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Best Chance: M/M Romance (More Than Friends) (Volume 6) Paperback – February 19, 2015
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However, as with all of Aria Grace's books, I can do without the 2, 3 or more graphic and detailed sex scenes. If I wanted to read PORN I'd find other kinds of books! Also, the books in this series aren't that thick, only 236 pages, so I'm glad their only around 10 bucks. I'd be pissed if I spent 15 dollars for a novel I find online and get a little more than a short story.
I've liked all the books in this series and this was no exception.
Chance and Vinnie were in high school together and they were each others first when it came to hand and blow jobs. However, when they went back to school, Chance took up with a girl whom he later married and left Vinnie.
Fast forward 10 years. Vinnie is a bar tender at a local bar and Chance is a part owner of a gym. One night Chance walks into the bar by accident and reconnects with Vinnie.
One morning, the conversation turns to kids, with Vinnie saying the doesn't want kids. That's a problem because Chance has a 15 month old boy. Upset he leaves.
This book does suffer from miscommunication between the 2 MCs. A bit of angst until Vinnie accidenta
I will start out by saying that this one can be read as a standalone. When I read numbers 3 & 4, I felt they had to be read in order for the setup in number 4 to be completely understood. Best Chance does not require reading of the first 5 in the More Than Friends series.
Now, to be more specific of my review of Best Chance. I loved Vinnie and Chance. No simpler way to say it, they were likeable and very much the “guy next door” kind of people. As with so many stories out there, so much could have been avoided with a simple act of communication, but then where would the fun be in that? Generally, supporting characters don’t steal the show but I have to say Vinnie’s friend and business partner, Maggie, does just that. She completely owns every scene she’s in, no matter how minor a part she may play in that moment, it’s all her.
Sometimes, in short stories/novellas the relationships can feel a bit rushed but not this time. Would it be a better story if it was longer so that Vinnie and Chance’s connection could be explored more fully? Sure, but this time it’s not a necessity since we get to see snippets of the summer they spent together in high school to help us realize that this isn’t a love at first sight kind of pairing.
I’d like to add that the “explicit heat level” to me is borderline. When I think of explicit in those terms I often think of terms of quantity. There really isn’t a lot of sex in Best Chance, but what there is, is definitely “fanning yourself” kind of hot. Having said that, it sounds like it’s more porn than storytelling but that is just not what Aria Grace gives us. The sex is as beautifully and tastefully written as the rest of the story.
I received a free copy of this book from the author and am leaving a voluntary review.
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