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Never Have I Ev... Wait, what was the question again?!What happens when an ill-advised party game makes it obvious I've still got my V-card?Embarrassment. A lot of embarrassment.Especially when the sexy, older guy at the party who witnessed the whole thing turns out to be someone I have to see every week. Not to mention my best friend's cousin.He's not only straight, but w Never Have I Ev... Wait, what was the question again?!What happens when an ill-advised party game makes it obvious I've still got my V-card?Embarrassment. A


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Never Have I Ev... Wait, what was the question again?!What happens when an ill-advised party game makes it obvious I've still got my V-card?Embarrassment. A lot of embarrassment.Especially when the sexy, older guy at the party who witnessed the whole thing turns out to be someone I have to see every week. Not to mention my best friend's cousin.He's not only straight, but w Never Have I Ev... Wait, what was the question again?!What happens when an ill-advised party game makes it obvious I've still got my V-card?Embarrassment. A lot of embarrassment.Especially when the sexy, older guy at the party who witnessed the whole thing turns out to be someone I have to see every week. Not to mention my best friend's cousin.He's not only straight, but way out of my league.It's going to be so awkward for both us.Or awesome...if his protective nature and flirty attempts to teach me how to date lead to the kind of tutoring that lives in my fantasies. But how likely is that to happen? I'm not known as the sweet, naive one among for my friends for nothing.I'm probably imagining those looks he throws my way. Probably projecting my own want onto his expression.But...what if I'm not?Never Have I Evan features an inexperienced, shy tech geek, an assistant football coach who oozes confidence, a town full of quirky, nosy residents, and sexual awakening and discovery themes!

17 review for Never Have I Evan

  1. 4 out of 5

    ellie

    jock x nerd mm romances never fail me. ”I don’t want to be your warm-up for the love of your life. I want to be the one.”

  2. 4 out of 5

    Gloria

    THIS WAS SO GOOD 🥰

  3. 4 out of 5

    Wendy

    4.25 Tech club and Coaching starsI had a really nice time reading this one, where Jamison gave Evan and Dawson interesting and full-fleshed side stories, which completed the "teaching" trope on the best way possible. Why the quoting marks? Because, let's be honest, it wasn't really about teaching - ahead of flirting - as Dawson was quickly figuring out why his relationship with Evan felt so right. That's where the deeper topics entered the game, with reflections about regrets, guilt, depression 4.25 Tech club and Coaching starsI had a really nice time reading this one, where Jamison gave Evan and Dawson interesting and full-fleshed side stories, which completed the "teaching" trope on the best way possible. Why the quoting marks? Because, let's be honest, it wasn't really about teaching - ahead of flirting - as Dawson was quickly figuring out why his relationship with Evan felt so right. That's where the deeper topics entered the game, with reflections about regrets, guilt, depression and low self-esteem. This book tackled some heavy themes as we explored healing processes through Dawson's story. He had to let go of his past (mentally and emotionally) to finally be ready to turn the page and start afresh. Evan had also his share of burdens with taking care of the family business while balancing all his other responsabilities. Not that he ressented his Grandpa for that, but it took a toll on his life nevertheless, and he struggled between his dreams and his duties. Then things got worse... but I'm not telling you everything!Interactions between Evan/Dawson and the students were nice, but I especially liked Dawson's connection with Rojas and how he involved himself in this kid's life. As he struggled with some family problems he needed support and understanding, two things Dawson gave him in order for him to build a better future and reach his dreams. It was heartwarming and a huge help towards Dawson's healing. To be honest, Evan's story was interesting, but I felt like the book's main focus was Dawson's emotional life-altering storyline. And I'm not complaining.Overall Evan and Dawson's couple was very sweet and steamy, with an amazing chemistry. There was a lot of support going on, for one another, but also from their friends. I loved Calista, so honest and caring💕and I'm super excited to learn more about Darren now. He seemed hilarious, especially when he didn't try to be funny and things took a sudden turn for him - that's what you get when you play with fire, buddy! I'm surprised by his pairing, but it makes me anticipate Book 2 even more^^P.S. I've realized there is already a book about Lyle and Truman. Why isn't it part of the series?! Now I have to read it!

  4. 4 out of 5

    ari_romancebooks

    I like so much but so much this book , I am fascinated with the world so beautiful so full of comfort and unique characters that has created this author, I despertly need that there are more than 20 books in this series and I am completely in love with this group of friends , of the small town , of the vibrations that the author implements in these stories, I loved the prequel and this book did not stay behind, Evan and Dawson were so cute and amazing charachters , I thought it would only be a c I like so much but so much this book , I am fascinated with the world so beautiful so full of comfort and unique characters that has created this author, I despertly need that there are more than 20 books in this series and I am completely in love with this group of friends , of the small town , of the vibrations that the author implements in these stories, I loved the prequel and this book did not stay behind, Evan and Dawson were so cute and amazing charachters , I thought it would only be a cute story but it was much more than that , The spicy moments were no joke and it’s that Evan and Dawson are fire when they’re together, I’m dying to read Darren’s book and I just don’t want to ever get out of this beautiful world.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Lisa

    There are so many things I loved about this, right down to the fun title. It checked a lot of boxes for me - first times and bi awakening, to name a couple. Evan is a sweet, geeky guy from a nosy small town, and will do anything for anyone, with little reward or time for himself. He's the inexperienced one, and he gains confidence by the end. Dawson used to play football, and now he's coaching in this small town, needing a second chance at his life. He never expected to like a guy, but he isn't There are so many things I loved about this, right down to the fun title. It checked a lot of boxes for me - first times and bi awakening, to name a couple. Evan is a sweet, geeky guy from a nosy small town, and will do anything for anyone, with little reward or time for himself. He's the inexperienced one, and he gains confidence by the end. Dawson used to play football, and now he's coaching in this small town, needing a second chance at his life. He never expected to like a guy, but he isn't resistant to the idea. And he's such a sweet, caring person. I loved these boys, and I am super excited for the next book.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Miriah

    3.5 StarsAdorable, easy to read, inoffensive, and forgettable. I enjoyed it enough to read the next in the series :)

  7. 5 out of 5

    Carra

    This story has a few different tropes I enjoy - nerd/jock, bi/pan-awakening, first time, small town romance…all done with some sweet characters in an “experienced teacher” way. Sweet doesn’t mean there’s not heat though, so you’ll still find plenty of sexy times in this story. There’s even a touch of family drama; nothing crazy, just enough to add a little more depth to the story. Oh, and let’s not forget throwing an ex in there just to add a smidgen of extra angst.I really liked both main chara This story has a few different tropes I enjoy - nerd/jock, bi/pan-awakening, first time, small town romance…all done with some sweet characters in an “experienced teacher” way. Sweet doesn’t mean there’s not heat though, so you’ll still find plenty of sexy times in this story. There’s even a touch of family drama; nothing crazy, just enough to add a little more depth to the story. Oh, and let’s not forget throwing an ex in there just to add a smidgen of extra angst.I really liked both main characters, Dawson and Evan, and thought they matched quite well. This is a classic “I’m not into guys but this one is different” tale with Dawson becoming protective of and falling into a teacher-like role to Evan. Subject? Flirting…and more. Though the “more” actually turns into them teaching each other.Is this a type of story you’ve heard before? Maybe so, but It’s still a truly enjoyable read and includes a strong cast of supporting characters, and several of them you’ll want to read their stories as well. Overall Never Have I Evan was a solid 4-star read for me, and I would recommend this to any M/M romance fan. This story is meant for readers 18+ for adult language and sexual content.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Angeshay

    3.75⭐️ Light and sweet pan-awakening. Evan is a shy, nerdy, 19 yr old gay virgin. Dawson is the “straight” older jock who offers to teach him about flirting and sex. It’s all very cute and hot🔥 with a bit of second-hand embarrassment and fumbling. I liked that the sex wasn’t perfect and seemed very realistic. I do love the friends with bennies, “we’re just fucking, don’t catch feelings” trope and though this one didn’t really offer up anything new, it was well-written and swoon-worthy. I really 3.75⭐️ Light and sweet pan-awakening. Evan is a shy, nerdy, 19 yr old gay virgin. Dawson is the “straight” older jock who offers to teach him about flirting and sex. It’s all very cute and hot🔥 with a bit of second-hand embarrassment and fumbling. I liked that the sex wasn’t perfect and seemed very realistic. I do love the friends with bennies, “we’re just fucking, don’t catch feelings” trope and though this one didn’t really offer up anything new, it was well-written and swoon-worthy. I really liked both MC’s. There was a bit of hurt/comfort and ex-girlfriend drama but it was relatively low-angst.it was a bit too long and I skimmed in some areas but I would definitely read more by this author.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Verdelite

    It wasn't bad, but it was very forgettable. This didn't give me any strong feelings while reading, but it was entertaining enough that I wasn't bored. I feel like I've read basically the same book multiple times already, and there wasn't anything (like a particular moment or any particular character) that makes it stand out.It's a decent choice if you're looking for a decent read with these tropes, but you're also not missing anything by skipping this book. It wasn't bad, but it was very forgettable. This didn't give me any strong feelings while reading, but it was entertaining enough that I wasn't bored. I feel like I've read basically the same book multiple times already, and there wasn't anything (like a particular moment or any particular character) that makes it stand out.It's a decent choice if you're looking for a decent read with these tropes, but you're also not missing anything by skipping this book.

  10. 4 out of 5

    frannilys (whitegoldbookishworld)

    3.5This was ok. I enjoyed reading it most of the time but it was nothing special.I really didn’t like Calista. Apparently she cannot keep herself out of Evans business.Coach Mayfield was a very unlikable character as well so I can’t even say which one I liked less.Also I’m not the biggest fan of the whole virgin thing. It is stated that it is a social construct but all the people in the book still made a huge deal out of it.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Sharing The Book Love

    I loved the start where something is blurted about Evam and his crush hears it. This kinda shapes the whole storyDawson is straight and on a life rebuild after some issues previously. The almost best friends to lovers with a twist, is well written and a perfect addition to this series.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Cindi

    3.5 stars, rounded up.After reading Two Truths and a Lyle a few weeks ago, I couldn't wait to read Evan's story. He's the shy, geeky (his word) virgin in the little friends group. Those friends being Calista, Darren, Kevin, Lyle, and Truman.During a drinking game, Calista blurts out something about Evan being a virgin. Bad enough, right? What was worse was that she did it in front of a guy Evan had tried to flirt with a few minutes before. Mortified, he takes off.That guy turned out to be Dawson 3.5 stars, rounded up.After reading Two Truths and a Lyle a few weeks ago, I couldn't wait to read Evan's story. He's the shy, geeky (his word) virgin in the little friends group. Those friends being Calista, Darren, Kevin, Lyle, and Truman.During a drinking game, Calista blurts out something about Evan being a virgin. Bad enough, right? What was worse was that she did it in front of a guy Evan had tried to flirt with a few minutes before. Mortified, he takes off.That guy turned out to be Dawson, Calista's cousin.I'm not going rehash the entire story in this mini-review. I do that in my full one. I will, however, say that I never could get a good feel for Dawson. His feeling sorry for himself, woe-is-me-I-screwed-up-in-football attitude got old really quick. Evan, I loved, though I felt sorry for him because he was willing to take whatever scraps Dawson threw his way.Dawson did make good later in a pretty big way so it's all good.As for the friends....I can't stand Calista. Best friends don't publicly embarrass/humiliate you or share your secrets.I also couldn't stand Darren, which is bad because his story is next.I did, however, adore Kevin, and I still love Lyle and Truman from the first story.I'll read Darren's book when it's released but only because I'm invested in the series now.Overall, I liked Evan and Dawson well enough. They do get their HEA at the end, though I feel it went on too long before they got there.Full review can be found at -

  13. 5 out of 5

    ✿❀ Lauren, aka Coffee and the Bibliophile ❀✿

    Genre/Tropes: MM, Sexual Awakening, Opposites AttractPOV: 1st, DualSeries: Games We Play, #1STEAM LEVEL: 🔥🔥🔥——————I am starting PRIDE Month off the right way!! I’ve read a few DJ Jamison romances and they always leave me happy. This one was no different. A shy, gay geek with a heart of gold and a troubled, depressed ex-football quarterback trying to get back on his feet. A true strangers-to-friends-to-lovers story with so much depth, emotion, and love between our two main MCs and the quirky town Genre/Tropes: MM, Sexual Awakening, Opposites AttractPOV: 1st, DualSeries: Games We Play, #1STEAM LEVEL: 🔥🔥🔥——————I am starting PRIDE Month off the right way!! I’ve read a few DJ Jamison romances and they always leave me happy. This one was no different. A shy, gay geek with a heart of gold and a troubled, depressed ex-football quarterback trying to get back on his feet. A true strangers-to-friends-to-lovers story with so much depth, emotion, and love between our two main MCs and the quirky town they live in. Granville will draw you in and make you wish the fictional town existed while Dawson and Evan will have you swooning.|| “𝚈𝚘𝚞, 𝚞𝚑, 𝚘𝚔𝚊𝚢?”𝙽𝚘. 𝙸’𝚖 𝚑𝚘𝚛𝚗𝚢 𝙰𝙵 𝚠𝚒𝚝𝚑 𝚖𝚢 𝚍𝚒𝚌𝚔 𝚑𝚊𝚛𝚍 𝚏𝚘𝚛 𝚊 𝚖𝚊𝚗. 𝙽𝚘𝚝 𝚘𝚔𝚊𝚢 𝚊𝚝 𝚊𝚕𝚕. ||Dawson broke my heart, but he was also completely genuine. He just needed to find himself and realize how amazing his life became with Evan in it. And I adored how Evan came out of his shell thank you Dawson’s unwavering support and care. They both gave and took and cared for and loved so hard, even though it took a while for both of them to admit it to each other.|| 𝙳𝚊𝚠𝚜𝚘𝚗 𝚆𝚘𝚘𝚍𝚜 𝚠𝚊𝚜 𝚔𝚒𝚜𝚜𝚒𝚗𝚐 𝚖𝚎—𝚊𝚗𝚍 𝚑𝚎 𝚕𝚒𝚔𝚎𝚍 𝚒𝚝. ||Very low angst, so much heart, a good amount of spice, some quirky granny humor, a grumpy old man or two, football, and a sweet little sexual awakening story between an ex-jock and a geeky tech guy. Le sigh. I’m a sucker for these tropes.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Kira Grace

    Stop it right now! This was SO good! This story was exactly what I needed! Sweet, funny, low angst and with characters who I just fell in love with. Dawson was big and muscled but also had this beautiful vulnerability that kept drawing me in and Evan was such an open and loving human even with his adorable awkwardness they were just the perfect fit! I am really loving the trend towards less “gay/bi/pan panic”. Sexuality is fluid and it’s really refreshing to see more characters who are startled Stop it right now! This was SO good! This story was exactly what I needed! Sweet, funny, low angst and with characters who I just fell in love with. Dawson was big and muscled but also had this beautiful vulnerability that kept drawing me in and Evan was such an open and loving human even with his adorable awkwardness they were just the perfect fit! I am really loving the trend towards less “gay/bi/pan panic”. Sexuality is fluid and it’s really refreshing to see more characters who are startled and maybe confused by their feelings but don’t have to say “I’m not gay” 15,000 times while also very clearly being attracted to another man especially when the character is already around LGBT people and truly doesn’t have an issue with same sex relationships. I am really impressed by DJ’s skill in character building and plot pacing. The plot was well balanced in my opinion and I loved how each MC had their own stuff going on but almost always let in the middle to work it out together. There were ups and downs and not everything was perfect but that just made the story even better.This was an absolute joy to read and I am definitely going to be on the look out for more from this series!!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Jozey

    Great story. Good plot.Contains: pan-awakening, virgin, first time gay seggs, geek/football coach assistant, small-town drama, gossip. I love it. The characters, the town, the plot, everything is really good, well writing, and intense. Hot sexy time. Very good advice. I remove one star because it's longer than necessary. It's like they turn around the drama, and left one piece by piece about the store until this major problem.Dive in this book where Evan, the eternal virgin met Dawson who is wil Great story. Good plot.Contains: pan-awakening, virgin, first time gay seggs, geek/football coach assistant, small-town drama, gossip. I love it. The characters, the town, the plot, everything is really good, well writing, and intense. Hot sexy time. Very good advice. I remove one star because it's longer than necessary. It's like they turn around the drama, and left one piece by piece about the store until this major problem.Dive in this book where Evan, the eternal virgin met Dawson who is willing to help him in the experience domain. Dawson past is unsure all along the book. Evan is busy, very busy to achieve his dream and help his grandpa's dream to stay alive. But Dawson is good with Ev and Ev have a lot to teach to Dawson about relationship. Could they make it possible ? And what if the ex came back? Who would he choose then?

  16. 5 out of 5

    DD

    Really, very good. I love DJ’s writing, she is in-depth and engaging. I started this book and felt like I was missing something so I realized there was a prequel novella, Two Truths and a Lyle, that I got off of Prolific Works. It’s not necessary to enjoy this book but I think it added to the story. So many great tropes in this book: jock/geek, opposites attract, size difference, hurt/comfort, bi-awakening. Dawson was so sweet and charismatic, albeit a little lost, trying to find a fresh start a Really, very good. I love DJ’s writing, she is in-depth and engaging. I started this book and felt like I was missing something so I realized there was a prequel novella, Two Truths and a Lyle, that I got off of Prolific Works. It’s not necessary to enjoy this book but I think it added to the story. So many great tropes in this book: jock/geek, opposites attract, size difference, hurt/comfort, bi-awakening. Dawson was so sweet and charismatic, albeit a little lost, trying to find a fresh start after a devastating injury. Coding-obsessed Evan is caring, shy and a workaholic. And a virgin. A fact that brings about an intriguing proposal from his smoke show of a new friend. Another great one from DJ Jamison.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Fernanda Parente

    Another new writer for me, I loved this book, very sweet and fun, but at the same time very seriousDawson is a former football player who made bad choices in the beginning of his career and decides to accept an invitation to assistant coach on a school football team. Evan is a computer tech who created a school app to help students study and meets Dawson at a party at the home of his best friend and Dawson's cousinWhat begins with a school collaboration quickly turns into an exploratory journey Another new writer for me, I loved this book, very sweet and fun, but at the same time very seriousDawson is a former football player who made bad choices in the beginning of his career and decides to accept an invitation to assistant coach on a school football team. Evan is a computer tech who created a school app to help students study and meets Dawson at a party at the home of his best friend and Dawson's cousinWhat begins with a school collaboration quickly turns into an exploratory journey of sexualityI really liked Dawson's MCs, his inner struggle until he concluded that he deserves the bestI received an ARC in exchange for an honest review

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