- File Size: 4737 KB
- Print Length: 232 pages
- Publication Date: November 14, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B076FKSNJS
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #138,406 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I've been a fan of Toni Aleo's books for some time and I was excited that she decided to try her hand at a M/M novel. I'm so happy to say that she did a fantastic job with it and I was very impressed.
Wells Lumiere and Matty Haverbrooke are both NHL players and both are gay. They've been in a relationship for some time, however Wells is out and proud, but Matty is having more difficulty with coming out. It's complicated due to the fact his father is the Commissioner of the NHL and he knows he's not going to handle it well. When Wells finally levels an ultimatum that he wants to be completely out with Matty, the relationship ultimately ends when Matty just isn't ready.
Fast forward in time and Matty learns that Wells is about to marry someone else, it spurs Matty into action and he seeks out his former flame on his wedding day. Will Matty make it to the church in time? And, if so, will the two of them be able to navigate the rocky waters that will certainly be presented when Matty finally confesses to who he really is?
What I loved about this story is the fact that we had an already established couple and they were dealing more with the external influences on their relationship rather than whether or not they were in love and wanted to be together. It was a different take and it was refreshing. I enjoyed both Matty and Wells and having their families involved was a great treat as well. This story kept me engaged from the start and I look forward to whatever Toni offers up to us next!
Their story was so much more than just a second chance romance. This was a story of redemption and sacrifice. It was a story about finally letting your fears go and being who you really are.
I was not a fan of Matty in the beginning but I gave him the benefit of the doubt because I really disliked Alex. As the story went on I realized that like Matty there are probably so many other men and boys who fear how society will judge and treat them. It’s how our world works. Toni truly wrote a compelling, relatable story.
I love how Toni can weave her characters and series together creating a phenomenal story. If you’ve read Toni’s previous books then you’ll know that Matty and Wells’ story spans over many books and Toni weaved their story so we got glimpses of other angles like from In the Crease.
This book will give you all the feels. You will not be disappointed with the story Toni wrote and will be flipping those pages to fall in love with that story faster. Don’t be scared because it’s M/M because gah … Toni can write romance and this was no exception. Kuddos to her for another amazing story.
Wells Lemiere and Matty Haverbrooke have a love like no other. They will have to overcome so many obstacles and get through so many hard times but when you love someone you know you need to stand by that person no matter what.
The emotions that come through the pages will have you at times laughing out loud, feeling that tear fall from your eye and even fight the frustration you feel but at the end of it all you will feel that Heartwarming feeling that you knew would be there.
You will see many of the amazing characters from previous reads but the one person to me who stood out is Thea Haverbrooke ( Matty’s mom) she was an absolute inspirational character and so poignant in the story that you can’t help saying she should be everyone’s Mom.
So if you are looking for a book that you can possibly say is a best read of 2017 than this is the one you want to get.