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Drew and Vince (Jock Dorm #2)

3.48 of 5 stars 3.48  ·  rating details  ·  431 ratings  ·  23 reviews
Drew ran away to college to avoid dealing with being gay. That seems like a mistake when he ends up rooming with fellow wrestler Vince to whom he cannot deny his attraction. But maybe not, since Vince wants him too.

Publisher's note: This book is a homoerotic love story and contains subject matter that may be objectionable to some readers: male/male sexual practices, inclu
ebook, 153 pages
Published March 6th 2007 by Loose Id
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Bubbles  Hunty Honest & Direct Opinions
I stopped reading at 64% start of chapter 8

Just could not finish it. I don’t care about either of the characters, it is like they copied and pasted the same ridiculous sex scene with the worst “dirty talk” I have ever read/heard. Read like a really bad porn and at 64% I still don’t care how it ends there is no point reading on…

””there ya go, babe. All my cock for your hungry butt to chew on. Yeah, that’s it. Tighten that hole around my cock. Fuck! You’ve got the tightest, wettest, hole I’ve eve
Elisa Rolle
The second enstallment in the Jock Dorm series.

Drew is the little brother of Gregg and he is a wrestler, like his brother, and like his brother is gay. For this reason, when he is 18 years old he decides to leave home and their unlovely parents and join Gregg at University.

He is setting in room with Vince, another wrestler, and soon the two of them become lovers. Like for Gregg and Dar, they don't find problems among the College people, and very little problems with Vince's family, a very trad
Just terrible. I couldn't even finish the book because it reads like a bad porno. The dialogue is horribly cheesy, the scenarios are unreal, and the sex is unbelievable (and not in a good way).
I know a few have been put off with the odd moment of jock strap sniffing in the original Jock Dorm, but it didn’t really bother me too much. I’ve re read that wee gem several times. O-O. This second Jock Dorm novel about Drew and Vince is just as hot, but does not quite have the same impact as the first. The story felt rushed in parts, but I think Bobby Michaels does those first fumbling attempts at sex incredibly well.
Tracy~Bayou Book Junkie
Gregg and Dar rescue Drew and with the help of the coach he is able to find housing and start training for the season early. His new roommate is Vince, who Drew has had the hots for since he saw him at the state championship tournament.

Drew and Vince become friends, and of course eventually fall head over heels in love.

It's a real shame. This series is so freaking cheesy. The sex scenes are not HOT.. They are corny as all get out, but for some ungodly reason, I CAN'T seem to stop reading them.
Well.... here comes another delightful surprise. TBH, I started reading this second book after the first one expecting seck, seck, and lots, lots of seck BUT, to my surprise, there is much, much more than that. I understand many found the book kind of rushed things but I'd say it crammed pretty much everything in half the length of an average book. It actually does better than the first book, in fact.

Another really noteworthy aspect is the one about advances in human knowledge that "shot down" t
Stacey Jo
I like the book and I like this series despite it being very unrealistic. How many declarations of love can there be between the covers of a book before one passes out from the sugar induced coma? It gets to the point where I just want to say, yah, I know, you love each other, lets move on. I feel like there should always be little cherrubs, or cupids, flying around my head as I read this series. And everything is just so "perfect" and works out so perfectly. That is what all makes it unrealisti ...more
This is the much better version, or what should have been book #1 in this Jock Dorm series.

This story actually delivers just that, story. There are things going on, things happening, you just have to wade it out to get there, and because of the repetitiveness that I felt plagued book #1, I almost didn't.

The first thirty percent of this book seemed absolutely pointless, I had already been through all of it when reading the first book, including some boring, sweaty, smelly, jock-fetish sex. I was
I liked the first book in the Jock Dorm series despite its many faults (cheasy lines, instant love and commitment declaration, TMI about smell and 'flavour' of sex). I read it as tongue in the cheek kind of story. In "Drew and Vince" the distance and humor are lost. The only thing I can think of that has changed is the narrative mode - "Dar and Gregg" has third-person narration, "Drew and Vince" is told from Drew point of view. It ruined the book for me.
Oh nooooes! The dialogue in this is like the script of a porn. It was almost exactly like the first book but with a bit of extra angst/drama in the middle. Everything in the MCs relationship happened at warp speed. Not to mention, years would go by with out any sort of notice. Like one minute Drew has four years of school left and then the next page, 5 yrs blew by. WTF?

Again, not a book I was reading for literary enlightenment. I picked this book knowing I was going to get a lot of sex with ridiculous bedroom chatter and some kind of sense kink. Was it a great book, no, but it was entertaining :) !!
Christy Stewart
This made about as much sense as the first one but wasn't nearly as entertaining.

It's a huge summery and then it just becomes pwp.
I just couldn't bring my self to finish this and I do not abandon book easily.
Sandra Ramirez
I have to admit that I actually like this story better than the first. The whole smegma grossed me out from the 1st book. Vince and Drew got together a bit too quick, but unlike the the 1st story this one went by over a 5 year span. That made all the changes more believable.
hardly readable, not even really good. Just okay really. Absolutely not exciting or great at all.
Excellent writing, fantastic storytelling, and in short this book meets my 5 start rating. In short this is another win for Bobby Michaels. I can wait to read part three of this series. I'm hoping for a part 5.
Levando-se em consideração os aspectos narrativos e o conteúdo da própria história minha avaliação seriam 2 /² estrelas. No entanto, ao final a história apresenta um saldo positivo, portanto aproximarei para 3 estrelas. ...more
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I just couldn't finish it. I had to stop at 20% on my kindle. I figured the first book was bearable so the second book to the series should be a little better. But I was wrong.
I was cleaning up some old files when I found these books so I decided to read them. Not really my thing (hence the 2 stars) but if you love lots of smut then this is for you.
Loved this book! I thought Drew and Vince had really HOT chemistry together. I can't wait to read the next one!
I love this one better than the first.. More issues but easily resolved... I love it!!
Kumar naorem
just like the first book of the series... nice
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