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review 2017-01-16 00:13
Review: The Next Competitor by Keira Andrews
The Next Competitor - Keira Andrews

 

 

 

 

 

I don't care what Keira Andrews writes. If it's about Amish boys, baseball boys, werewolves and zombies, I'll read it. Keira has not disappointed me so far.

So this was marvelous if you love ice scating!!

 

 

Alex has one thing in his life. And that is getting to the Olympics to win his first medal. So he focused. Very.... It makes him kinda of an asshole every time someone or something gets in his way.

I loved Keira's writing about the skating. I could actually see myself sitting on the stands, watching the competitions.

Then Alex meets Matt. They hate each other at first. Alex has no filter and he speaks his minds and he sees Matt as mr. Cardboard, mr. goody two shoes.

We have some hot phone/face time sex talk.

 

 

Does Alex loose his focus?

"Victory depends on four and a half minutes of ice. Life cannot."



I'd like to see a sequel of Alex and Matt attending the Olympics again.

 

 

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review 2016-12-04 21:14
Review: Reading the Signs by Keira Andrews
Reading the Signs - Keira Andrews

 

 

 

BR with Julie.

 

 

I just loved this. I love how Keira writes about characters so perfect for each other. Being the one the other exactly needs...

I loved that Jake grounded Nico. Nico was living with so much pain. He was determined to make his family, his father proud by being the rookie of the year. Jake himself just wanted to finish his last years of his contract and retire. He lost his best friend, his love but he also lost the love for his sports. But then he gets traded to Nic's team in Ottowa. They seem to think Jake's experience will be good to Nico's explosive behavior.

And my..... Did they work good together.

 

 

“Tell me how you feel,” he whispered.

“Like there’s no going back.”

 

 

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text 2016-12-01 16:25
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Reading the Signs - Keira Andrews

 

 

 

 

 

BR with Julie.

 

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