Don'T Ask, Don'T Tell

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When they meet at a bar one night, James "Rock" South and Alex "Rigger" Roberts figure they've found themselves a night of fun. The attraction burns bright for both of them, and when they head for somewhere more private, they're both amazed at how fast and hot the flames get out of control.

Rock is only in Texas for training, though, and he leaves Rigger behind when he goes back to his life as a regular Marine. Rigger's not sure he's ready to be left, though, and he follows Rock...

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Don't Ask, Don't Tell [A Jarheads Novel]

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Overview

When they meet at a bar one night, James "Rock" South and Alex "Rigger" Roberts figure they've found themselves a night of fun. The attraction burns bright for both of them, and when they head for somewhere more private, they're both amazed at how fast and hot the flames get out of control.

Rock is only in Texas for training, though, and he leaves Rigger behind when he goes back to his life as a regular Marine. Rigger's not sure he's ready to be left, though, and he follows Rock eventually, showing up on Rock's doorstep with what little he owns and a smile.

The two men, so very different but so very needy for one another, struggle to come to terms with their relationship, trying to make it work in a world where men don't love men, and if they do, they can't talk about it. Between the pressures of the outside world and the struggle between them to learn what it means to be in a committed relationship, Rock and Rigger threaten to tear each other apart. Do they have what it takes to stay together?

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781933389431
  • Publisher: Torquere Press
  • Publication date: 12/15/2005
  • Pages: 360
  • Sales rank: 1,184,469
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.80 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 7, 2008

    The Beginning

    If you're a fan of the other Jarhead books, this is a must read. This is where it all started. Rigger (the cowboy nurse) and Rock (the blue-eyed Jarhead) spend most of their time indulging in their favorite pastime (if you know what I mean). And I mean very often, very explicit and very hot. We briefly meet Rigger's parents, who have bigger parts in the other books. Rock may annoy some readers with his I'm a 'stud' attitude, but Rigger left Texas for a reason and that egotistical magnetism was part of the attraction. There's plenty of romance here, but not in the traditional sense. There are significant moments in the story like how the boys got their nicknames, their first home together, meeting Rigger's parents and a special gift. Sean has created something special with his Jarhead series and I'm giving the book five stars, because I love Rigger and Rock's story.

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