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The Quarterback's Gigolo [boyxboy]

The Quarterback's Gigolo [boyxboy]

1.2M Reads 30.3K Votes 36 Part Story
Rianne By PwincessR11 Completed

Jack Nickels is 17 and a senior in high school, he has the looks, the popularity, the girls begging to be his, money, a stable family unit and he was quarterback on the school team. But one night his sister brings home her boyfriend to meet the family and everything changes. Quiet Reed Sparrow never really had any friends, so when he lands the quarterbacks sister, he expected things to change. But no-one could have prepared him for what really happened...

Meeting your girlfriend’s family was scary, but for Reed talking to Jack Nickels was an even scarier concept. They guy screamed man and oozed testosterone, Reed was a junior but he knew of Jacks notorious streak, everyone did. So when Reeds life starts gravitation around someone it shouldn't he vows not to be seduced, but when the Jack Nickels starts to pay you attention it's extremely hard to say no...

(P.S gigolo is meant in the term that a man’s thing on the side is his mistress. So a woman’s thing on the side doesn’t have a name so I’m calling it a gigolo. But I might consider incorporating the gigolo concept into the story :D)

ForgottenCharm ForgottenCharm 3 days ago
I love chess, and I'm good at it to. The problem for me is the club part. If it requires me to stay after or come before school no thank you. I'm out.
Poor guy I would hug him and become his best friend  😟😞😢😿🤗
xAnimeKingx xAnimeKingx Apr 16
There are two solutions for this:
                              1. This is Reed but he had a sex change
                              2. The girls name is Reed
Gayyyyyyyyyy bitchhhhh 
                              BTW ewwww stop checking out your teacher
It's funny straight guys come on to girls way more than gays come on to guys
dramione326 dramione326 Apr 17
I don't know why they always seem so dismal, 
                              Thunderstorms, clouds, snow and a slight drizzle,
                              Whether it's the weather or the ledges by my bed,
                              Sometimes death seems better than the migraine in my head