Don't Call Me Coach

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Cover of Don't Call Me Coach.

Don't Call Me Coach is a novel by Tagenar. It was published by FurPlanet in July, 2015, and includes eleven interior illustrations by NuDog.[1]

Don't Call Me Coach is rated NC-17 for violence and some sexual scenes.[1]


The synopsis of the novel reads:[1]

Don't Call Me Coach
Garth Hood has a PhD in physics, and has applied at labs and universities all over the country for two years. But the only job he’s found in that time is as gym coach at a high school, and his bench press got him there, not his education. Angry, but still determined to do his best, Garth throws himself into his new role as weight coach.

But one of his students, a Doberman senior named Evan Silvers, takes Garth by surprise. Evan is aggressive, alluring, and exactly Garth's type. For the sake of his future, Garth resists. But as time goes by, the school pushes more and more on Garth, and his frustration ramps up. Will Garth be able to resist Evan’s advances, find a way to make a difference, and break out of his cage?

Don't Call Me Coach


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Don't Call Me Coach on FurPlanet. Retrieved August 21, 2015.

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