Pricks and Pragmatism

Pricks and Pragmatism

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by J.L. Merrow
     
 

Easy come, easy go…until the heart gets involved.

English student and aspiring journalist Luke Corbin should be studying. Instead he’s facing homelessness, thanks to the lover who’s just kicking him out of their posh digs. It’s not his first rejection—his father tossed him out at age sixteen—but Luke has no problem

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Easy come, easy go…until the heart gets involved.

English student and aspiring journalist Luke Corbin should be studying. Instead he’s facing homelessness, thanks to the lover who’s just kicking him out of their posh digs. It’s not his first rejection—his father tossed him out at age sixteen—but Luke has no problem trading his favors for a home and security. Especially with rich, powerful, handsome men.

Except now, with finals bearing down, there’s no time to be choosy. He needs a roof over his head and he needs it now. Even if it means settling temporarily for a geeky, less-than-well-off chemical engineer called Russell.

Luke’s fully prepared to put out for the guy—because after all, in this world no one gets something for nothing. But Russell isn’t just a nerd; he’s an honourable nerd who wants to save himself for someone special.

At first Luke is annoyed, but the more time he spends with Russell, the closer he comes to a devastating realization. He wants to be that someone special. Except he’s fallen for the one man he can’t seem to charm…

Warning: Contains references to domestic unrest, strong language, weakening resistance, and a college student who thinks he knows it all who’s about to learn an unforgettable lesson in love.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781609281946
Publisher:
Samhain Publishing, Ltd.
Publication date:
09/21/2010
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
102
Sales rank:
251,030
File size:
723 KB

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Pricks and Pragmatism 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 21 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was sweet, funny, and a little sniffly. J.L. Merrow is quickly becoming a "must read" author for me.
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Ursonegro More than 1 year ago
Yeah, I read this and it was enjoyable. I love the way female writers create their male characters, so amusingly unlike any men I've ever met. However it was still fun to read.