Don’t Call Me Coach

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Garth Hood has a PhD in physics, and has applied at labs and universities all over the country for two years.  But the only job he’s found in that time is as gym coach at a high school, and his bench press got him there, not his education.  Angry, but still determined to do his best, Garth throws himself into his new role as weight coach.

But one of his students, a Doberman senior named Evan Silvers, takes Garth by surprise.  Evan is aggressive, alluring, and exactly Garth’s type.  For the sake of his future, Garth resists.  But as time goes by, the school pushes more and more on Garth, and his frustration ramps up. Will Garth be able to resist Evan’s advances, find a way to make a difference, and break out of his cage?

Written by Tagenar and featuring 11 interior illustrations by NuDog.

Author: Tagenar
Style:  Literary Work
Content:  Novel
Pages: 206
ISBN: 978-1-61450-265-4
Parental Rating:  NC-17 – sexual situations
Publication Date:  July 2015

1 review for Don’t Call Me Coach


    This was clearly written by someone intimately familiar with the dysfunctional disaster that is the American education system. You can feel Hood’s mounting frustration as he tries to have a positive impact on students and winds up finding comfort and release in a sexually forward senior who is super hung and doesn’t care who knows it or sees it. The sex scenes are hot, as are the illustrations.

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