- File Size: 1977 KB
- Print Length: 100 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: November 4, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00NIB9QXK
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #262,665 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Winterball (Reedsville Roosters Book 1) Kindle Edition
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I also couldn't really believe Evan's affections for Bart. Since Evan was basically a hetero man-whore it seemed very odd that he would want Bart for anything more than a steamy romp. Which brings me to the sex. It was okay but certainly not the kind of sweet coupling one would expect from two people supposedly into each other. Evan seemed to want affection and sweet love making, Bart was all about banging as hard and fast as he could.
I felt there was no longevity for the characters. Evan seemed to want to be taken home by Bart because this would make him feel worthwhile as a person and, although Bart said he was welcome any time, he seemed to miss the point (or perhaps the author did) that Evan was trying to make about feeling like he belonged to someone. All in all, I felt the characters were good for one night of mediocre sex but there was no way that Evan is going to stay gay and faithful to Bart when Bart is an emotional brick wall and is not allowing Evan to get close to him. A little more true affection and some visual feeling between the characters, including a better ending, would have gone a long way to making this story great. Sadly this didn't hit a home run for me.
The two men meet at the ball in the Den of Sin, strangely enough paired up for the weekend. The reason for Evan being there, is actually his wish to gain some experience in a man-on-man action since he feels attraction to Bart and he is uncertain if it is real or how he should approach Bart. It takes some communicating, but at the end even if Bart no longer plays the baseball, he still continues to call the shots.
The story is too short to develop the characters properly and therefore it sometimes feels as a bit hanging. But it was entertaining enough to give it 4 stars.
Bart is a catcher who is ready to retire. Evan is a young pitcher on his way up. Evan is terrified of having to work with a different catcher since he and Bart work so well together. Evan will do just about anything to convince Bart not to retire.
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I loved the resistance at the romance on Bart’s end, as he isn’t interested on having anything to do with a straight guy, especially if it is a team colleague.Read more