Buckle up – Matty’s back! Figure skater Matty Marcus didn’t capture Olympic gold, but he won rancher Rob Lovely’s heart. After Rob sold his ranch and Matty hung up his skates, they started a new life together in New York City. Now Matty has taken on a fresh challenge as a figure skating coach,... show more
Buckle up – Matty’s back!
Figure skater Matty Marcus didn’t capture Olympic gold, but he won rancher Rob Lovely’s heart.
After Rob sold his ranch and Matty hung up his skates, they started a new life together in New York City. Now Matty has taken on a fresh challenge as a figure skating coach, and Rob’s second career as a physical therapist should be everything he’s dreamed of. But in the brutal heat of their third summer in the city, Rob yearns for the wide-open country, and the intensity of city life awakens Matty’s demons.
Matty asks for increasingly intense BDSM scenes, and his disordered eating and erratic behavior ramp up the stakes. Rob struggles to stay in control, and after a well-intentioned anniversary gift goes awry, he still thinks he can handle the fallout. But the concrete jungle is closing in and his coping skills are unraveling.
Their love is deep, but Rob will have to admit the truth about what he really wants before they both tumble into chaos.
Publish date: 2015-05-10
Publisher: Leta Blake Books
Pages no: 362
Edition language: English
Series: Training Season (#2)
"Rob never broke down. He never needed help. He was the rock, and Matty was the bird who flew. It was the way it worked. But as it turned out, Matty was the bird that broke the rock's back." This book exhausted me, and I so wanted to like it. I loved the first book in this series, Training Sea...
Reviewer:Wendy Genre: M/M Sports Review:Complex and Lovely are two words that perfectly sum up this anxiously awaited for sequel to “Training Season”, one of my all-time favorite books. Sometimes it’s hard for a sequel to live up to the expectations of a first book that leaves such a lasting impre...
I loved being back with Matty and Rob, but I found myself frustrated and sad for a good part of the book. Not because the book was bad, but because it was hard to read these two men having such a hard, if not unexpected, time. Three years after the end of [b:Training Season|18781329|Training Seaso...