Dumb Jock

Dumb Jock

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Dumb Jock is a gay romance novel by Jeff Erno. It tells the story of Jeff, small and shy and studious,  as he is coerced to tutor Brett, the star quarterback. It is the first book in the Dumb Jock series. 

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  • Pablo Rodríguez
    Written on April 20, 2018
    "A gay romance novel called Dumb Jock is written by Jeff Erno. Jeff is shy and a nerd and he's supposed to tutor Brett, the popular football quarterback."
  • Ethan Valdez
    Written on April 17, 2018
    "This is a great example of a male to male romance book. It has two characters that first appear different from each other but soon realize they share a love for one another through bonding."
  • Peter Rose
    Written on May 12, 2018
    "Maybe I would have found this to be a bit more interesting if the characters were college aged, but as it is I generally don't want to read about the relationships of 14 year olds. I also found the characters to lack depth overall on top of this."
  • Alice Walker
    Written on April 22, 2018
    "This book is perfect if you are looking for a book of this nature. I think it has a great story line. You can be the shy person afraid to come out about your sexual orientation or the popular football player who is afraid to let others know who he really is. I think there will be some that can really relate to this story and help them get through their teen years. "
  • Christine Ross
    Written on March 9, 2018
    "I don't think enough detail is given in this review. It does give a brief understanding of the novel, but I would like to get a better feel of the characters."
  • Sandra Cole
    Written on April 26, 2018
    "I'm not a fan of the title or the playing into stereotypes that it does. This book is probably a little too cliche for students in college but would be perfect for high schoolers."
  • Crystal Williamson
    Written on April 14, 2018
    "the series of book A bit of a social outcast, he lives quietly in the shadows of the popular kids at his school, his life ruled by his ever-present fear of rejection or failure. The cover picture depicted the feeling and emotions."
  • Judith Bryant
    Written on April 28, 2018
    "I wasn't a fan of this book. It's pretty much the same old YA storyline, but with gay protagonists. The book was far too superficial for my taste, but others might enjoy it."
  • David Ortiz
    Written on April 20, 2018
    "Dumb Jock was absolutely wonderful book. This hits everything that I was feeling when I was in High School. Growing up in a small southern town. I could relate to the main character a lot. At sometimes it did feel like I was getting lost in the story and had no idea what was going on. But It all seemed to come together. This is a great read and wish I had it in high school to read. Can't wait to read some more in this series."
  • Judy Reyes
    Written on April 22, 2018
    "Good gay novel that is well written. The storyline is interesting and the characters are well developed. "
  • Antonio Contreras
    Written on April 23, 2018
    "I am not sure it involves role playing, but it seems like it fits everything else"
  • Juan Santos
    Written on April 16, 2018
    "This novel is only for Gay people. "
  • Ruth Wilson
    Written on April 8, 2018
    "Dumb Jock is the first in a series by Jeff Erno. This is a gay romance novel series that is gaining popularity. It is worth a read. "
  • Abhinav Mehra
    Written on April 16, 2018
    "I liked this novella about the sexual awakening of a teenage geek through tutoring the 'jock' in the title. This isn't so much a sexy story as one of becoming the person you really are and being true to that. the geek with no power or strength shows integrity and self-belief in a heart-warming tale. But it's not a sexy book. And while there is a power dynamic in the main relationship. There isn't BDSM"
  • Craig Barnes
    Written on April 13, 2018
    "Ugh. Author Jeff Erno had the best of intentions here, but everyone in this book is a stereotype of the worst kind. It's actually kind of offensive. I wish Erno had spent more time with gays (or even straight athletes) to write it more realistically."
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