PDF/EPUB Jumping the Fence (OC Pride)


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  1. says: PDF/EPUB Jumping the Fence (OC Pride) Free download Ö PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB å Stephanie Vaughan

    PDF/EPUB Jumping the Fence (OC Pride) i hate writing bad reviews and i actually feel badly giving this book only one star bc it wasnt horrible but it was bad enough 'jumping the fence' was oddly disjointed with haphazard flashes of the past that had nothing to do with th

  2. says: review Jumping the Fence (OC Pride) Stephanie Vaughan å 6 Free read PDF/EPUB Jumping the Fence (OC Pride)

    PDF/EPUB Jumping the Fence (OC Pride) So I started this book and while I didn't exactly dislike it it didn't really engage me either So I was a little less than halfway an

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    review Jumping the Fence (OC Pride) Free download Ö PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB å Stephanie Vaughan Stephanie Vaughan å 6 Free read Crossing the Lines by Stephanie Vaughan was my first real MM romance Maybe two years ago I read Menage by Emma Holly that has a MM relationship in it but one of the guys in the end falls in love for a woman and left the guy It's a

  4. says: review Jumping the Fence (OC Pride) Stephanie Vaughan å 6 Free read Free download Ö PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB å Stephanie Vaughan

    PDF/EPUB Jumping the Fence (OC Pride) Nothing too original but realistic entertaining charactersWarning This review might contain what some people consider SPOILERS Rating 710PROS Kevin’s internal thoughts that give voice to the struggles with admitting he’s gay are well thought out especially given that they were written by a woman Most of the dialogue is

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    review Jumping the Fence (OC Pride) Stephanie Vaughan å 6 Free read Free download Ö PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB å Stephanie Vaughan 25 starsI like it because that story was nice and kinda sweet As I mentioned once or twice or even P I like gay for you storyline but

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    PDF/EPUB Jumping the Fence (OC Pride) DNF at 40%This book was given to me in a challenge and usually I try to finish them especially since this one is not so big But the thing is the

  7. says: review Jumping the Fence (OC Pride) Stephanie Vaughan å 6 Free read PDF/EPUB Jumping the Fence (OC Pride)

    PDF/EPUB Jumping the Fence (OC Pride) What an odd book There was a really awkward writing style swapping first person narratives without warning and these odd little internal dialogues to really make you work for understanding Because I spent a lot of time trying to work

  8. says: PDF/EPUB Jumping the Fence (OC Pride) Stephanie Vaughan å 6 Free read review Jumping the Fence (OC Pride)

    PDF/EPUB Jumping the Fence (OC Pride) This was a nice story about Kevin a supposedly straight guy who begins having fantasies about his co worker Ben When the fantasies have a chance to become reality Kevin takes the chance and finds he enjoys sex with a man Ben is out and proud gay but Kevin keeps regressing into the closet and is unable to make a commitment Some angst over whether or not Kevin can finally accept who he is and have a real relationship with Ben is about the onl

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    PDF/EPUB Jumping the Fence (OC Pride) sweet very sweet gay for you story writing was ok although the characters were a bit flat

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    PDF/EPUB Jumping the Fence (OC Pride) Free download Ö PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB å Stephanie Vaughan Stephanie Vaughan å 6 Free read One of my first GFY readslike cotton candy Who doesn't love cotton candy? Maybe you can't live on it but its good to sneak it every once and a while

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  • Paperback
  • 200
  • Jumping the Fence (OC Pride)
  • Stephanie Vaughan
  • English
  • 03 January 2020
  • 9781603703857

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Free read Jumping the Fence (OC Pride) ô PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Stephanie Vaughan å 6 Free read Free download Ö PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB å Stephanie Vaughan Er than any reality with his ladies When Ben the IT guy starts flirting with him Kevin isn't sure what to think He knows Ben is gay knows Ben is experienced in the things he only think. DNF at 40%This book was given to me in a challenge and usually I try to finish them especially since this one is not so big But the thing is the further I read the I dislike it so I d rather stop now and DNF without a rating than finish it give it one star and a scathing reviewI found the narrative very disjointed and plagued with logical inconsistencies that bug me to no end Further both characters were really unlikeable and neithter of them seemed to have much of a personality While everyone else especially women were viewed with disdain which didn t make me enad with the book either

Free download Ö PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB å Stephanie Vaughan

Jumping the Fence (OC Pride)

Free read Jumping the Fence (OC Pride) ô PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Stephanie Vaughan å 6 Free read Free download Ö PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB å Stephanie Vaughan Kevin isn't into guys at all He's had a string of girlfriends done all of the usual things a straight man is supposed to do so why is he dreaming about guys And why are his dreams bett. i hate writing bad reviews and i actually feel badly giving this book only one star bc it wasnt horrible but it was bad enough jumping the fence was oddly disjointed with haphazard flashes of the past that had nothing to do with the plot my main grievances are as follows I still don t understand the single appearancemention of ben s old lover who was apparently still hung up on him despite the author taking pains to jam home the hurt in his eyes that ben didn t understand then there was a page or so dedicated to another old lover who ben was absurdly in love within awe of who again was mentioned just that once even by the end of the book i couldn t figure out why the author bothered with these two peripheral characters they gave absolutely nothing to the story other than adding to my confusion Not to mention the dozens of references to ben s penchant for attracting bi curious guys getting burned for it That wasn t explained either Why bother writing about it the book was rife with massively overplayed clich s like how all women are whiney demanding bitches this is apparently why kevin begins being attracted to ben as a man he must be less trouble to hang out with than women Also included the stereotype that states when two men are engaged in ahem intimate moments there s never any second guessing about what the other want Because they re both guys each automatically just knows what to do to please the other immediately both main characters were fairly unlikable mainly bc the reader knows next to nothing about them they re almost entirely one dimensional kevin was annoying with his whole i m definitely not gay i just want to suck guys off although ben was pretty much a complete prick so i guess they kind of fit other than those two bits about them i couldn t tell you a damn thing about either fine that s not entirely accurate ben liked jazz kevin spoke spanish and about through we figure out that he s pretty family oriented Further they didn t seem to have any real interest in one another other than occasionally admitting a physical attraction Then suddenly it s true love for the both of them With minimal conversation andor physical interaction Still not uite certain how that could make any sense even in happy half assed fiction land there were some really peculiar phrases that threw me off and disrupted the story Namely mentioning kevin s native environment I think the author meant mexico despite him not being born in mexico but whatever which made me think of him as an iguana or baboon some animal that you d see on a nature program at any rate and can somebody PLEASE explain how the hell you tuck one hand under your armpit and the other across your chest isn t that just crossing your arms or are both hands tucked under the same armpit Because that s just awkward i do realize that this is really not an important line but i stalled out trying to picture that position for a while in fact i think that s what i remember most about the book after this book i have absolutely zero interest in trying any of ms vaughan s other books

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Free read Jumping the Fence (OC Pride) ô PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Stephanie Vaughan å 6 Free read Free download Ö PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB å Stephanie Vaughan S about when no one is watching When a computer problem turns into a steamy encounter Kevin tries to go back to being totally straight Can Ben convince him that dreams can become reali. What an odd book There was a really awkward writing style swapping first person narratives without warning and these odd little internal dialogues to really make you work for understanding Because I spent a lot of time trying to work out who was sayingfeelingthinking what I found it incredibly difficult to engage with the characters I also found that I was held at arms length from the characters by the author which didn t help make things any easier Not great nothing special maybe worth reading once