David and Conner (Jock Dorm #3)
Genre: LGBT Contemporary
Series: Jock Dorm; Previous Title: Drew and Vince
David, the oldest boy in his family and a priest, has always been considered special. What his family doesn't know is that he's also lonely...probably because he's good at denying it, even to himself.
Then Conner, a good-looking, tough cop with a soft spot for David, shows up in his life. All of a sudd...more
So I have been very excited to read this after the shocker at the end of Vince and Drew, Vince`s priest brother gay "oh no". So I was jumping out of my pants from excitement.With that said, this was not my fave book in the series for so many reasons.
It was just way too smoothe, you know when things go exactly the way for a character at some point it just becomes bothersome. I was Bothered! I liked David but he was a big cry baby, you know David is the priest that is gay so h ...more
This was by far the worst of the series. The dialogue was extremely choppy and very fake. Being an atheist, I didn't enjoy all the religious content even though it does bring to light a lot of "problems" in the church concerning gay men/women.
Typical for the author, the sex scenes were quite descriptive. I could have done without all the snowballing...ick.
Each and every book by Bobby Michaels is a piece of him. Who he is, what he likes, how he lives, all of it is in his books. Bobby Michaels is angry? Then his character is angry. Bobby is sad? Then his character is sad. Bobby believes, des ...more
Aunque la historia de David y Conner puede parecer un poco repetitiva al estar tan relacionada con la anterior entrega de la trilogía, hacia el final se vuelve totalmente individual y llegamos a observar como la relación entre los protagonistas va avanzando paso a paso a medida que van cumpliendo las metas que se han propuesto en la vida, hasta llegar a la más importante que es crear una famil ...more
Bobby has been many things in his ...more