Tackling The Issue Garrett O Mahony would like to be your friend on Facebook One of the best rugby players Ireland has seen in years a guy I happened to live with nearly a decade ago But we were than just roommates we

  • Title: Tackling The Issue
  • Author: Ken Mooney K.D. Westin
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 103
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Garrett O Mahony would like to be your friend on Facebook One of the best rugby players Ireland has seen in years, a guy I happened to live with nearly a decade ago But we were than just roommates, weren t we Garrett Back then, Garrett was just another Irish guy pretending like he wasn t gay back then, it was obvious that Garrett was just pretending.I ve changed s Garrett O Mahony would like to be your friend on Facebook One of the best rugby players Ireland has seen in years, a guy I happened to live with nearly a decade ago But we were than just roommates, weren t we Garrett Back then, Garrett was just another Irish guy pretending like he wasn t gay back then, it was obvious that Garrett was just pretending.I ve changed since then Ireland has changed since then Has Garrett changed since then too I guess there s only one way to find out Tackling The Issue is inspired by gay pornography, cinematography and magazines, especially those of the 90s and 00s Part erotica and part M M romance,the fictional novella features explicit gay sex, and also touches on the psychology, expectations and internalised homophobia of the LGBTQ community in Ireland, especially in the aftermath of the marriage referendum of 2015.

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    1. I work with the public. If you are out there with me, working with the public, you are well aware that the world has its fair share of assholes. When I open my kindle I want to escape. I yearn to shut out the crabby, grumpy, angry people. I don’t want to read about them. Unless by chance this asshole redeems themselves…well, that’s a different story altogether. But if the angry jerk is still an angry jerk at the end? I’m probably not going to be a happy camper.Darren is a bitchy, whiny, [...]

    2. (Originally reviewed for Love Bytes Reviews with a copy provided by the author / publisher for an honest review. Rated 4.5 out of 5.0 Love Bytes)Those of you who follow my posts know that I’m not usually one to read those six pack abs…perfect twenty somethings…books where everything is sweetness and light and everyone always has a HEA.Well, once again I’m proving my point. I was intrigued when I read the blurb for Tackling the Issue. I’ve had a fondness for rugby since I attempted to p [...]

    3. I really wanted to like this novel, but Darren's inner monologue was driving me crazy. It only had 2 settings perving on Garrett and being an ass. I think it was meant to be funny or wittyThe idea for the novel was great though not original. But really I love professional sportman. What bothered me also was the title, "tight end" is a football position, "tight head prop" is rugby. Also I have read other novels with Irish characters and love how those authors bring the dialect out in their work. [...]

    4. A Joyfully Jay review. 3.75 starsThis is a novella, set in Dublin, Ireland. I really wanted to know more about the city and country, but that wasn’t really the experience I got. Instead, the book is really focused on Darren’s mindset, his fears, and expectations. His history with Garrett is related via flashbacks, while his frustration with the lingering homophobia within Irish society is in real time. Darren often comes off sounding bitter, and I was engaged in his beliefs that passing a re [...]

    5. Eh Not sure it deserves more than that. Huge lead up to some long overdue sex. Maybe friends to lovers, but they weren't really friends to start with. The worst part, the story is set in Ireland, but written in American English with nary an accent to behold. Totally hate that.

    6. I really want these guys to work things out. Check out Dan's review, it sums things up much better than I can /review/show

    7. 2.5 stars. It started out promising, but really didn't deliver. Darren is a university student looking for a cheap place to stay when he finds a nicely situated apartment with a hot rugby-playing roommate, Garrett. Though they are different in personality and lifestyle, they develop a tentative friendship. Then there's an incident that severs that bond with bitter feelings, especially on Darren's side. Years later, Garrett contacts Darren via Facebook. My issues with the book include that I just [...]

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