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    4.5 stars- A near perfect cap to this couple’s sto

    A Deeper Blue is the second book in the Rules of Possession series which follows the story of lifelong best friends turned lovers, Blue and Kelly. As this is really a continuation of the first book, I wouldn’t consider it a standalone. While I thoroughly enjoyed the first book in the series, I did find it a little frustrating to not get as much solid commitment and time with the couple as I wanted. A Deeper Blue rectified that, offering up that perfect ending to a really sweet romance that brimmed with chemistry, clever wit, and an intense connection that couldn’t be dampened. Each time I read a book by this author, I’m struck at how easy the flow is. The dialogue and narrative complement each other well and really highlight the characters’ individual personalities, making them come alive in a way that draws me in and keeps me invested throughout the book. A Deeper Blue certainly is no exception. The style was easy but detailed and the pace measured, offering a nice balance of sweet romance and believable conflicts as Kelly and Blue navigated having a significant, but secretive, relationship. Though some of this angst was a carryover from the first book, it felt more honest and less drug out than in Blueprint, and I didn’t find myself frustrated this time around. In fact, some of the resolutions and plot points surprised me by taking an unexpected path and reaffirming just how good this couple was together. There was also a considerable increase in the heat level in the second book, meaning both the emotional and physical chemistry between Blue and Kelly was fantastic. And of course, I cannot ignore the banter and humor that never failed to bring a smile to my face. A Deeper Blue proved to be an excellent conclusion for this friends-to-lovers romance, and one I’d happily recommend. *Reviewed for Alpha Book Club*
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    A good read

    The enjoyable story of Blue and Kelly continues in A Deeper Blue. It makes for a good read. The pair are struggling to come to grips with being a couple while Blue must find a way to protect his football career and Kelly must learn to compromise, and then deal with dissatisfaction.
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    I did not like Blue!

    Independent reviewer for Divine Magazine, I was gifted my copy of this book. A year ago, Kelly and Blue took the friendship to a whole other level. But Blue plays football, and doesn't wanna come out yet. He just needs to bide his time. Kelly, however, is growing impatient with Blue. Can Blue keep Kelly happy, while he gets himself together? This is book two in the Rules of Possession duet, and you NEED to read book one, The Blueprint, first. I listened to book one, and I said that I found that the narrator for Blue didn't quite for me, even though Sean Crisden is a firm favourite of mine. However, since READING book two, I've decided it's NOT the narrator, but Blue himself who is the problem! I could hear Kelly when I read his chapters, but not so much Blue. I connected better to Kelly than Blue. I loved Kelly, but Blue?? Nah, wanted to punch him so bad! Keeping Kelly happy is Blue's number one priority, but he still has to work, to play football, and to leave Kelly from time to time and that does rather kill Blue. He DOES love Kelly, that much is obvious, but he just can't come out yet, not to everyone else. BUT everyone else? Those around Blue and Kelly all the time?? THEY know, they knew BEFORE Kelly and Blue did! When a couple of players voice what they know, and Blue gets caught kissing Kelly on their vacation, he knows he has to come out. And he does. I just *insert sigh* expected the fall out of that to be . . . MORE . . . you know?? Blue goes on about how big a deal it is, to come out as a football player, about how BAD it will be, and I expected the fall out to be nuclear. But it's more of a damp firework, to be honest! I DID enjoy reading this, but the thing I struggled the most with was Blue himself. But Kelly's voice is so strong, it balances out Blue perfectly. And the story rounded off beautifully, in a very Kelly way! 4 solid stars
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