Their chemistry on the field is undeniable. But can they ever be more than friends? Jason Hawkins is about to throw the biggest Hail Mary pass of his career. If he can't turn NFL recruiters' heads this year, he'll lose his shot at the one thing he's ever been good at. But every quarterback needs... show more
Their chemistry on the field is undeniable. But can they ever be more than friends?
Jason Hawkins is about to throw the biggest Hail Mary pass of his career. If he can't turn NFL recruiters' heads this year, he'll lose his shot at the one thing he's ever been good at. But every quarterback needs a man he can count on down-field. For Jason, that man just might be the Tigers' new receiver, Derek Griffin.
Four years ago, Derek nearly lost everything after being outed by his teammates. Now he finally has a chance to get it all back as a walk-on for Eastshore College... if he can resist his immediate attraction to the gorgeous and very straight star quarterback.
An instant connection during practice leads to an easy friendship that only grows stronger off the field. Derek is convinced friendship is all it'll ever be, but a very confusing moment of impulse leaves both of them fumbling for answers about their relationship.
As curiosity gives way to passion and passion gives way to something deeper, Jason and Derek will have to tackle their own personal demons to bring home the win and earn their happy ending.
Strong Side is a steamy, standalone gay romance novel with a HEA ending and no cliffhanger.
Publish date: 2016-01-20
Pages no: 264
Edition language: English
WOW... I am really impressed by the talent this author showed in this book. She deftly managed to weave together friendship, sexiness, tenderness and fun into a truly awesome book. She even threw in a tiny bit of angst at a most appropriate point, even though the happy ending was never in do...
A light, low angst friends to lovers story, in a US college football setting. Likeable characters make this an easy, feel-good read. Well written and (mostly) well edited. For those who like to know, this is alternate first person written in present tense.
More like 3.5 (possibly even 3.75) stars. Rounding up because this happens to be the first (published) book in a long time (you know, in contrast to fanfics) that I actually really enjoyed reading.Yeah, sure, it suffers from some clichés and uses the ol' "serious injury gives way to public coming ou...
Sometimes, you are reading a book on the right time/mood/moment. I just finished an urban fantasy ARC book right before I started this one, which I didn't enjoy at all. Therefore, stumbling into this light/easy on the angst/friends-to-lovers romance felt like "the right book at the right moment" sit...
Pending Reviews4.5 out of 5 stars