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- Print Length: 232 pages
- Publication Date: November 14, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B076FKSNJS
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- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #19,924 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Wells Lemiere was an openly gay NHL player. He was gorgeous, funny, talented, loyal to family and friends and all around a well loved and respected guy. We met him in previous Assassin books, but most recently in In the Crease as Wren’s brother. We also learned that he was about to marry a man that was his rebound after a break up from the love of his life that wouldn’t come out as gay. Wells was tired of being a secret and wanted more out of life.
Matthew “Matty” Haverbrook was a professional NHL player and the son of the NHL Commissioner. We had snippets of him in previous books and he was an angry dude and frankly a total dick in every way. He had been gay since middle school but was refusing to acknowledge it publicly, feeling he would be rejected by his family and the league. He found his true love in Wells but lost it when he refused to come out openly. Two Man Advantage began with Matty showing up to stop Wells wedding.
I was looking forward to this one but also a little apprehensive, knowing that Aleo had a huge challenge in recreating Matty. There was not a single morsel of goodness in Matty in Hooked by Love, Bellevue Bullies book three. He was horrendous to his twin sister, Avery. And when I say nothing good, I mean 100% pure evil, so yea, trying to redeem him was a Mt Everest like uphill battle. However, I really loved how Aleo tackled it. I felt it was realistic and he had to work hard for a redemption and becoming a man of honor.
Two Man Advantage was a journey of acceptance, forgiveness, healing, making the past right, coming out and all of the challenges associated with each one. For me, Aleo painted a realistic picture. At times it was painful and other times it was joyful, but at each turn, it was emotional.
Aleo also included characters from past books that we had come to love. They added humor, playful bantering and boat loads of support. As a bonus, we also received a peek into Matty’s other siblings, which I’m hopeful will lead to additional books.
All in all, I was captivated from the beginning to the end and couldn’t get enough. Although it was written as a standalone, I believe I enjoyed it more because I knew the struggle from previous books. I have no idea where Aleo is taking us next, but I totally can’t wait. Kudos to Aleo for a well written and outstanding story!
To say I was on the fence was an understatement. I first met Matty in Hooked by Love (Bullies Series) and Wells in In the Crease (Assassins Series). I did NOT like Matty Haverbrooke one bit. I instantly fell in love with Wells and his sense of humor.
When I opened Two-Man I was borderline psychotic, lol. But, it is one of the best love stories I have read.
You go from their initial meeting to the hardest choice Wells has to make for his sanity. From the get go, Matty had His hold on Wells and he couldn't let him go.
Wells had to try and move on and it was not easy for him. He only wanted Matty to live out and proud, not hiding what they had.
To see this LOVE story play out and the forgiveness, growth and strength from Matty easily turned me around.
Get your read on!!!!
The emotions that Matty and Wells go through to fight for acceptance from Matty’s family and the support they get from other family and friends is what makes this a great story!!! Read it, you won’t regret it!!!!