Save of the Game
After last season’s heartbreaking loss to his hockey team’s archrival, Jacksonville Sea Storm goalie Riley Hunter is ready to let go of the past and focus on a winning season. His roommate, Ethan Kennedy, is a loud New Yorker with a passion for social justice that matches his role as the team’s... show more
After last season’s heartbreaking loss to his hockey team’s archrival, Jacksonville Sea Storm goalie Riley Hunter is ready to let go of the past and focus on a winning season. His roommate, Ethan Kennedy, is a loud New Yorker with a passion for social justice that matches his role as the team’s enforcer. The quieter Riley is attracted to Ethan and has no idea what to do about it.
Ethan has no hesitations. As fearless as his position demands, he rushes into things without much thought for the consequences. Though they eventually warm to their passionate new bond, it doesn’t come without complications. For their relationship to work, Ethan will need to learn when to keep the gloves on and let someone help him—and Riley will have to learn it’s okay to let someone past his defenses.
Publish date: 2016-01-29
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 200
Edition language: English
Series: Scoring Chances (#2)
This was such an improvement over the first book in this series!! Riley and Ethan totally worked for me. They were adorable… Sexy… And even a little bit awkward. And…they were MONOGAMOUS!! Shocking…I know. But considering EVERY other bi-sexual couple in this series can’t seem to...
"Riley stared at him. "How do you just say that stuff?" "What do you mean? How do I just say shit without thinking about it? I dunno. I just do. It's not that hard. Just try it sometime." "Okay," Riley said, and then he said, "I love you." Ok, this was much, MUCH better than the silly first book...
OMG, how is this written by the same author who wrote Breakaway? That book was refreshing and fun and hilarious and had lovable MCs you wanted to root for. This book was like watching paint dry. I just could not get into this one at all. It's too much like every single other GFY out there (though...
Much better than the first one of the series - at least it got there. I loved the pairing of loud Ethan and quiet Riley but their initial forays into man-on-man action made me think of two people trying to put together a piece of flat pack furniture; it was all "not sure what I'm supposed to do", "M...
4.25 starsI loved this!I love the GFY trope, but I sometimes have trouble with a double GFY story simply because there is so much awkwardness. I love awkwardness, but it can also take the sexy out of the sex. Or lead to massive amounts of insecurity for both guys.But not here! I loved how both Ethan...