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    This one just about broke me.

    Final Shot is book two of the Overtime series which is about Victor and Dan who were first introduced in V.L. Locey's Point Shot Trilogy. The couple also appeared in Coach's Challenge, book three of the Cayuga Cougars series. Having said all of that I think you can read this without reading the Point Shot Trilogy or Coach's Challenge but you do need to read Rebound before you read Final Shot. While it's not specifically stated in the book, I think this story takes place several years after the end of Rebound. Vic and Dan have been in Boston for quite a while now and things have been going great but that will soon change in this story. Rebound was told from Victor's point of view and now Final Shot is told from his husband Dan's. Wow, this book really brought out all of the feels. The blurb lets you know that the couple are in for some really tough times but I still wasn't really prepared for everything that there was in Final Shot. It's angsty and snarky and so sad in places but V.L. Locey didn't let me down; there was a really good HEA for Dan and Victor. There really isn't much more to say without giving away too much of the story. If you have read the previous books about Dan and Vic you absolutely don't want to miss this one. There's a fantastic teaser at the back for the next book which will be about Vic and Dan's son Jack and takes another jump in time of several years. I really can't wait to read a story that's devoted to a character as special as Jack has been in the previous books. A copy of this book was provided to me but my review was voluntary and not influenced by the author. ***Reviewed for Xtreme-Delusions dot com***

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