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No Glitter Blown

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Another Dumb Jock (Dumb Jock, #2) - Jeff Erno Accepting who we are and the ones we love for who they are.Brett and Jeff twenty-five years later. We meet their two children, Lisa and Adam. A family navigating the ins and outs of everyday life with teens. Egads. The story is told from Adam viewpoint and it is interesting to see the different perspective on his dads' relationship. Like all teens, it isn't easy. Adam deals with the smack talk about his dads at school. Unfortunately, his solution leads to suspension and tutoring for the classes he's managed to shank recentlyAdam's experience is not unlike his dad, Brett as he comes to realize things about himself. Ego-centric, his trials consume him until he sees a need greater than his own and rises to the occasion. It's a sweet love story that unfolds. There's a surprise whammy for Adam that rocks the foundations of his self identity, but Trevor is there to support him. While there are a few differences and it is nice to revisit Brett and Jeff, the story is not significantly different than DUMB JOCK; therefore, I liked it, but didn't love it. Recommended to readers who really want an update on Brett and Jeff's lives. Favorite quotes:"A family is defined by the amount of love that is present.”~~ A copy was provided to me for a No Glitter Blown review~~Reviewed for Hearts On Fire Reviews