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Daniel and Isaac are just as perfect for each other as Aden and Remy and Boston and Kaz.
Both are a bit broken and expect the other one to leave. I just love everything about them.
And as a bonus we get a bit more from my favourite couple Aden and Remy.
Can't wait for the next book!!
Does she understand gay male romance? That is a question you’ll never ask after reading this steamy book – a book that combines sports and men’s diversions – and sexual attraction and action.
This is the fourth novel in her series Low Blow and the story is so well mounted that it is unnecessary to have read Book 1 to get into this story. Almost with the first words Charity has upped the interest in the erotica of her story. ‘“Are you dating anyone?” Daniel’s question dragged Isaac from his fantasy of what those lips could do. “Are you asking for yourself or for a friend?” Daniel’s mouth lifted in one corner, making his smile the wickedest Isaac had ever seen. “I’m testing you. Which questions do you answer? How much do you care if the public knows? What’s off limits? So, are you seeing anyone?” “I see people all day,” Isaac said, biting back a smile.’
As this plot goes, 'Two men with no interest in being tied down. Each incapable of staying away from the other. Who will be the first to break? For years, Daniel has traveled the world, enjoying the benefits of his position with the Daily Sports Report. He’s always loved all things sports. This is his passion. He’s never met a man who can tempt him to slow down. No promises of love can match the dream he’s already living, until Isaac. Isaac isn’t starving for anything. He’s closer to achieving his dreams than ever, thanks to the world’s best trainer taking him in. Men throw themselves his way, keeping him fed sexually. Isaac doesn’t need a relationship holding him back. That is, until a sexy sports journalist invites Isaac back to his hotel room. No matter how hard the men try avoiding each other, they can’t seem to stop crossing paths. An attraction becomes a connection. A connection becomes an obsession. If they’re not careful, an obsession will become a love worth losing everything for.
Hot? Yes, just start with the cover. Charity hits with a winner again. Grady Harp, September 17
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This starts off as just a wonderful love story. Isaac and Daniel happen to meet and connect. I LOVE how Daniel later reflects on this meeting. (Can't say more....spoilers, but suffice to say Daniel is a tricky s.o.b.) They fall more and more in love until an abrupt shift happens. The rocky part of their relationship nearly brought me to tears (darn, this author makes me cry probably more than any other). These guys were so bad at communicating with each other. One of the blocks to their communication is a very serious topic but in this short romance, the serious topic isn't really addressed much, and I wouldn't expect it to be. It's romantic fiction.
The writing is fabulous, as always. There are things characters say that make me laugh out loud. At one point, Aden ( a secondary character in this book but the main character in a prior book) walks past someone flirting with his husband. He doesn't miss a beat as he passes by and mutters, "Make better life choices before I am forced to kill you." Oookaaay then! :)
There were cute exchanges between Daniel and Isaac, especially when they were texting each other. Every one of those was great! And next up we have Mateo's book, which I will be snapping up because the blurb sounds great!