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Bloomington Boys: Dorian

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Dorian and his boyfriend Marc are beginning their life together as freshmen at Indiana University, but neither imagines the temptations they will face. IU is filled with gorgeous young men, but more dangerous are those who offer more than physical beauty. Dorian meets not one, but two boys he’d gladly date if he didn’t already belong to Marc. Marc meets Hunter, a hunky cyc Dorian and his boyfriend Marc are beginning their life together as freshmen at Indiana University, but neither imagines the temptations they will face. IU is filled with gorgeous young men, but more dangerous are those who offer more than physical beauty. Dorian meets not one, but two boys he’d gladly date if he didn’t already belong to Marc. Marc meets Hunter, a hunky cyclist who is his perfect match. As if overwhelming temptation wasn’t enough, the pair is faced with an old nemesis from back home. When one gay boy after another is found beaten, Dorian and Marc wonder if Devon is up to his old tricks.


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Dorian and his boyfriend Marc are beginning their life together as freshmen at Indiana University, but neither imagines the temptations they will face. IU is filled with gorgeous young men, but more dangerous are those who offer more than physical beauty. Dorian meets not one, but two boys he’d gladly date if he didn’t already belong to Marc. Marc meets Hunter, a hunky cyc Dorian and his boyfriend Marc are beginning their life together as freshmen at Indiana University, but neither imagines the temptations they will face. IU is filled with gorgeous young men, but more dangerous are those who offer more than physical beauty. Dorian meets not one, but two boys he’d gladly date if he didn’t already belong to Marc. Marc meets Hunter, a hunky cyclist who is his perfect match. As if overwhelming temptation wasn’t enough, the pair is faced with an old nemesis from back home. When one gay boy after another is found beaten, Dorian and Marc wonder if Devon is up to his old tricks.

45 review for Bloomington Boys: Dorian

  1. 5 out of 5

    Stephen

    Been reading a lot of Mark's books lately and for the most part enjoying spending time with the guys he writes about. However, there are some continual themes that should be less omnipresent. 1) We don't always need to know what everyone at the table is eating (and drinking). 2) Yes, we know that there are a LOT of pretty boys at IU but the way they are written it's almost as if they were the overwhelming majority. 3) Yes, having so many pretty boys around makes staying monogamous hard but the Been reading a lot of Mark's books lately and for the most part enjoying spending time with the guys he writes about. However, there are some continual themes that should be less omnipresent. 1) We don't always need to know what everyone at the table is eating (and drinking). 2) Yes, we know that there are a LOT of pretty boys at IU but the way they are written it's almost as if they were the overwhelming majority. 3) Yes, having so many pretty boys around makes staying monogamous hard but the temptations are not something that are as continuous as what's depicted here. I did expect some cheating in this book because the main couple aren't as devoted to each other as the other main main couples. I think it would have been more interesting to see them deal with the cheating and the aftermath, forgiving each other and transitioning from lovers to friends.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Martijn Hartman-maatman

    Again I allow myself to be fooled. Roeder has created a magical world where everyone is gay, or at least sympathetic. You can kiss, hold hands and do anything in public without anyone ever noticing. Every single guy is goodlooking, muscled and a stud, or a total nerd. There is no in between. And ofcourse every nerd gets a stud and they fall in love forever. I guess these novels are meant as some sort of sequel to the Verona novels, but to me they are getting worse with ever Again I allow myself to be fooled. Roeder has created a magical world where everyone is gay, or at least sympathetic. You can kiss, hold hands and do anything in public without anyone ever noticing. Every single guy is goodlooking, muscled and a stud, or a total nerd. There is no in between. And ofcourse every nerd gets a stud and they fall in love forever. I guess these novels are meant as some sort of sequel to the Verona novels, but to me they are getting worse with every book. I know this is fiction, but at least make it a bit believable. Just count how many times the word love is used in this book. Or a character gets totally lost in a fantasy about some guy, but ALWAYS decides to not do anything because they have a boyfriend and want to stay faithful. Sorry, but I just can't read this anymore.....

  3. 4 out of 5

    Alex Zask

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    M.A.K.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Tealeaf

  6. 5 out of 5

    Andrew

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    Michael Thompson

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    Ardis

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    Nigel Harris

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    Isaac Olsen

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    Ben Kerzer

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    Richard

  13. 5 out of 5

    Brendan Johnson

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    Nickey

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    Mike Oaks

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    Jason

  17. 5 out of 5

    Timothy

  18. 4 out of 5

    Bob S.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Der_lala

  20. 5 out of 5

    Alison Blake

  21. 4 out of 5

    Jason

  22. 5 out of 5

    Alonzo Simon

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    Simon Marsh

  24. 5 out of 5

    Amy Dufera

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    Warren Leek

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    Andrew

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    Dan

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    Joshua Wiles

  29. 4 out of 5

    Helle

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    Carl Webster

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    Ralph

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    Coty

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    Andre

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    ☆ Todd

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    Len Evans Jr

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    Jeff

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    Tj Courson

  39. 5 out of 5

    Bill Nugent

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    Bob Faulk

  41. 4 out of 5

    Hegla

  42. 5 out of 5

    The Celtic Rebel (Richard)

  43. 5 out of 5

    ronald wright

  44. 5 out of 5

    Marie

  45. 5 out of 5

    Kristin Wilson

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