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Coach Ben “Brick” Brickenhouer, former NFL player, is currently the head coach of a top tier university. Oh, and he’s still in the closet. Unwilling to sacrifice his career or livelihood - not to mention the fact that not even his family knows - his personal life remains on the back burner. Dr. Wyatt Carrington lives his best life out and proud. With the love and support Coach Ben “Brick” Brickenhouer, former NFL player, is currently the head coach of a top tier university. Oh, and he’s still in the closet. Unwilling to sacrifice his career or livelihood - not to mention the fact that not even his family knows - his personal life remains on the back burner. Dr. Wyatt Carrington lives his best life out and proud. With the love and support of his friends, families, and coworkers, he has never questioned his decision to come out. He dates often but has been unable to find his true love. Or at least a man that understands his crazy work schedule. When Wyatt is tasked with the unfortunate and unenviable responsibility of telling Brick that some of his players may have genital warts, the meeting has both men feeling...well, uncomfortable. After a series of coincidental run-ins, Ben decides to bite the bullet and ask Wyatt out. Though very discreet, secrets - and gay men - come out of the closet sooner or later. It’s always best when it’s done of your own volition. But that’s not always how the cookie crumbles. Or in their case, the pizza.


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Coach Ben “Brick” Brickenhouer, former NFL player, is currently the head coach of a top tier university. Oh, and he’s still in the closet. Unwilling to sacrifice his career or livelihood - not to mention the fact that not even his family knows - his personal life remains on the back burner. Dr. Wyatt Carrington lives his best life out and proud. With the love and support Coach Ben “Brick” Brickenhouer, former NFL player, is currently the head coach of a top tier university. Oh, and he’s still in the closet. Unwilling to sacrifice his career or livelihood - not to mention the fact that not even his family knows - his personal life remains on the back burner. Dr. Wyatt Carrington lives his best life out and proud. With the love and support of his friends, families, and coworkers, he has never questioned his decision to come out. He dates often but has been unable to find his true love. Or at least a man that understands his crazy work schedule. When Wyatt is tasked with the unfortunate and unenviable responsibility of telling Brick that some of his players may have genital warts, the meeting has both men feeling...well, uncomfortable. After a series of coincidental run-ins, Ben decides to bite the bullet and ask Wyatt out. Though very discreet, secrets - and gay men - come out of the closet sooner or later. It’s always best when it’s done of your own volition. But that’s not always how the cookie crumbles. Or in their case, the pizza.

30 review for Tight End

  1. 5 out of 5

    Myriam

    Another argument for keeping your fingers off F/M authors dipping their toes into the M/M pool. For some reason these authors suffer under the delusion that we read M/M because we hate women? That's the only explanation for the BLATANT mysoginy on display in this book. I cannot believe two women sat down, wrote this, had it presumably read by others and then published it without anyone raising a red flag in the process. Having both your gay main characters get hit on by women in the most Another argument for keeping your fingers off F/M authors dipping their toes into the M/M pool. For some reason these authors suffer under the delusion that we read M/M because we hate women? That's the only explanation for the BLATANT mysoginy on display in this book. I cannot believe two women sat down, wrote this, had it presumably read by others and then published it without anyone raising a red flag in the process. Having both your gay main characters get hit on by women in the most disgusting, predatory and frankly male way in the year of our Lord 2019 with the Me Too Movement in full swing is some of the most tone-deaf stuff I have seen in a while. (Seriously one girl honest-to-God presents herself fullly naked and spread-eagled on the gyno chair and tries to hit on the gay doctor that way. Who writes this?????) What makes it worse is that the way it is written it almost feels like the authors want us as the readers to...somehow consider these women Jezebels for daring to come on to the perfect main characters in these slutty, slutty ways? Uhm, you wrote them that way! That does not make the mains more attractive! I'm not in competition for their attention here, they are supposed to be gay and into each other ffs!! Also I have thankfully grown past the immature impulse to consider other women competition and am old enough to have learned that we're all in this together against the patriarchy and that exactly THIS kind of bullshit is what keeps dividing us. *steps off soapbox* So, yeah, this...was not a good read. Do not recommend and definitely putting the authors on my blacklist.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Kristin Roberts

    This book is amazing! This is a wonderful love story about how two people who are total opposites are attracted to each other! The story of Wyatt and Ben takes you through what happens when one person is out and the other person is not. You will experience all the highs and lows with what happens when you have to hide your love for your partner and what happens when someone "outs" you (whether you want to be out or not). I fell in love with both Ben and Wyatt's family and their dynamic with each This book is amazing! This is a wonderful love story about how two people who are total opposites are attracted to each other! The story of Wyatt and Ben takes you through what happens when one person is out and the other person is not. You will experience all the highs and lows with what happens when you have to hide your love for your partner and what happens when someone "outs" you (whether you want to be out or not). I fell in love with both Ben and Wyatt's family and their dynamic with each other. This is a super easy read that you will get sucked into. And you will fall in love with Wyatt and Ben just like I did! I highly recommend that you read this book!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Jacq ~

    All of my favorite scenes. The chemistry or lack there of, didn’t connect with me. Substance in the storyline was lacking.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Morgan Terry

    I just want to start off by saying this book is another touchdown from these brilliant authors. Ben and Wyatt’s story is, to simply put, captivating. I read this so fast because once again, the two authors that wrote this book not only knew how to steal my attention away from life to solely focus on this story but the writing itself? It was engaging, sad, I laughed, I got angry. I love when a book can make me feel so much emotion, and this one hit the nail on the coffin. Wyatt and Ben come from I just want to start off by saying this book is another touchdown from these brilliant authors. Ben and Wyatt’s story is, to simply put, captivating. I read this so fast because once again, the two authors that wrote this book not only knew how to steal my attention away from life to solely focus on this story but the writing itself? It was engaging, sad, I laughed, I got angry. I love when a book can make me feel so much emotion, and this one hit the nail on the coffin. Wyatt and Ben come from two completely different backgrounds, and when their worlds collide (which was a rather funny reason why… Read the blurb! It’s awesome!) it’s like you knew that no matter what, these two were not just meant for each other, it’s as if God himself said, “I think I’ll make these two specific men destined for one another,” Then, when the time is right, makes them work for it when it comes time for them to meet. The paths that they take separately and together forge such a strong and unique friendship that develops into a romance is what makes for an outstanding story. There are ups and downs they have to face, like any great story, but it’s how they handle it with their families that truly add that sweet and humble and sometimes bitter (in a good way, I promise!!!) touch. And speaking of family, I think you’ll really get a kick out of Ben and Wyatt’s. They make for some of the funniest and realistically endearing family ever, sibling annoyances and parental concerns and all.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Becca

    Fun, Witty and Super Sexy... You’ll fall in love with Ben and Wyatt from page one! When Wyatt spots the deliciously handsome Coach “Brick” on the sidelines of his brother’s football game... he got all the feels. But not knowing if the gorgeous hothead coach played for Wyatt’s team, he was fine with keeping “Brick” in his fantasies. But when chance meetings prove to have a little flirting, things start to go his way. The last thing Ben wanted was to come out. Being an Ex NFL player and coach of a Fun, Witty and Super Sexy... You’ll fall in love with Ben and Wyatt from page one! When Wyatt spots the deliciously handsome Coach “Brick” on the sidelines of his brother’s football game... he got all the feels. But not knowing if the gorgeous hothead coach played for Wyatt’s team, he was fine with keeping “Brick” in his fantasies. But when chance meetings prove to have a little flirting, things start to go his way. The last thing Ben wanted was to come out. Being an Ex NFL player and coach of a college football team, he was worried about how he would be perceived. Football is his life and he doesn’t know what he would do if it was all taken away. But when Wyatt shows him how he can live his life as a proud gay man, he starts to fantasize about a life out and with Wyatt by his side. I adored both Wyatt and Ben in their own ways. They were the perfect ying and yang to each other and had me laughing. Another great partnership between M.D. and Andria!

  6. 5 out of 5

    J1B

    It's such a shame that the top review on this book right now is an unfair and unfocused hit job. This book is worth so much more than that ridiculous review suggests--ignore it!! This is a fun, contemporary MM romance and it hits all the right stops. My only criticism is that it either goes on too long or the chapters get too wordy at the end (the last few chapters started to drag). But that's a relatively minor point, and shouldn't discourage anyone from reading this great book.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Stacy Jo

    Wow! Another amazing read by MD and Andria! Separately these 2 are amazing together they are explosive! I love all the feels and the issues “tackled” in this book! Wow! Another amazing read by MD and Andria! Separately these 2 are amazing together they are explosive! I love all the feels and the issues “tackled” in this book! 😎

  8. 5 out of 5

    Mags

    4.5 Tight End was a well written, well paced, witty, and delightful m/m romance. By two authors who constantly deliver. And with unflinchingly real, likable characters and a plot line that nicely tackles prejudices, it was surprisingly easy to read. And honestly, I was hooked throughout. Which is why I would happily recommend it to others. 4.5⭐ Tight End was a well written, well paced, witty, and delightful m/m romance. By two authors who constantly deliver. And with unflinchingly real, likable characters and a plot line that nicely tackles prejudices, it was surprisingly easy to read. And honestly, I was hooked throughout. Which is why I would happily recommend it to others.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Tracy Perry

    Awe... I loved this book! It was a great love story with some obstacles in the way. I laughed & I cried. I fell for Wyatt & Ben as soon as I met them. It's so good & a must read!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Kendra Patterson

    Ben "Brick" Brickenhouer is the coach for the Alabama Reds and he's still living in the closet; not even his family knows he's gay. He's attracted to Dr Wyatt Carrington who's out and proud. Wyatt is an OB/GYN and also works two days a week at the university clinic. His brother is also a football player coached by Brick. After just a little time Brick and Wyatt start dating in secret and everything is going along well. After a trip to NY Brick is outed and things aren't so smooth with Wyatt Ben "Brick" Brickenhouer is the coach for the Alabama Reds and he's still living in the closet; not even his family knows he's gay. He's attracted to Dr Wyatt Carrington who's out and proud. Wyatt is an OB/GYN and also works two days a week at the university clinic. His brother is also a football player coached by Brick. After just a little time Brick and Wyatt start dating in secret and everything is going along well. After a trip to NY Brick is outed and things aren't so smooth with Wyatt anymore. A hate crime happens to Wyatt due to all the press of Brick and Wyatt being a couple. There's lots of supporting characters in that Brick and Wyatt both have two siblings and Brick has a niece and nephew. This book could have been a 5 star if it just showed more of the story instead of telling it. There was too much of step by step instructions on every step made by the two main characters. There was some sexual harassment that could have been left out because it didn't help the story line at all and in one of the cases (IMO) it hurt the story. I did feel like there was chemistry between Brick and Wyatt. Lastly the ending was a little rushed for me. I would have liked more after the resolution. Light easy read. I was able to read it in one day.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Peter Leslie

    Meh! Pretty sappy. Forty three year old wealthy ex athlete and successful coach, stunningly good looking. Never had a girlfriend or boyfriend and apparently no raised eyebrows. Yeah, right. Frankly, this story didn’t work for me. It’s all pretty Barbara Cartlandish. Two incredibly good looking rich people meet, f**k like bunnies and fall in love. I didn’t feel a spark between the main characters. There’s just not much story here. It’s all predictable and contrived. The writing is pretty good, Meh! Pretty sappy. Forty three year old wealthy ex athlete and successful coach, stunningly good looking. Never had a girlfriend or boyfriend and apparently no raised eyebrows. Yeah, right. Frankly, this story didn’t work for me. It’s all pretty Barbara Cartlandish. Two incredibly good looking rich people meet, f**k like bunnies and fall in love. I didn’t feel a spark between the main characters. There’s just not much story here. It’s all predictable and contrived. The writing is pretty good, hence three stars, but it needs a real plot. I finished it, so that says something I guess. It’s just not great.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Ana Miranda

    this book was an amalgamation of clichés and unnecessary drama, sprinkled with constant (and, quite frankly, also unnecessary) sexual tension for a final touch. of the bad books i read, this was not the worst one though.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Julie Reads

    2.5-3 Mostly 2.5.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Escape_in_a_Book

  15. 4 out of 5

    Melissa Juarez

  16. 4 out of 5

    marsha brown

  17. 4 out of 5

    Maryke Bettinger

  18. 4 out of 5

    Ramon Taylor

  19. 4 out of 5

    Bo

  20. 4 out of 5

    Jen

  21. 4 out of 5

    Nirmal Patel

  22. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer Parrish

  23. 4 out of 5

    Pam White

  24. 5 out of 5

    Bonnie Harson

  25. 4 out of 5

    Sheliawilliams

  26. 4 out of 5

    K

  27. 4 out of 5

    Jodie

  28. 5 out of 5

    Michele

  29. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Staton

  30. 5 out of 5

    dana

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