The Geek and His Artist by Hope RyanThe Geek and His Artist by Hope Ryan

The Geek and His Artist

byHope Ryan

Paperback | June 4, 2015

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Simon Williams spends his lunch periods drawing his geek and trying not to think about the terrors waiting for him at home. He needs to get away from his abusive father before he suffers the same grisly fate as his mother. Because he's learned the hard way running away doesn't work, he's counting the days until his eighteenth birthday.

Jimmy Bennet should be spending his lunch studying so his senior GPA is good enough to get him into college, but he can't seem to focus thanks to his distracting artist. When he's given the opportunity to tutor Simon in Trig and discovers Simon's home-life nightmare, he wants nothing more than to get Simon out of danger. This need becomes more urgent when Simon comes to school the Monday after their first date with bruises, but it takes a broken leg before Jimmy can convince his boyfriend the Bennets really want him.

But the danger Simon thought was past shows up at the most unexpected time, and he must stand up to the fears he's held so long to protect not only himself, but the man he wants to spend his life with.

Title:The Geek and His ArtistFormat:PaperbackDimensions:320 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.67 inPublished:June 4, 2015Publisher:Dreamspinner PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1634760646

ISBN - 13:9781634760645

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Rated 1 out of 5 by from Over-the-top I persevered and finally finished this book, when all I really wanted to do is use it for kindling. I knew from the first "baby" that there would be no redemption for this book. I'm all for fluff, but this was just over-the-top ridiculous. It might not have been so painful to read if the author hadn't found the need to over explain/describe every single thing, making it needlessly long. Is the fact that the new SUV they bought was a mocha brown Nissan at all relevant that it needs it's one paragraph to describe it? I'm sure some people loved this book; I find myself at odds with that thought, as reading this book will forever turn me off attempting to read anymore works by the author.
Date published: 2017-01-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Over-the-top I persevered and finally finished this book, when all I really wanted to do is use it for kindling. I knew from the first "baby" that there would be no redemption for this book. I'm all for fluff, but this was just over-the-top ridiculous. It might not have been so painful to read if the author hadn't found the need to over explain/describe every single thing, making it needlessly long. Is the fact that the new SUV they bought was a mocha brown Nissan at all relevant that it needs it's one paragraph to describe it? I'm sure some people loved this book; I find myself at odds with that thought, as reading this book will forever turn me off attempting to read anymore works by the author.
Date published: 2017-01-25