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    A personal myth buster!

    I haven't read very many books featuring males as the the romantic love interests. I've enjoyed the few that I have, but none as much as this one. This will be the book I compare all future new adult m/m books too and I don't say that lightly. I've always understood and accepted homosexuality, but I wasn't ever able to bring myself to read romance novels about it. I've certainly read my fair share of erotica with menages, but two guys by them selves wasn't ever a priority. I'm not exactly sure why but I discounted the feelings and emotions guys can have. I thought I wouldn't feel the same emotional connection as I would with a heterosexual couple or be able to relate to the protagonists. I was wrong. I was really surprised by how much I could relate to Wes. He comes across as confident and secure, yet when it comes to Jaime, the person he's loved for so long, he's skittish and terrified. I understood why his fears and his reasons even when he said and did things I didn't think were helpful or right. I loved Wes's personality. He was wild and up for anything. He was also kind, considerate, caring, driven, and talented. He knew what he wanted to do and he was going to make it happen. I loved how he was himself and didn't try to fit into whatever mold others wanted him to. I really liked Jaime too. Compared to Wes he was more relaxed and laid back. I loved the wisdom he gave as a counselor to his campers. It was as deep as it was simple. While I feel like Jaime had the upper hand in the relationship, I liked how he never abused it. I also felt like Jaime was the wild card in the story. Even being in both his and Wes's head never really made what they wanted completely clear. I loved the insight I got from it. I loved how Jaime was with his family. They were such an open, loving bunch. I completely got why Wes envied Jaime for that; Wes's parents were horrendous. Wes and Jaime had some amazing emotional and physical chemistry. I knew from the get go Wes was attracted to Jaime, but it was interesting watching Jaime figure out what he wanted. The intimate scenes between them were scorching hot. I mean I was seriously turned on! This book was full of surprises for me. I was surprised by how often I laughed and even by a few tears. Even more so were how many of my misconceptions about m/m romance were dispelled. Sarina Bowen and Elle Kennedy did a phenomenal job at writing this book. It's written seamlessly and you can't tell where one started writing and the other stopped. I'd definitely recommend this book to people looking for characters with a strong emotional connection with lots of hot, steamy sex!
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    Wowzers

    I wasnt sure how I, as a hetrosexual 30 something female was going to connect with the characters in a M/M love story, but these authors are brilliant and made me fall in love with both the characters and story line. I didnt expect to be so moved, but I found myself on the verge of tears several times during the story. It was so well written with some truly beautiful phrasing and suckered me in so much I read it all in one sitting. I definitely recommend this for anyone with an open mind who isnt put off by some man on man lovin' 😊 5 stars
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    Hockey, Pucks, Sticks~ Jaime and Ryan.... Swoon!

    Being in the NHL is the one thing that Ryan Wesley and his father agree on. It is the one thing that has kept him going, it's his future and he loves it more than anything else in his life. Well, except for his best friend Jaime Canning. The one thing he has loved that he pushed out of his life. Jaime has spent the last four years trying to figure out what happened to his best friend, what he did to be cut out of his life so suddenly after spending every summer at Hockey camp. Are you ready for sparks to fly? A friendship to rekindle? A romance? You will get all three and more in this book about acceptance and love. Ryan and Jaime grow through out this book, they grow as individuals and they grow as a couple. I love reading a book that not only fills my heart and soul but also gives me insight to something different and new. Sarina and Elle partner up and give me insight to the fear of coming out, not only to your colleagues but to the public in general. I mean I know that the insensitivity in this world exists but when I read how Ryan and Jaime deal with it it breaks my heart. In short this book is more than a romance, it is a glimpse into reality a part of life that some have to go through just to love one another. So, if your looking for a book that fills your heart and soul, you got it in spades!
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    I was always Him

    Jamie and Ryan were good friends that met up every summer at hockey camp and kept in touch during the rest of the year. But Ryan abruptly puts end to their friendship without any explanation. Several years later and Jamie still hasn’t got over it and Ryan still feels guilty over it. A chance encounter will bring them into each other lives again and once Ryan confesses the reason behind him ending their friendship, they first re-kindle their original relationship, but then it grows into something more. Although this book can be read as a stand-alone, with a perfectly good ending, it’s more than worth it to read the follow-up book “US”.
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    Very enjoyable

    I have no idea how I ended up with hockey porn on my Kobo - get away from me, hockey! - but this was a seriously enjoyable read. Loved the guys, loved the romance, loved the storyline.
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