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Book Review: Good Boy (Theta Alpha Gamma #4) by Anne Tenino
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Book Review: Good Boy (Theta Alpha Gamma #4) by Anne Tenino

by davincikittieOctober 7, 2013

Good Boy (Theta Alpha Gamma, #4)Good Boy by Anne Tenino

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The events of Good Boy take place during the timeline of Sweet Young Thang and Love Actually, and it’s a pretty quick read. Brad and Sebastian have been going through a rocky patch in their unique relationship ever since Sebastian started concentrating on his thesis work, and Brad is feeling neglected and uncared for.

This novella is all about further exploring and building the D/s relationship they started in Frat Boy & Toppy, the first book in the Theta Alpha Gamma series. I love these guys and their unexpected Dom/sub dynamic (the jock gives all the power to the academic) and Good Boy was a great filler piece to document their changing and growing relationship. You need to read the other books in the series first or risk a few small spoilers (and confusion on the history of a few of the guys). Good Boy is written in signature Anne Tenino style and doesn’t disappoint!

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Sue "DaVinciKittie" Brown-Moore is a veteran romance blogger and reviewer and the primary voice for GraveTells.com. Sue has been shamelessly pimping book boyfriends since 2010 and has won several blogging awards with GraveTells. Sue is also a freelance Developmental Editor passionate about helping authors bring out the best in their stories. She loves reading romance, fantasy, and sci-fi and edits any genre she reads for pleasure. You can follow Sue's editing blog, with tips and tricks for authors, at DaVinciKittie.com.
2 Comments
  • October 9, 2013 at 5:32 am

    I liked this one, but I couldn’t help being mad at Sebastian and more than a little worried about them as a couple. I hope we get more about them in the last book in the series.

    • October 9, 2013 at 10:48 am

      Totally know what you mean. Sebastian was really selfish at the start of the book, but I felt he turned it around once he realized what he was about to lose. I like this couple a lot – their dynamic is unique – and am also looking forward to seeing more about them in the final TAG book (which is in the works now, I believe!).

      Thanks so much for commenting, Shirley!

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