated it really liked it
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Two novellas, related by being about the Verona youths who attend Indiana U. But, also thematically related in that Nathan and Devon are both tested by their first semester away from home. Nathan succeeds, while Devon fails and his path toward the end already depicted in an earlier written, but chronologically later novel is explained. Dorian Gray also makes an appearance as do some of the other characters plus some new, non-Verona youths. I enjoyed the stories and remain amazed by Roeder's ...more
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Mark A. Roeder grew up in southern Indiana - near a small town similar to those that appear in his novels.
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