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Trust Your Tutor

3.09 of 5 stars 3.09  ·  rating details  ·  34 ratings  ·  6 reviews
Gabriel Langdon is the typical university senior slacker. After coasting by for four years, Gabriel's mother decides to intercede just as his final summer course begins. Her interference comes in the form of high school graduate, jock-genius tutor named Justin Freely.

Gabriel, gay and out to everyone but his persistent ex-girlfriend Jessica, wants Justin—and goes about get...more
ebook, 79 pages
Published October 2010 by Amber Allure

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I had to give it five stars because it was such a cute story.
Usually I like this author's style. She writes amazing fanfiction and her other book "At his name, a promise" was really original and very interesting. But I was dissapointed with this one. At first I thought it was going to be a good read with the tutor thing going on. But the story and the characters were, oh, so boring! Justin was so shy, I couldn't understand what Gabriel was thinking and Gabriel's parents were so annoying. The plot was predictable.
I highly recommend to read her other works,...more
I can't really say anything about this because it's just another so-so story that good for 30 minutes read then I probably forget in a few days. Nothing really stand out (oh, except I don't really "get the feel" of Justin being younger and tutoring a 22-year-old Gabriel). So yeah, *shrugs*.
Short cute story. Just after reading At his throat a promise ( which EVERYONE should read) the style of the author caught me. This book is a fun, fluffy and a wee bit predictable read. But enjoyable and well written never-the-less
it's a happy little story. Not much conflict, not heavy conflict, anyway, but a fine, quick read.
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