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If he risks his heart, can he keep his head in the game?
To win gold, figure skater Alex Grady must train harder than the competition morning, noon, and night. He’s obsessed with mastering another quadruple jump, and due to the lack of filter between his mouth and brain, doesn’t have a lot of friends. As for a boyfriend, forget it. So what if he’s still a virgin at twenty? The Olympics are only every four years—everything else can wait. Relationships are messy and complicated anyway, and he has zero room in his life for romance.
So it’s ridiculous when Alex finds himself checking out his boring new training mate Matt Savelli. Calm, collected “Captain Cardboard” is a nice guy, but even if Alex had time to date, Matt’s so not his type. Yet beneath Matt’s wholesome surface, there’s a dirty, sexy man who awakens a desire Alex has never experienced and can’t deny…
Note: This gay romance from Keira Andrews features opposites attracting, new adult angst, sexual discovery, and of course a happy ending.
First published as a YA novel in 2010. This new version has been extensively rewritten, updated, and expanded
DNF @ 33%
This is an absolute first for me!!! I’ve never DNF anything Keira has written. I’m a little disappointed that I couldn’t get through this book. It started from the very beginning for me. I didn’t like the tone of the story, didn’t like the character right away. That’s a big problem to me, and it took me days to make it that far. I’ve put off reading this book because I didn’t like it. I did try to make it to 50% but I was not going to force myself to do it.
There’s nothing much I can say I enjoyed, well maybe seeing Matty Marcus name in another book featuring Figure Skating. There’s nothing more that interested me. I’m going to keep this short since I didn’t get far. From what I did try to digest, the main character was a self-centered, unlikable character to me and fellow skaters. I didn’t enjoy his no mouth to brain filter. It got old after a while, and I didn’t like the information dump on figure skating. I didn’t care to much about that. All in all, this was a complete bust for me by this author. Don’t let this book deter you, Keira Andrews pen game is way stronger then this. I can’t love them all, but this was one I didn’t expect to not even finish.