[KINDLE] ❄ Sweet Young Thang (Theta Alpha Gamma, #3) By Anne Tenino – Thomashillier.co.uk

Sweet Young Thang (Theta Alpha Gamma, #3) Thanks To Collin Montes, Theta Alpha Gamma Now Welcomes Gay And Bisexual Students Persuading His Uncle Monty, President Of The TAG Alumni Association, That The Open Approach Won T Adversely Affect TAG S Reputation Is Collin S Own First Step Toward Coming Out As Long As There Are No Repercussions, He Ll Escape The Closet By Graduation.Enter Repercussions, Stage Left Someone Rigs The TAG House Water Heater To Launch Through The Ceiling, Then Plants A Bomb Thankfully Unsuccessful In The Fraternity S Basement Now Collin Has His Hands Full Not Only Trying To Convince His Uncle That This Might Not Be The Work Of Homophobes, But Also Dealing With A Fratful Of Brothers Worried About Their Kegger Fridge.Paramedic Eric Dixon Can T Stop Thinking About The Kid He Met During A Call At His Former College Fraternity House The Age Gap Between Them Is Trumped By Sexy Eyes, So When Eric Sees Collin Again At The Bomb Scene, He Pursues Him Soon, Eric Is Dreaming Of Being A Househusband, Fighting To Keep Collin Safe From Whoever S Trying To Destroy The Fraternity, And Helping His Sweet Young Thang Realize That Repercussions Sometimes Have Silver Linings.


10 thoughts on “Sweet Young Thang (Theta Alpha Gamma, #3)

  1. says:

    3.75 stars As anyone who reads my reviews knows, I am a self proclaimed Anne Tenino fan girl Normally, I m reading her books while alternating between squealing shrilly and rapid fire quoting gay erotica to my very disinterested husband Was this book squeal worthy Maybe a half hearted squeal, like a mini squeal I liked it a lot but it had a few little details that irked me Let me start with what I LOVED Anne Tenino writes some of the funniest scenes that I have ever had the pleasure o 3.75 stars As anyone who reads my reviews knows, I am a self proclaimed Anne Tenino fan girl Normally, I m reading her books while alternating between squealing shrilly and rapid fire quoting gay erotica to my very disinterested husband Was this book squeal worthy Maybe a half hearted squeal, like a mini squeal I liked it a lot but it had a few little details that irked me Let me start with what I LOVED...


  2. says:

    Let me preface this review with saying I usually love any books with paramedics, firefighters, etc and I love frat boys or just even college men stories Those elements combined SHOULD have hooked me enough to rate this at least middle of the road Unfortunately, I couldn t focus on the book at all forthan ten minutes due to very specific factors.This is the story of Collin Montes, a Theta Alpha Gamma fraternity member, who has pushed for his fraternity to openly allow gay members Collin Let me preface this review with saying I usually love any books with paramedics, firefighters, etc and I love frat boys or just even college men stories Those elements combined SHOULD have hooked me enough to rate this at least middle of the road Unfortunately, I couldn t focus on the book at all forthan ten minutes due to very specific factors.This is the story of Collin Montes, a Theta Alpha Gamma fraternity member, who has pushed for his fraternity to openly allow gay members Collin is still in the closet himself due to a contentious, homophobic uncle, Marty, who is the president of Theta Alpha Gamma s Alumni Association, but he wants to come out as soon as possible Late in the night one evening there is an explosion at the frat due to a rigged water heater, and a frat member is injured Enter Paramedic Eric Dixon, an older man and a former Theta Alpha Gamma m...


  3. says:

    2.5 stars Even Nick J Russo couldn t save this audiobook I vaguely remembered this story from when I read it in ebook form years ago, but I was not prepared for how much the audio would annoy me I m talking nicknames every single page, and annoying ones too, like sweet baby boy and sweet young thang, but said in a serious tone I couldn t handle it read out loud to me It was suffocating, and it highlighted the age difference between the two MCs, but in a bad way, not in a sexy way.I als 2.5 stars Even Nick J Russo couldn t save this audiobook I vaguely remembered this story from when I read it in ebook form years ago, but I was not prepared for how much the audio would annoy me I m talking nicknames every single page, and annoying ones too, like sweet baby boy and sweet young thang, but said in a serious tone I couldn t handle it read out loud to me It was suffocating, and it highlighted the age difference between the two MCs, but in a bad way, not in a sexy way.I also really struggled with the insta love this time around Collin and Eric were so extremely insta lovey as a couple Eric was theintense one of the two, even to go as far as creeping me out a little bit He was so over the top with the nicknames and the lovey stuff that it ended up making me shut down It made me disconnect from the story Now, the story isn t without it s merits The rest of the frat house b...


  4. says:

    2.75This was okay Very readable but nothing really stood out for me in terms of either the characters or the storyline I liked Collin and Eric but there were a few things that didn t work for me here view spoiler The pet names Sweet thing, sweetness, sweet baby, my boy, sweet boy, etc That really started to get to me after a bit I can take one or two but anything boy really grates for me The age difference Usually this isn t a problem for me but this was ver...


  5. says:

    3.75 I was a little worried that I wouldn t like this book, the warnings about the overuse of endearments and such made me wary But I enjoyed book 2 in this series and I usually like Anne Tenino s stories so I decided t give it a go.I won t recap the story, it s been done and the blurb is pretty good at explaining it, but I do want to say that I appreciated the situation Collin goes through with his Uncle Monty, I think a lot of us have someone in our life at some point who exercises a lot 3.75 I was a little worried that I wouldn t like this book, the warnings about the overuse of endearments and such made me wary But I enjoyed book 2 in this series and I usually like Anne Tenino s stories so I decided t give it a go.I won t recap the story, it s been done and the blurb is pretty good at explaining it, but I do want to say that I appreciated the situation Collin goes through with his Uncle Monty, I think a lot of us have someone in our life at some point who exercises a lot of influence and pressure on us and our decisions, it s pretty damn hard to break from that pattern and do it in a way that is best for everyone, it s not always feasible or possible to burn all your bridges.Anyhow..the humor is another thing I love about this author, I m usually smiling and feel entertained w...


  6. says:

    Okayso this book turned out to be annoying Let me count the ways Before I do, though, let me say that it did not start out as such I read the sample, was charmed, coughed up 7.99, and settled in for a nice lengthy ish read.Except 1 The interests, the pov s, the perspectives in this story felt as if they were diametrically opposed I couldn t reconcile the shifts between Eric and Collin aka Sweetness I read YA, New Adult and mature works and I enjoy them all so my problem, as will be sta Okayso this book turned out to be annoying Let me count the ways Before I do, though, let me say that it did not start out as such I read the sample, was charmed, coughed up 7.99, and settled in for a nice lengthy ish read.Except 1 The interests, the pov s, the perspectives in this story felt as if they were diametrically opposed I couldn t reconcile the shifts between Eric and Collin aka Sweetness I read YA, New Adult and mature works and I enjoy them all so my problem, as will be stated, has nothing to do at all with the fact that the setting for this book was on a college campus My problem is that the writer tries to write two different books and pair them up Age differences can be tricky to write, I well understand, but a perspective has to be chosen and fully utilised What I mean is that Eric is 36 and Collin is 21 The book opens...


  7. says:

    I really struggled to finish this one Finally had to put it down at about 70% so I figure I ve read enough to give a rating It starts off well with an anxious young student overwhelmed by accidents and sabotage in his frat house, and a burly gruff firefighter medic who turns up at one of the scenes The first sex scene is hot But after that the book falls apart I ve never seen such awful overuse of endearments Sweetness, Sweetie, Sweet Thang, Sweet Boy, etc, etc, etc It never lets up and i I really struggled to finish this one Finally had to put it down at about 70% so I figure I ve read enough to give a rating It starts off well with an anxious young student overwhelmed by accidents and sabotage in his frat house, and a burly gruff firefighter medic who turns up at one of the scenes ...


  8. says:

    Review posted at The Armchair Reader.Well, Anne, you ve made me do it again Every time I pick up one of your long awaited books I find myself evenin love than before I think this time around I really fell in love with this book, simply because it had so many different qualities to love and pinged on so many different emotions from so many different characters And, it was touching Anne takes us satisfactorily deep into Collin and then allows us to experience the moments of clarity and Review posted at The Armchair Reader.Well, Anne, you ve made me do it again Every time I pick up one of your long awaited books I find myself evenin love than before I think this time around I really fell in love with this book, simply because it had so many different qualities to love and pinged on so many different emotions from so many different chara...


  9. says:

    If I have learned something with this book is that a good fire cures everything Eric kind of reminded me of Gus Portokalos with the Windex lolYour frat buddies are pestering you let me light you a fire B...


  10. says:

    Instantly forgettable The characters had little depth or substance and chemistry was nowhere to be found This might have worked better as a novella or short I reckon this series has reached its sell by date Time to graduate, boys


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