Review: Why Yellow Jackets Can’t Find the Hole by Emily Walker


The Yellow Jackets are a group of young men in their early twenties who have taken a vow of sexual purity. But making a vow and keeping a vow is two different things. Each of them struggle in one way or the other to remain sexually unscathed. Bryant, one of the Jackets, has moved off campus from the all-boys school and finds himself neighbors to a very tantalizing beauty. Only this girl is much more than she seems, and unbeknownst to Bryant, she makes it her mission in life to take his virginity. Bryant and his roommates, in the meantime, are slowly discovering that all of their fellow Yellow Jackets have secrets. Not to mention that there’s a spy in their midst—one who is doing everything he possibly can to expose the fact that the Yellow Jackets are not as ‘pure’ as they all seem. 


4 out of 5 Stars

I really enjoyed this story. I think that Walker has come up with a fun and fresh idea for a book. It’s not very often that you find an original storyline these days!

I enjoyed it all, from the plot to the characters. Bryant was definitely my favorite.

I have read some of Walker’s work before, and I love her style. It’s easy to follow along and get wrapped up in her stories. I didn’t even feel guilty about the housework that I neglected while reading this book!

If you are looking for a novel that you can lose yourself on, don’t look any further!  Grab this one NOW!


Author Bio:
I adore writing about everything. Creating worlds and the complicated, tortured, sometimes insane characters within them makes me happy. I write horror, paranormal, dystopian, and the occasional rom-com. 

Living in the mountains with my red-bearded love and our cat and dog. I work at my alma-mater, am in grad school, and have a second job as a freelance writer. I am attempting to learn to crochet, I run a lot, and my Kindle is with me always.

Author Links:
Website: http://www.authoremilywalker.comm

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