Undeclared Liam Rush has never ventured too far outside the fences of his family farm so college is a pretty big deal for him Now he can finally claim his own identity one that doesn t involve football hunting

  • Title: Undeclared
  • Author: Maris Black
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 402
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Liam Rush has never ventured too far outside the fences of his family farm, so college is a pretty big deal for him Now he can finally claim his own identity one that doesn t involve football, hunting, farm work, or four overbearing brothers But when he finds himself falling for the androgynous dancer at Trybe, where he works as a bouncer, things get confusing He s nevLiam Rush has never ventured too far outside the fences of his family farm, so college is a pretty big deal for him Now he can finally claim his own identity one that doesn t involve football, hunting, farm work, or four overbearing brothers But when he finds himself falling for the androgynous dancer at Trybe, where he works as a bouncer, things get confusing He s never been attracted to guys before Not really And what would the folks back home say if they knew Japanese American mix Blake Himura has been on his own since he was seventeen, with no one to depend on but himself He s mere months away from realizing his dream of graduating college and becoming a dance instructor Unstable men don t factor into his plans, least of all straight boys who don t mind ruining other people s lives to keep their dirty little secrets Liam is exactly the kind of complication Blake doesn t need in his life Unfortunately, his heart hasn t gotten the memo.

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    • J *deep in the heart of Texas* says:

      2.5--I'm Too Old For This Shit--Stars!This one left me pretty much speechless! Partly my own fault.I found the last two books in this series pretty juvenile. But.This one was ridiculous! The dialogue.The MCs behavior.Seriouslyspeechless.Saying adios to this series

    • Sheziss says:

      Now I know why I love Maris Black: I feel I'm not reading the same tired old story yet again. With her, I know I'm getting something innovative and different, something new. She never ceases to amaze me and after a while reading M/M, that's saying a lot.It's not that her stories are profound or super "angsty" or weird. It's just that she is good. She writes about immature characters but they never rub you up the wrong way, just the opposite. I honestly don't remember an author that achieves that [...]

    • Zainab says:

      Again, WHERE'S SETH'S STORY?!

    • Tracy says:

      The boys of SSU are back!! Didn't realize how much I missed some of these guysJeremy and Beck and DanLiam Rush lived a bit of a sheltered lifeHe grew up on a farm with his brothersotball star, hunter and farmerAll American type jock (gorgeous jock that is :)He gets a job as a bouncer at Trybe a new club that Beck and Julian opened up and it's there that he comes into daily contact with beautiful Japanese-American dancer BlakeLiam and Blake are total oppostiesBlake was kicked out of his house by [...]

    • Arch Bala says:

      I’m not the biggest fan of Blake but I liked his character enough. At first, I find it odd that onset of the story, Liam’s already hanging out with the rest of the guys – especially knowing that they’re mostly gay and he’s not exactly out but blah-blah-blah, nothing major really. The ending wasn’t that strong compared with the first two books – I feel like the proposal isn’t a very good resolution. There should have been at least an introduction of Blake to Liam’s family as THE [...]

    • ☆Monica says:

      Thank you Ms. Black for granting my wish! This was a great read. I hated how wishy-washy Liam was but I understand that when you believe you are a certain way and that image in your head changes, it can be hard. I adored Blake and felt so bad for everything he went through. I enjoyed Grams and laughed out loud when she asked for her nickel. Absolutely loved the ending only now we need Seth and Sammy. *winks*

    • Dee Wy says:

      Listened to this latest book in the series on audio and have to say first that the narrator, Chris Patton, did a super job. He made the "drama" really pop and his multiple voices were great! I enjoyed this third book in the series, really liked the MCs and supporting characters as well. Good storytelling! Hoping for more in this series.

    • Emily says:

      book cover = NOM NOM NOM!

    • Tanja says:

      >>Diese Rezension und viele mehr findet ihr auch hier: wort-welten/Zusammenfassung:An der Southeastern State University, besser bekannt als SSU, eröffnet sich Liam Rush eine völlig neue Welt. Nicht nur, dass er alsbald mit einer ganzen Truppe schwuler Jungs befreundet ist - undenkbar zuhause in seiner Heimat, wo er auf einer Farm aufgewachsen ist. Nein, auch ist da Blake, der im Club "Trybe", der wiederum Liams neuen Freunden gehört, tanzt, wo er selbst den Türsteher gibt. So gerne Lia [...]

    • Marc | Rainbow Gold Reviews says:

      3.5 starsTo be honest, I expected book 3 to be about Seth, after getting Jeremy & Beck as well as Dan's story. Blake intrigued me, but Liam just seemed to appear out of thin air. It seems he was set up as love interest. After listening a bit to the audiobook, i was quickly pulled into the story, though, and wanted to know how this story would play out. Like all of the SSU boys, Liam and Blake have an insane chemistry and are very hot together. I really liked the accent in the audiobook, it r [...]

    • K says:

      I love the boys of SSU. They all hold a special place in my heart, but Liam and Blake, have just taken the lead. I sat down to read Undeclared, by Maris Black, Book 3 in the SSU series and couldn’t put it down. For me, this is the best one yet. Maris can take her characters and give them life. She brings out in her books a realism that has you connecting right away to the characters. They could be any of our friends in real life. They face real struggles and complications that a lot of us go t [...]

    • Susan says:

      I hate when these books end. I am totally in love with this series. I know now that Maris is in my top 5 authors. Please write another book like tomorrow. I love love love Liam, I almost didn't feel that Blake was deserving of him. I of course decided he was when it was all said and done. I suck at reviews but please know this is a great series and this is my favorite so far.

    • Tracy~Bayou Book Junkie says:

      This ARC was provided to me in exchange for an honest review. 4.5 stars review to follow at bayoubookjunkie/?m=0Review Link:bayoubookjunkie/2

    • Tracy says:

      loved this book. love this series. couldn't stop smiling at the end. can't wait for the next book. no seriously I can't wait! can we have it now please? I'm hoping it's about Seth or Sammy or both would be awesome.

    • Matthew Lee says:

      yes!!!Awesome! I love it! Read it in about 8 hours! So amazing and I can't wait for the next one!

    • Tristan says:

      Love the new edition to the SSU series! It was good, left me wanting more! Cant wait for the next installment!

    • 315 says:

      Read the first two books and did this one via audio. Chris Patton really sold this story. So an extra star!

    • AliciaJ says:

      This was predictable, but cute. 3.5 stars.

    • Jess says:

      This was the most unexpected of the "SSU Boys" series and also the least flawed. I'm not sure I enjoyed it the most, since I fed my id pretty deep with the first two books, but I think it held up the strongest in plot, story, and characterization while maintaining the hyper-masculine tone Maris Black usually excels in.I was actually not super excited to read this one. Liam came out of the blue in the last book in the last few chapters or so, and I didn't care for Blake at first. He seemed like a [...]

    • BR11 says:

      3.5 starsI enjoyed this book. Finished too suddenly though. I wished for an epilogue.

    • Alex Akira says:

      I loved this sizzling episode of the SSU Boys series, which features college freshman Liam, the hunky farm boy who appeared in the back half the previous book, ‘Smitten’, and the exquisite Japanese-American Blake, an independent, goal-orientated dancer who is paying his way through college by strip dancing. From the first chapter the fire between these two college boys fairly melted my Kindle and I could not put this book down until I’d finished it.Tall, brawny, and confident, Liam has alw [...]

    • Love Bytes Reviews says:

      4.5 star review by DanWelcome to the third book in Maris Black’s SSU Boys series. Once again we’re back with the familiar crowd. This time Julian and Beck have gotten their club “Trybe” open to the public. Liam, who we met briefly in the previous book “Smitten” is a bouncer at the club. Imagine his surprise when Blake shows up as one of the regular dancers.For anyone who hasn’t read “Smitten”, Liam and Blake had a huge falling out during that book when Liam invited Blake to sle [...]

    • Michael Thompson says:

      SSU Boys just keep getting better and better!!!I love Maris Black's SSU series. The first book of the series, Pinned, introduced us to Beck and Jeremy. Two college wrestlers that fall in love and just can't get enough of each other. It's truly one of my favorites. And when I learned there was book number two of the series out, well it was a no-brainer. I had to read it. I Loved it the second book, Smittened, cemented my love of Maris Black's writing.In Smitten we're introduced to two more charac [...]

    • Mel Sparks says:

      There's Gay and then there's Gayyyyyy and man this book was Gayyyyyy (I loved it!!!). I liked Liam and Blake first of all, especially my boy Blake with his wit and bad attitude, I just love a man with personality and Blake had that in spades HA!!! I NEVER read a book by Maris Black before but after reading this one I think I'd have to start at the beginning of this series, I was pleasantly surprised. Liam was the closeted redneck from (of course) a homophobic community, that hated homos and anyo [...]

    • Bo says:

      Stretching Believability Again--And Getting Away With ItThis crowd of jocks from Southeast State University in Georgia has a tendency to get itself into all sorts of same-sex trouble, and this third installment takes the proverbial cake.But what a bunch of crumbs author Maris Black leaves us to lap up. Liam (on the cover, really?) and Blake (total opposite in stature and ethnicity) are one of the great mismatched couples of this genre. Yet their intense relationship, the hedonistic plot, the exp [...]

    • Carolyn Elias says:

      Maris Black has surpassed all expectations! The story of Liam and Blake was more than a scorching hot love story. The author created a story that flowed Liam and Blake's past background, their insecurities, and their reaching for each other, into a beautiful woven tapestry. Liam was the complete straight country boy while Blake was the proud gay dancer who learned to do what he had to, to survive and accomplish his goals. When you read this story, you will love each of them, and with every sente [...]

    • Jane A says:

      I quite enjoyed this story even though the sexual tension was crazy between the guys. I liked their journey together, how Liam was able to discover himself. He did make some stupid decisions sometimes, but I guess I just have to accept that even though a character is amazingly built, no one is perfect and therefore there will always be things about characters to annoy me and that was one of them about Liam. Blake was ok. I liked that he wasn't portrayed as a stereotypical flamboyant character si [...]

    • joani says:

      I love this series!!!All our guys are back together for another romance. It took time to warm up to both Liam and Blake. In Smitten, Blake was introduced and honestly I did not like or trust him and Liam came in last chapter with not much to really have an opinion. You do want these two togetherey get under you skin and your heart opens to these new characters. There are a lot of questions that have not be answered from Liam's family and Blake's last minute discovery. I won't ruin it but I can n [...]

    • Dana says:

      Even though Blake and Liam were introduced in Smitten, they hadn't had a chance to let their personalities shine. I wasn't sure how I would feel about them when starting it, but was so glad to get to know them in their own book. The author really let you feel the happiness and guilt that Liam felt and his indecision. And Blake's nonchalance and sexy dances moves cover a very unsure man, who wants love, but is just used to people using him for various reasons. Their chemistry was off the charts a [...]

    • Chalice says:

      This book made me feel warm and fuzzy, and hot and squirmy. Neat trick. :-) The writing felt more solid than a lot of what I've read lately, so although I know nothing about the author, I'm gonna guess that she's been doing this a while, possibly in another less racy genre, or she's really good.The book is relatively YA, but still reeled me in. Another neat trick. There were several little things that I could pick at but overall, I liked the characters, I love Liam's family (almost all of them), [...]

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