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    A geeky #gaymer and a hot SEAL - what could go wro

    Connection Error is book 3 in the #gamers series but you don’t need to have read the other books to enjoy this one. You should read the others though because they are fantastic; just like all of Annabeth Albert’s books! Her writing has the ability to transport me to another place – and keep me up all night if I start reading one of her books too late! I think I finished this one around 4:00 a.m. Josiah and Ryan both have their issues but they are trying to get past them. Josiah has adult ADHD and Ryan was severely injured when a SEAL mission went sideways. The unlikely couple-to-be meet when they are seatmates in first class on a flight that Josiah nearly missed. Ryan wasn’t even supposed to be in first class; an airline employee, grateful for his service, bumped him up. Ryan wants nothing more than to finish his rehab and return to military life, hopefully as an instructor. Josiah wants to excel in his first assignment as project manager. When their flight gets rerouted due to bad weather the two of them are kind of thrown together and things progress from there. #gaymers has been such a wonderful series but this book particularly touched my heart. I don’t personally know anyone with the injuries that Ryan has or anyone who has adult ADHD, but Ms. Albert’s author’s note at the end of the book describes all of the research she did to write this book and I’m sure that contributed to how authentic it seemed to me as I read it. This is a very hot story while at the same time it’s very sweet and compassionate. With both characters suffering from things they are unable to control I loved how Ms. Albert handled some of the difficult situations they found themselves in. Connection Error was another one of those stories that touched all of my emotions and had me in tears at times – my favorite kind!! I’ve heard that her next series will be about military guys and if they’re anything like Ryan I know they will be wonderful stories! ARC provided by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for my review. Review will be posted to Xtreme-Delusions dot com on or after release date.
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    Great story!

    I enjoyed reading all 3 book of this series, maybe you could write a book about all 6 characters 5 years later. 😁
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    I'm going to miss these characters!

    I really enjoyed this one and felt like it was very different from the previous two in the series, which was nice. Both Josiah and Ryan are out and comfortable with it and both have supporting families so that was a big difference from the other #gaymers books. Ryan and Josiah are a perfect alpha and beta couple and I loved that they created a solid friendship first. I loved how confident Ryan was about himself (though he had some insecurities about losing his legs); he’s easily the most Alpha character I’ve come across in a m/m romance — though I have to admit I’m new to the genre. Ryan was flirty and cocky and knew what he wanted and that was very attractive to Josiah (and me!). He was a bit hung up on his ex but the breakup was fairly recent and really messed with confidence so I get it. Josiah was also pretty adorable with all this weird quirks and his attempts to build up his confidence. I liked that Ryan and Josiah really built their friendship through their online gaming and emails and chat and that really allowed their relationship to build in a more casual manner before they really got serious. Watching Ryan go through his rehab and try to sort out his life was also really interesting because Annabeth Albert does a really good job of showing the good and bad of his situation. It was great to see how Josiah always supported Ryan and respected that Ryan wanted to do things on his own. He never made Ryan feel helpless or like the needed to be tended to. They were so sweet together!
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    Amazing Again

    WOW! I'm in love with all her characters! THey are so real and relatable and their feelings are deep and complex!

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