Get What You Need #2020

Get What You Need Jeanette Grey Get What You Need Love isn t rocket science It s much much harder Greg London isn t afraid of hard work It s determination and elbow grease that have helped him rise from his blue collar beginnings to life as a Ph D c

  • Title: Get What You Need
  • Author: Jeanette Grey
  • ISBN: 9780998530123
  • Page: 430
  • Format: ebook
  • Get What You Need Jeanette Grey Love isn t rocket science It s much, much harder Greg London isn t afraid of hard work It s determination and elbow grease that have helped him rise from his blue collar beginnings to life as a Ph.D candidate at a prestigious university, after all Sure, his single mindedness doesn t leave a lot of room for a personal life, but that s the price of success in his field.Love isn t rocket science It s much, much harder Greg London isn t afraid of hard work It s determination and elbow grease that have helped him rise from his blue collar beginnings to life as a Ph.D candidate at a prestigious university, after all Sure, his single mindedness doesn t leave a lot of room for a personal life, but that s the price of success in his field Besides, it s not like the boring nerd ever ends up with the hot guy he s lusting after anyway.Then the gorgeous jock next door propositions him for a night of no strings sex, and his focus goes right out the window To all appearances, Marshall Sulkowski has everything looks, charm and grace But little does anyone know, his baseball scholarship has left him floundering at a university that should have been way out of his reach, and after his recent outing as bisexual, his dad cut him off While Marsh s charm may have gotten him into his brilliant housemate s pants, it won t be enough to win him Greg s heart Greg and Marsh s red hot affair helps each of them get a little bit of what they need to stay afloat But as the end of the semester approaches and the pressure rises, what they need starts to shift They ll each have to push past their own insecurities to ask for what they really want love, and someone who accepts them for exactly who they are.
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    1. 3.5 starsIf miscommunication were an art form, these boys would win awards This book was really sexy with lots of sucking and licking and talkin dirty And I love that The writing was strong, with no editing issues in sight Love that too But the trajectory of the story felt off to me The MCs, Greg and Marsh, get it on in chapter one and then proceed to dance around each other for the rest of the story Greg and Marsh are college students and roommates, and share a house with a couple other guys Gr [...]

    2. Este libro me tiene un poco confusa a la hora de valorarlo, la historia me ha gustado, los personajes tambi n, pero me ha costado varios d as terminarlo Greg estudia ingeniero y se cree muy poco interesante, t pico nerd, Marsh es deportista y se cree muy poco listo, t pico deportista Y a partir de aqu una historia muy poco original, pero con unos puntos de emoci n que la hacen bonita, y que la inseguridad de los protagonistas y sus momentos juntos, hacen tierna El problema est en que el cuerpo c [...]

    3. Believe it or not, I am an emotional reader I am also a long time reader of romance and thank my hopeless romantic heart that I can fall in love with a wonderful story This was a wonderful story Greg London has worked hard to be where he is, currently in grad school going for his PhD and living in a house full of like minded geeks Greg studies hard, he works hard and he crushes hard on his hot, athletic, non geek roommate downstairs that he thinks he doesn t have a shot with But while Greg is st [...]

    4. 3.5I loved these two boys, but the communication issues were killing me as I read their story I couldn t even enjoy the good stuff because they were being such idiots Finally, they started to talk Kind of Tip toeing around each other, giving hints, but trying to communicate A little.Their conversations were awkward, both trying not to say something that would reveal their feelings It was hard to see relationship development when they never really talked and only had a few moments where tender fe [...]

    5. Somewhere between a 3.5 and a 4, but definitely closer to a 4, and it s 1 AM, so I m just going to round up Deep inside, he burned He knew where he could get at least a bit of what he wanted, and if it wasn t real and wasn t all of it, well You took what you could get sometimes And when your ass hit the curb, after, at least you got to remember it.Greg London is as smart as they come He s got big aspirations, and he s not simply a graduate engineer student for nothing But it s taken time and ded [...]

    6. These guys never talked to each other There was no foundation Honestly, based on the words on the page and the inner dialogue I know they never talked They were both so insecure when they were together but confident when they weren t They were quite the definition of boys being stupid They fall in love anyway and I was really happy about that I wanted it and kept reading because I kinda needed it Funny how what normally would make me insane crazy can be written in a way that honest to God worked [...]

    7. 4.5 starsWow, what a surprise I wasn t expecting too much going into this but boy was I in for a treat The plot here isn t complicated There s Greg A bit on the geeky side, totally focused on his PhD and his teaching duties, glued to his computer, with a pretty much non existent social life, except for the brief interactions he has with his housemates Then there s Marsh Undegraduate history major and a baseball player All American good looks Insecure but acting cool Popular But so freaking lonel [...]

    8. SoWe have Marsh and Greg both are college students The first 2 3 of this book is really slow with misunderstandings that could of been avoided if they had just talked to each other They made a lot of assumptions and they did not seem to click as a couple until the last few chapters WHEN THEY STARTED TALKING Go figureh

    9. What to even say about Marshall Sulkowski Carrying the weight of a family that doesn t believe in him and the certainty that he isn t worth anything good, yet to the public, he s charming, athletic, popular and funny After a family incident over the summer, Marsh is no longer able to afford the apartment he had planned on getting with his teammates and he is very lucky when the Geek Squad advertises for a roommate Marsh, well, he feels out of his element here these guys are SMART In particular, [...]

    10. The miscommunication and using sex as a pacifier got really old, really fast I wanted to reach into the pages of the book and strangle these two If the sex and dirty talk hadn t been so well written, I m not sure I would have made it through The book was well written, but the constant angst really went on for way too long.

    11. Opens with sex any significant amount of characterision.Miscommunication and misunderstanding tropea whole plot hinged on not actually talking.Not for me 15%

    12. There is a slight chance that Marshall Sulkowski is going to be the death of Greg London Greg is sure of it what with Marsh s tendency to walk around their house all hot and jocky and just so damn lickable However, much to Greg s lament, it is much likely that grad school not the increase in salt intake from sweaty jock housemates will be the cause of his untimely demise All before he ever gets a chance lip, lick, or suck anything on Marsh s body And then a very unlikely thing happens Marsh sho [...]

    13. 3.5 starsYes, this is one of those books Where all the conflict stems from a complete lack of communication Each boy thinks the other only wants sex, couldn t possibly be interested in because they re not good enough They both have serious insecurity.While the Big Misunderstanding is a very irritating trope, I think in this book, the Big Miscommunication actually made sense I could relate to these boys The fear of opening up, being vulnerable and getting rejected is very real And since both of [...]

    14. 4.75 stars I wouldn t give it 5 only because I was so stressed during the whole reading because of Greg s own stress, and because our boys didn t fucking talk Which only added to the overwhelming feeling of being stressed because Marsh is stressed because Greg s stressed and ldigldfjgdilfughjf What I liked most was Marsh being so emotional I mean, he s the jock, popular and confident, and when it comes to Greg he s anything but He falls in love first and I find him to be vulnerable than Greg Mo [...]

    15. More like 3.5 starsIt was an engaging story with likable MCs, but what totally got on my nerves was their inability to just talk to each other More than half of the book was either misunderstandings or hurtful remarks or their being afraid to want than just a casual fling The writing was good and I wouldn t mind to read about both, now that they finally started talking and the relationship progressed.

    16. Get What You Need apart from being a line from my favorite Stones song is a pretty typical opposites attract romance Both men think they aren t worthy of the other and that here is no way he could possibly want me Through some serious attraction, convincing on both parts and a lot of getting to know the person behind the stereotype, they find out that they were wrong about almost everything they initially thought about each other.Marshall Sulkowski finds himself in need of affordable housing at [...]

    17. Even though I had a status update about this, I feel the need to repeat the information that was in it there is a lot of sex in this book.And hey, in context, that works Marsh and Greg are both emotional idiots who want from each other but due to their own insecurities can t understand how the other would want anything from them than sex And since they re wildly attracted to each other, they do that A lot But for the first half of the book, or less, if they re in the same room, they re probab [...]

    18. A Joyfully Jay review.3.5 starsSo I liked the set up of this story I am a sucker for a good geek and jock story and I really liked how Grey sets up these two guys as seemingly so different but with a lot of similarities underneath Greg puts his all into everything he does He works nonstop, never feeling like he can do enough or give enough On top of his own work, Greg is always helping out others, the first one people come to when they need assistance But Greg is incapable of asking for help for [...]

    19. Jeanette Grey builds a sexy dirty romance between a jock and a geek that focuses on getting what you need opposed to what you think you want Miscommunication seems to be considered foreplay between these two men who cross the finish line without even knowing what they are competing for Crisp, clear writing, erotically charged scenes, and a viable storyline keeps the reader engaged but the unnecessary conflict and internal angst drags on for far too long Read the rest of review in the July issue [...]

    20. I wanted to like this story I honestly did The author had a good narrative voice, and their descriptions were really well done, but these characters The book s entire conflict seems to center around the two main characters never communicating with each other About anything The sex scenes were hot, the gay stereotypes I could forgive, but the constant emotional dance was too frustrating for me I found myself skimming pages and ended up deciding to just stop reading.

    21. Although i normally love nerd jock type books like this There were a couple of things that bothered me view spoiler I know Greg was scared of putting himself out there and getting hurt, but he kind of a dick to Marsh a couple of times As for Marsh, I don t like that he went to Yulia, an ex lover, for comfort when him and Greg were having problems He even crawled into bed and slept with her one night hide spoiler

    22. i liked it well enough, and the characters were realistic and all but i m giving it 2 stars just because the plot was entirely derived from not talking with each other

    23. Get What You Need apart from being a line from my favorite Stones song is a pretty typical opposites attract romance Both men think they aren t worthy of the other, and that here is no way he could possibly want me Through some serious attraction, convincing on both parts, and a lot of getting to know the person behind the stereotype, they find out that they were wrong about almost everything they initially thought about each other.Marshall Sulkowski finds himself in need of affordable housing a [...]

    24. Reviewer LucyGenre MM Contemporary4.75 HeartsSee Review Here Hearts On Fire ReviewsFacebook link facebook pages HeartsReview What to even say about Marshall Sulkowski Carrying the weight of a family that doesn t believe in him and the certainty that he isn t worth anything good, yet to the public, he s charming, athletic, popular and funny After a family incident over the summer, Marsh is no longer able to afford the apartment he had planned on getting with his teammates and he is very lucky whe [...]

    25. Greg London hat es weit gebracht Aus einer Arbeiterfamilie stammend hat er es geschafft zu studieren und ist inzwischen Doktorand Gleichzeitig muss er auch arbeiten um sein Leben zu finanzieren Und Greg kann seinen Freunden und Bekannten keinen Gefallen abschlagen Deswegen wird sein Leben immer stressiger und arbeitsreicher Das bringt ihn an den Rande des k rperlichen Zusammenbruchs Und dann gibt es da noch einen neuen Mitbewohner Marsh Der scheint so gar nicht in die WG von lauter Wissenschaftl [...]

    26. Charnel s review posted on Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews4 STARSReview copy provided for an honest reviewMarshall Sulkowski has no idea what an intelligent guy like Greg London could ever want with a barely passing his classes, dumb jock like him Marshall looks at Greg as if he hung the moon and the stars Marshall has low self esteem, family issues, no money and no plan for his future.Greg sees Marsh as the sexy, popular guy on campus Greg is so busy trying to play it cool and hide his nerdy self [...]

    27. What s sexy than two studly college students who decide to have sex in order to alleviate a little pressure in their lives, but end up finding love instead That s what I thought after passing up SJD Peterson s BAMF and a slew of other books I ve enjoyed reading this month In fact, I had so many choices that I m late writing this review which I ve started a number of times with different books.But Get What You Need by Jeanette Grey is the perfect mix of sex and sincerity PhD candidate Greg Londo [...]

    28. Full Review watch and word society 2014 07 book review get what you needml4.25Can I please give Marsh a hug I was attracted to this book because a I often love the MM Samhain puts out, and b I love me some nerds since I am a nerd I expected to read this and identify with the geeky ways of the nerdy MC, but Ms Grey crafted an even better character in Marsh A jock who doesn t believe in himself, and a young man alone in the world than Greg could even realize I loved the way this story flipped my [...]

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