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People say I'm big all the time. Big guy on campus. Big guy in town. Big...You know where....

The rumors about me are endless and legendary. And for good reason: I'm hot, popular, and wanted. Every girl in class needs to know who I am. I let every guy know where they stand, in turn...on the bottom of the totem pole.

Of course, being big means having a huge target on your back. People crave to pull you down. Makes sense.

The jealousy.

The envy.

The hatred.

But there's this one guy, Nash, who's always looking at me like...I don't know. Without any prejudice. Like I can be myself around him.

Which is really weird, because I feel more connected to him than my own girlfriend. I even wrestle him more than her, since we’re both on the same team.

And when we're apart, I—I—

There's no way I'm gay, man. It's just not in me. I got a reputation to uphold.

Or maybe it is in me. And I just don’t want to admit it.

That I might be falling for another man.

©2017 Wolfgang Glasscock (P)2019 Wolfgang Glasscock

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An interesting world by Wolfgang Glasscock, the main characters are fantastic. Happy there is much more of a story than you expect from a author with a very unique name. C Alan Kelly did a super job with the narration, great accents that fit the story but happy it is contained to them speaking. Thinking of looking at more of their stories.
This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.