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Frat Boy and Toppy: Theta Alpha Gamma #1 (Volume 1) Paperback – March 26, 2012
Four girls on a trip to Paris suddenly find themselves in a high-stakes game of Truth or Dare that spirals out of control. Learn More
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Top Customer Reviews
Brad has always tried to live up to the image of a playboy athlete since he doesn't want to disappointment those around him, but as he gets older he can't keep fighting his true desires any longer. Enter sexy and self-confident TA Sebastian who Brad can't keep his eyes off of and who becomes the catalyst for a major revelation and a new chapter in his life. Brad's extremely sweet with a nice bit of snarky thrown in to bring some wonderful humor to the story. He's struggled and been miserable for so long keeping up his facade and you could see how it weighed on him. He hated himself for using women and alcohol to ignore his real inclinations. As he started accepting the truth of himself and slowly let others know you could sense that weight lifting off him. He became even more light-hearted and more self-confident. Brad seemed so much younger at the start of his relationship with Sebastian but things felt more equal between them later on after he came out. He became a man at that point, not so obsessed over other's opinions.
Sebastian was a complicated character that had been hurt by love before and shied away from it now. He was sexy and caring and was the perfect person to be Brad's first since he understood the seriousness of what their being together would mean for Brad's life. But whereas I could see the evolution of Brad emotionally, I can't quite say the same for Sebastian.Read more ›
Sebastian is a geek TA in Brad's history class. Everyone know he is gay... Brad know it too... and it desperate in love with him.
Brad want to fall in love, and be in love. Sebastian don't... can they be a perfect couple in such different worlds? A professor assistance can (better say, want) deal with a in closet popular player?
Can Brad and Sebastian be a couple? Read to know... yeah I'm a teaser :D
***************IMO why this book deserve 5 stars******************
1) the humor. No, it's not a book that will make you smile... it will crack you up loud. Oh no kidding... I laugh so many times my husband was really worried I was taking more than just painkiller drugs :D It's funny guys and girls, and I'm not kidding! Brad and Sebastian will be the narrator and I must admit the funniest was Brad. He is young, confused and his voice is perfect! A young, confused and in love brat, that crack me up. And BTW by brat I don't want to say he is immature, he is just... so innocent and willing to learn! He want to be gay, he want a boyfriend, but he have no idea how to be/get it... so, yes it's hilarious follow Brad in his thoughts and behave.
2) the erotic content. Ok, let get straight to the point, there is a lot of gay sex in this book. Oh yes, and no, I'm not spoiling saying if Brad will have with Sebastian or not... because Sebastian is not the only gay in the campus... oh yes, always teaser :D BUT don't think Brad is a slut or anything like that...Read more ›
I call that false advertising.
I didn't even read the synopsis, I just jumped in, read the free preview, and laughed until my jaws ached. Naturally I had to get my hands on the rest of the story and when I did-I was sorely disappointed.
Yes, I fell in love with the easy going Brad and emotionally repressed Sebastian and I laughed at their mental commentary. This was one of the few times humour did translate well. Even the unbelievably positive reactions to Brad's coming out to his family and friends, didn't bother the cynic in me who looks to realism. I was charmed by this modern fairytale telling it's okay to be who you are, it's okay to be gay and no one should tell you otherwise. I didn't even miss a more intricate plot, because simple character based stories are lovely too.
What did bother me and what dropped this from a solid four star rating to three was the fact that the plot introduced in the free snippet dissipated into gratuitous erotica. The middle third of this book is nothing but sex. And when I say sex, I mean imaginative sex. Brad mindlessly wanders from one encounter to another and very little happens in between. The remaining plot threads, which could be called mere character development, are brought back for the last fifth of the book. That's when the humour returned and I started enjoying the book again.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Brad is a clueless jock. I don't say that as an insult, the guy is literally unawares that he is gay. It's not a closeted or not coming out due to fear thing. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Tams (TTC Books and more)
Story Rating: 4 of 5 Stars
Narration Rating: 3 of 5 Stars
Overall Rating: 3.5 of 5 Stars
For original review, please visit the Prism Book Alliance® blog online. Read more
I read far too many romances, mostly m/ m romances these days and because I am so busy reading I seldom want to take the time to jot down a review. Read morePublished 7 months ago by M. Johnson
*Book source ~ NetGalley
Brad Feller is a jock at college on an athletic scholarship. Ever since high school he’s been fooling himself and everyone else. Read more
The story line weaves an interesting tale of new love and coming out. Some drama, no angst, and no severe reactions. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Xanlthorpe
It took a morning meeting with a frat brother’s hairy, naked but for him to admit it, but he knows the truth about himself now. Let the gay life commence. It’s not that easy. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Angela
I was able to finish this one quickly. I received this book for free at RT in New Orleans, and I'm just getting to it now for whatever magical reason, but I'm glad I did. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Mandy Rosko
I've been putting off reading this book for a long time because I just cannot get over the complete and utter awfulness of the title. It should've been called just "Frat Boy". Read morePublished 23 months ago by Miannie