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Canning the CenterA Novel In The Long Pass Chronicles Six Foot Seven Inch, 300 Pound Jamal Jones Loves Football, So When He Finds Out The Ultra Conservative Owner Of His New Pro Football Team Fired Their Current Center Because He S Gay, Bisexual Jamal Decides To Stay In The Closet And Hang With The Females Then, At A Small Drag Show, He Comes Face To Face With His Sexual Fantasy In The Form Of Trixie LaRue, A Drag Queen So Exquisitely Convincing She Scrambles Jamal S Hormones And His Resolve To Nurse His Straight Side Trevor Landry, Aka Trixie LaRue, Hides Than His Genitals A Mathematician So Brilliant He Can T Be Measured, Trevor Disguises His Astronomical IQ And His Quirk For Women S Clothes Behind His Act As A Gay Activist Undergrad At Southern California University To Trevor, Jamal Is The Answer To A Dream A Man Who Can Love And Accept Both His Personas When He Discovers Jamal S Future Is Threatened If He S Seen With A Guy, Trevor Becomes Trixie To Let Jamal Pass As Straight But Trevor Risks His Position Every Time He Puts On A Dress Is There A Closet Big Enough To Hold A Football Pro And A Drag Queen

Tara Lain never met a beautiful boy she didn t love at least on paper A writer of erotic romance, mostly m nage and male male, Tara loves all her characters, but especially her handsome heroes A lifelong writer of serious non fiction, Tara had the first novel she ever wrote accepted for publication in 2011 She s now on book 45 and counting After an exotic life of travel all over the world an

10 thoughts on “Canning the Center

  1. says:

    4 4.5 STARS Canning the Center is a lovely story about friendship and love, loyalty and honesty and accepting who you really are.We meet both main characters in the first book in the series, Jamal as Will s friend and Trevor as Trixie, the drag queen who was manipulated in ruining Will s future This is not a sequel, so you can read it as a standalone Jamal s dream was always to be a professional football player He s bisexual, but he knows not everyone will accept this like his family When he finds out one of his team mates was fired because he is gay, because the owner is a conservative prick, he decides to stay in the closet and fallow his dream, even if he knows this is not the smart decision Trevor Trixie has a shitty past With a father who rejected and never understood him, he suffered a lot His brother is worse, rejecting him and trying to intimidate him Both men told him since he was just a kid he s a freak, so he doesn t trust easily His mother was the only supportive figure, especially when it comes to his sexuality and his only friend, but not any, because she has Alzheimer Trevor succeeded on his own He was able to receive a full scholarship because he s a genius He plays many instruments and he studies mathematics, being even smarter than his professors Trevor became Trixie because he loves singing He performs as Trixie, a popular drag queen in a local bar, but nobody knows that becaus...

  2. says:

    Can authors PLEASE, for the love of maple bacon cupcakes stop naming their Black male characters Jamal, Leroy, Darquan or whatever ethnic sounding name in their limited vocabulary We DO have Black men named Steve, John, Robert, Michael and Kevin and some of them are actually FOOTBALL PLAYERS Really, it s okay to name a Black hero like you...

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    So much to say about this one I have to just start spewing things out before I forget I want to talk about the narration of the audiobook first because I think that that was key to my overall feeling rating for the book This was a very difficult book to narrate, both because of the range of voices required and how much they needed to differ in tone John Paul Barrel did a very nice job differentiating between voices In fact, I was really impressed how he managed to go from the super deep voice of six foot seven inch, 300 pound Jamal Jones to the higher register of Trixie LaRue This narrator tried soooo hard to get it right I want to really applaud him on his effort However, though his range of voices was really good, I didn t really like his cadence The narration was very choppy feelings with lots of pauses and hesitations It didn t sound like normal conversation, like someone trying to read a book, if that makes sense I like when my audiobooks sound fluid and less forced I think I would listen to this narrator again, if only to see if the way he narrated was due to the difficulty of this particular book or if that is his style In terms of content, I partly loved the story, partly hated it I love the theme of closeted jock and femme guy, so based on that alone I was biased toward...

  4. says:

    OMFG, what a lovely great story, I didn t read book one but it didn t mater at all, in my humble opinion this sequel stand alone.I don t know shit about American football, but it didn t mater that I din t know about the sport either, I ...

  5. says:

    4.25 AFREAKIN DORBLE Drag Queen Lov in Stars Jamal and Trevor Trixie together OMG, Loved This writer has a way with her flamboyant characters And I have a very BIG soft spot for cross dresser s for personal reasons So for me this book was a win win This writer IMO did Trevor good In this book, Trevor, was my flamboyant wonderfully written cross dresser And he was written to perfection Smart A mathematician FunnyTalentedbut, I wished view spoiler the writer used common up to d...

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    3,75 It was a entertaining read Sometimes I little chaotic It would had be nice if there were space between chapters It was somewhat confusing.Trevor Trixie a sweet and high math intelligent drag queen And there is Jamal so sweet and endearing giant with a poetic heart.When he sees Trixie performing it s BAM Jamal had made the decision to come out to his football team But then his teammate gets dismissed when he told the coach that he was gay Jamal decided not to say anything about him being bi.But the Trevor and Jamal connect the he wants to out.There are some dirty things happening in both Trevor private life and Jamal s sports life With all the shit going on Jamal retreats from Trevor.Besides the somewhat chaotic writing and the lack of space between the chapters ...

  7. says:

    I was able to beta this story and I loved it I love all of Tara s work for her quirky sense of humor and way with steamy scenes As usual, this is a fun and sexy story that nevertheless has some serious dollops of angst and deeper meaning Recommended.

  8. says:

    A story about a hot football star falling for a gorgeous cross dressing genius Oh, hell yeah I Am Riveted Add tons of humor and sexiness with the delightful narration of John Paul Barreland you have one happy girl here I really enjoyed John Paul s narration There were a couple of breathy points and some editing drops, but they go by quickly and don t make a great many appearances, certainly not enough to diminish the enjoyment of the story.Unfortunately my Big Pet Peeve Miscommunication makes an unwanted appearance view spoiler I hate when one character breaks up with another in order to save their partner without any proper communication What can I say, it s a thing that makes me rage every time.Frankly, there was than enough necessary drama in the story so, in my opinion, it would have worked just as well, if not better, if Jamal had just gone to Trevor or, hell, his father right away with what Arondel was doing.Also, what was with only finding out about Trevor s childhood, et...

  9. says:

    The Blogger GirlsTara Lain knows how to bring a story to life she knows how to make football palatable to those who are not fans of the sport and she knows how to create a smoking hot couple that blows the top off with their compatibility and smexiness.We met Jamal in the first book, Outing the Quarterback, and he was such an amazingly good guy in that book that I was super excited to learn he was getting his own story, and his own man Jamal is surrounded by his incredible family and friends, so it s no wonder that he not only accomplished his dream, but also got his dream guy in the process But it wasn t just handed to them, oh no Trixie Trevor turned out to be one of the best characters I ve read about this year I always say I am partial to the big, sexy, alpha males, but for some reason, this amazing drag queen stole my heart He is not a woman in a man s body, and he doesn t want to be a woman, but he is very happy being a man who loves to sometimes wear women s clothes And that is HOT to me and to Jamal, too.Trixie hits every one of Jamal s buttons Being a bi sexual man, Jamal gets the best of both worlds in the androgynous, but super intelligent Trevor Trevor is so amazingly beautiful as a man, but when he is in drag, he is a very convincing gorgeous woman So ...

  10. says:

    4.0 F ck yeah starsI really liked this book Was it perfect No There were cliches and some cheesy parts There was a sh tload of subplots and, honestly, some detracted from rather than added to the story But this book had what every good book has characters I fell in love with I absolutely adored Jamal and Trevor Trixie Adored They were so wonderfully real and imperfect and made for each other, I couldn t put ...

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