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Bloomington Boys: Tim Tim was the quarterback of his high school team, but now he faces a larger challenge He s eager to follow in the footsteps of his brother and play football for Indiana University, but can he even get off the bench Before the season begins Tim makes a terrible mistake that threatens his reputation, his relationship with his boyfriend, and even his ability to play on the team Tim s first year at IU could be his last, but he is determined to succeed


About the Author: Mark A. Roeder

Mark A Roeder grew up in southern Indiana near a small town similar to those that appear in his novels.



10 thoughts on “Bloomington Boys: Tim

  1. says:

    Nope..not even going to consider liking how Mark Roeder has developed Tim s character I struggled to even complete this novella And anybody that knows me knows I love and have read all 30 plus books in this series Tim s character has always been the hero that always looked out for others He had a never ending, lustful, almost too sickeningly sweet, never seeing one without the other, relationship with his boyfriend, Dane.In this novella Mark Roeder gives new meaning to horn dog because T Nope..not even going to consider liking how Mark Roeder has developed Tim s character I struggled to even complete this novella And anybody that knows me knows I love and have read all 30 plus books in this series Tim s character has always been the hero that always looked out for others He had a never ending, lustful, almost too sickeningly sweet, never seeing one without the other, relationship with his boyfriend, Dane.In this novella Mark Roeder gives new meaning to horn dog because Tim is set lose to roam free To be used and taken advantage of sexually Whether Tim was capable of knowing he was or not I get the freshman experience and all, but I think Mark Roeder pushed the boundaries on this one.Maybe aappropriate title should have been Tim And His Penis The book did start to redeem itself about halfway through making it bearable to finish But no HEA or not even really a HFN.In all honesty , I thought this book was going to end up like Altered Realities my least favorite book in the series , some crazy dream we would wake up from But I never did.So as a loyal,..and I mean super, loyal fan and follower of the series did I mention I ve read all 30 plus books , I m disappointed I can t give my usual five star recommendation Sadly, three stars just because I love the series and Mark Roeder s excellent writing style.But if you ve never read any of Mark Roeders books don t let my review of this one stop you The series is exceptional I absolutely love my Bloomimgton Boys and would gladly sit at the homo table Sorry Mark


  2. says:

    There is a Japanese saying to the effect that A man away from his village knows no shame Others obviously disagree Being in my 60s, with 30 years spent teaching undergraduates, I can say that I ve seen it happen as good boys and a few girls go hog wild when away from home for the first time Some come to their senses with regret and remorse Others not Human nature is unpredictable Five stars for realism.


  3. says:

    Yet another in the continuing saga of the Verona gang as they go off to college in Bloomington Tim has always been one of thesexually uninhibited characters and his behavior here is not surprising.I know that these tales are set before most people were aware of safer sex practices but I do wish that safer sex was stressed a bit , perhaps in an author s note Also, as a graduate of a big ten school myself I was surprised that IU triumphed so easily over the Wolverines and had trouble w Yet another in the continuing saga of the Verona gang as they go off to college in Bloomington Tim has always been one of thesexually uninhibited characters and his behavior here is not surprising.I know that these tales are set before most people were aware of safer sex practices but I do wish that safer sex was stressed a bit , perhaps in an author s note Also, as a graduate of a big ten school myself I was surprised that IU triumphed so easily over the Wolverines and had trouble with the Terrapins Also the pre game activities of Tim on the day of his second game seemed a bit off The Spartan football players that I knew spent Saturday mornings under the strict supervision of coaches, sharing a communal breakfast and then other pre game activities Walking in during a tail gate party wasn t something they d have been allowed to do


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