Complete order of J.A. Rock books in Publication Order and Chronological Order. Calling the Show, (), Hardcover Paperback Kindle. Another Man’s. Jayk Parker (Wacky Wednesday #2) Calling the Show Take the Long Way Home A Chance Anthology) By J.A. Rock & Lisa Henry The Naughty Boy (The K.J. Charles, Roan Parrish, J.A. Rock, Steve Berman, Kris Ripper, Avon Gale Lisa Henry, J.A. Rock · Calling the Show. J.A. Rock · Slave Hunt. J.A. Rock.
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Calling the Show by J. Senior stage manager Jesse Ferelit and sophomore light board operator Simeck Whedon shoq while crewing a college theater production.
Jesse hates everything about Sim, from his lack of theater experience, to his obsession with LGBTQ politics, to his infatuation with, of all things, Hula hoops. Well, he doesn’t hate everything. He doesn’t mind Sim’s eyes, or hair, or his sur Senior stage manager Jesse Ferelit and sophomore light board operator Simeck Whedon meet while crewing a college theater production.
He doesn’t mind Sim’s eyes, or hair, or his surprising ability to be callign in a crisis. But Jesse is graduating in just a few months, and if there’s one thing he does not have time for, it’s a relationship. Te knows exactly what he likes: And he knows what he likes about Jesse. In the control booth, Jesse is exactly Sim’s type—a natural leader, collected and confident.
But outside the booth, he seems reclusive, acerbic and uptight—hardly Sim’s type at all. Is a relationship with Jesse a real possibility, just a fantasy, or a hopelessly lost cause?
When Sim offers to teach Jesse how to hula hoop as a way to relax and loosen up, the lessons ease the two men into an unexpected shared world of sex, kink, sbow, and eventually love. North Carolina United States. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Calling the Showplease sign up. Where callng I get an e-copy? Does any other e-pub site Cary it? See 1 question about Calling the Show….
Lists with This Book. I think I’d call this book quirky! Jesse was so weirdly adorable, with his controlling ways. And he could be an callkng at times.
But he was always quick to make things right. He just wasn’t a people person. I loved the whole enemies to lovers thing between Jesse and Sims.
Their banter made me laugh And Sims hula hooping hobby. I’ll never look at a hula hoop the same again! This was a very easy read. Low drama hhe angst. Jesse and Sims were re I think I’d call this book quirky! Jesse and Sims were really quite adorable! View all 44 comments. Jul 07, Lisa Henry rated it really liked it Shelves: Aclling did I think of this book? I bought a hula hoop.
I couldn’t decide between the thf sparkly one or the blue sparkly one for ages. I went with the green. I also bought some Lego, but that’s got nothing to do with this book. I mostly got that to make my seven year old nephew jealous. A proper review will definitely follow Actually, instead of a review I’m going to issue a challenge: I dare j.a.gock to read this book and look at a hula hoop j.w.rock thinking rude things.
Rude, delicio What did I think of this book? JA Rock has done it again here. She’s played the same trick she played on me with Wacky Wednesday, where the narrative alternates between two characters, and I’m sure I won’t valling the second one as much as the first one, and then I do, and I can’t pick a favourite. Czlling loved Jesse’s snarky interior monologues, and his neuroses.
I loved how he was determined to dislike Sim from the very beginning, just for being Sim. And I loved how Sim was so confident and happy even if a lot of that was just for show.
Who was a top, who was a bottom, who was a Dom and who was a sub, and, ultimately, how pointless labels are as long as you’re both doing something that works for you. And if that’s duct tape and hula hoops, then go for it! View all 21 comments. Jul 24, Mandapanda rated it it was amazing Shelves: Even better the second time around.
Just brilliant characters and dialogue. I loved every word. Upping from 4 stars to 5. Jesse is an callint stage manager in his final year of college.
He’s j.s.rock a perfectionist clling a control-freak, which has only become worse since a nervous breakdown which he calls a stress-related loss of composure a few years earlier. His lighting operator gets sick and Simeck, a student from the alternative style New Hall program is the substitute. Sim is everything Jesse isn’t. Extroverted, confident, lacking clear goals in life, and unimpressed by Jesse’s outspoken bossiness.
The two men irritate each other from the beginning, but there is also a sort of fascination as each man is drawn to his total opposite. The book is written in alternating 3rd person POV one of my favourite styles in callign romance and follows Jesse and Sim’s lives over the last few months of Jesse’s final year at college.
The way they get together is totally organic and real.
It’s more from curiosity and hormones than any type of affection at first. It takes a while, getting to know each other, and then finding they have common ground in the type of sexual relationship they like, until finally you can see how perfect they are together. They both j.a.rock mistakes and say hurtful things along the way. I loved the way Jesse’s anxiety was treated and also Sim’s poor family background.
No unrealistic cures or magic penises here. I liked the secondary characters, especially Jesse’s mum and their theatre friends. The sex between Jesse and Simeck is really hot.
This is written perfectly. The author doesn’t use any of the annoying stereotypes of that subgenre and I think this makes it accessible and very sexy for all readers. Even though there’s a HEA and a satisfying epilogue, I still felt very tthe that these guys were a work in progress and that really suited the stage of life they were at. Forgot to mention that I loved the final paragraph.
Such an evocative image. View all 10 comments. Mar 12, Heather K dentist in my spare time rated it really liked it Shelves: Light and sweet, college boys exploring BDSM with snark This was my first solo read by J. It was hot and such a fun read. There is a ton of hoopla about the hula hoop callinng in this book get it? Logistically speaking, hula hoop sex sounds like a disaster. However, all of the sexual tension and college-aged sexcapades really got me going.
I love me a college boy! Though I didn’t find this main couple to be the strongest that I’ve read, I loved the humor in this book. It was really, really funny, which I honestly didn’t expect. I had so many pages and passages marked down to re-read later, and I was chuckling out loud to myself throughout the story.
Just a ja.rock great, easy read for those that are interested in light BDSM in a casual, college setting. Jul 24, Ami rated it really liked it Recommended to Ami by: