Two Dumb Jocks Rejected by his family for coming out Bryan Helverson boards a plane for Tampa Florida where he plans to attend college Brett and Jeff s family embrace him when he arrives and his new brothers Ad

  • Title: Two Dumb Jocks
  • Author: Jeff Erno
  • ISBN: 9781627989688
  • Page: 389
  • Format: ebook
  • Rejected by his family for coming out, Bryan Helverson boards a plane for Tampa, Florida, where he plans to attend college Brett and Jeff s family embrace him when he arrives, and his new brothers, Adam and Trevor, help him assimilate into the community While playing tennis with Trevor at the country club, Bryan meets aspiring pro tennis player Greg Lewis But after aRejected by his family for coming out, Bryan Helverson boards a plane for Tampa, Florida, where he plans to attend college Brett and Jeff s family embrace him when he arrives, and his new brothers, Adam and Trevor, help him assimilate into the community While playing tennis with Trevor at the country club, Bryan meets aspiring pro tennis player Greg Lewis But after a few minutes it s easy to see the arrogant jock is not on Bryan s menu, and he quickly dismisses the man Forgetting he ever met Greg is not an option, though, when Bryan is hired as a waiter at the country club s restaurant, and Greg is assigned to train him Unexpected romance blossoms just as Bryan discovers one of Greg s ex boyfriends also works at the restaurant Greg is not the person Bryan first took him for, though His true ambition is to become a doctor And as their romance grows serious, Bryan discovers Greg s mom suffers from the same debilitating depression that plagues Bryan Unfortunately, just as Bryan is making giant strides with managing his depression, Greg s ex as manipulative as he is abusive takes a battered Bryan back to point A and threatens to destroy his relationship with Greg.

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    1. Also check out my review on Greedy Bug Book Reviews.Two Dumb Jocks is the fifth book in the Dumb Jock series. A series that I happen to love to pieces. It’s one of the first m/m series’ and Dumb Jock, the first book, was the second m/m book I read.So I was really excited when I saw that this book was coming out, but I will admit to being nervous about the main character. I wasn’t a fan of him in the last book, but the blurb did sound really good. And it didn’t disappoint me really, but i [...]

    2. I loved this series, and it's wonderful to see all the characters also from the previews stories.The only reason that I didn't rated higher it's only about a personal preference and it's nothing to do with this sequel.(view spoiler)[ I'm not sure if I could have read this story knowing that it involves depression, kidnapping and rape, I try to stay away from that kind of plots (hide spoiler)].A little bit sad for me, however the ending was pretty nice.

    3. Jeff Erno's "Dumb Jocks" series gets a fitting addition here with the pairing of two young men, both jocks, and a terrific story. Bryan is outed in his hometown and discarded by hi family. Luckily, Brett and Jeff open their doors and hearts to him.You see, Bryan is suffering from severe depression. After a thwarted suicide attempt, Bryan shows all of the classis symptoms of this disorder. Depression afflicts millions of people, many LGBT teens. Jeff, in his unmistakable style, gives this problem [...]

    4. I give this story 4 stars for how the author dealt with the topic of depression. I have a relative who struggles with it and the topic was handled very well. But the whole assault scene and fallout, I give only 2 stars. The characters of the attackers did not lead me to believe they would do what they did. Also, the recovery of Bryan was too swift for me. And frankly, I wanted to see those men pay. Literally pay. And Greg's undercover mission didn't seem believable to me. It was a risk that I co [...]

    5. This is the fifth and final book in a series that really should be read in order. Bryan Helverson suffers from a severe form of depression that is only compounded by his parents ostracizing him because he is gay. On his road to self discovery he made a few mistakes along the way (hence, why you have to read the series in order) but he’s gotten away from his religious fanatic parents, and hopes to build in new life in Tampa with the help of Brett and Jeff (and you’ll know who Brett and Jeff a [...]

    6. 2.5 StarsTwo Dumb Jocks is written from the point of view of Bryan, a freshman at The University of Tampa. He’s been rejected by his biological parents, who couldn’t accept his sexuality, and is ‘adopted’ by two gay men, Brett and Jeff. Bryan is inserted into an immediate family–his friend Trevor, and Trevor’s boyfriend Adam, also living in the house (Adam is Brett and Jeff’s actual son). Suffering from depression, Bryan sees a therapist, Hank, though is resistant to the sessions a [...]

    7. Not quite there. I like this series, all of the books I have read (except the first and Dumb Jock, the Musical, which I have yet to read ) have been highly enjoyable and nice coming of age/terms and coming out stories. This one, however, not so much.The premise is pretty thin - Bryan, the main character of this particular story, is dealing with his parents' rejection, starting a new life in Florida away from Michigan, starting college and finding a new boyfriend, as well as dealing with the his [...]

    8. Perfect Set-Up For Series FinalePicking up from where Dumb Jocks--The Musical left off, this one follows Bryan, best friend of Evan from the previous book, who has been basically banished by his family in Boyne City, Michigan, to the Tampa home of Jeff and Brett, who began the whole Dumb Jocks series in the 1980s. There he interacts with most of the characters from the other books.This is a psychological study of Bryan for the most part, even though it gets more heavily into his relationship wit [...]

    9. I love all the Dumb Jock books by Jeff Erno, and this was no exception. In Two Dumb Jocks, we learn about Bryan, whom we first met in Dumb Jock the Musical. Having finally admitted who he is, Bryan is rejected by his family, and ends up living with Jeff and Brett, from the original Dumb Jock. Bryan faces many challenges - finding employment, depression, love, and thugs. In spite of Bryan's behavior in the previous book, I came to care about him a lot in Two Dumb Jocks. I was not surprised, as Je [...]

    10. The fifth in the series that is always satisfying for me.rations of male couples being normal human beings. This introduces us to a new character that "joins the family". Hard phycological issues dealt with exceptionally well.

    11. A worthy addition to the Dumb Jock series. Two jocks fall in love and have to come to terms with their feelings for each other. Combined with some trouble and even a rape, the story is very interesting.

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