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  • Out of the park

    This is the 2nd book in the HIM series. This book should be read in order. In order for the reader to have complete understanding of the story and/or the series please read in order intended by the author(s). The story continues almost a year later. We are back into Jamie and Wes working with their hockey teams. Jamie coaching, and Wes playing on the NHL team. Happy and together, but are they? Wes feels the pressure put on him by his parents to keep his lifestyle a secret. He asks Jamie to stay in the closet and keep his secret. They live a very sheltered and quiet life, where they do not feel like going out with their friends. Jamie is starting to feel the pressure of keeping the secret. He wants the world to know this man is his. He would prefer to shout it everywhere anyone would hear. Will it tear them apart if he voices his concerns? This book was just as good, if not better than the original. I do not say this lightly. I am literally blown away with the impact of such a strong love story. This is a relationship we should all aspire to have at home. Hopefully, the authors let us revisit this series often. ***This ARC copy was given in exchange for an honest review.

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  • Boy X Boy + Love & Hockey

    These authors make magic together. I am in love with their characters. Wes and Jamie manage to be larger than life and an everyday couple simultaneously. Wes wants to wait until after his rookie season in the NHL before he lets this world know they’re a couple, but neither man knew the toll keeping secrets would take on their lives. I adore a couple with a long history of friendship. Wes and Jamie were best friends as boys, before sex came into the picture. They grew up playing hockey together. They're frisky and sincere with their affections, and they know one another on every level. These guys obviously have the love, but this story is about whether or not they can make a romance work long term. Us has comedy and good-natured banter. I smiled and chuckled a lot. It also has some really deep moments. I got all teary-eyed several times. I wasn't expecting it to be as emotional as it was for me. It has loads of heart, great people and interesting relationships. This book is definitely my kind of read, and if you enjoyed Him, it should be a perfect fit for you also.

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  • Emotional but brilliant

    I'm not normally one for getting emotional when reading, but this book had me on the edge of my seat. I was almost crying reading it at one point. It also made me realise how lucky I am to be engaged to the man of my dreams with nothing to keep hidden. Definitely recommend this book and the others in the series.

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  • Fans of Him will want to read Us

    You won't regret reading Us. It's not as strong as Him but Jamie and Wes will capture your heart all over again. Their new relationship gets tested in the shadows of the closet they are forced to keep their love life in. It proves to be much harder then they thought. Hectic schedules and pushy new neighbour and teammate Blake cut into their quality time and suddenly their 'honeymoon' period slams to a halt. Not all the drama fully convinced but the story is so well written, with so much heart and humor, I am happy to read all the twists and turns anyway. Blake is annoying at first but ended loving him to bits. Happy to hear he's getting his own story, which will have more of Wes and Jamie again as well. This universe isn't over yet. More hockey and more Toronto!

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  • 10,000 STARS!!!

    I just spent the entire day with Jamie and Wes. I didn't think I could love them any more than I did when I read Him. Jamie's road of self discovery was so fun to read about in that book. Us brings us on their journey of being a couple during Wes's rookie season in the NHL. Wes wants to prove that he is a good hockey player before he becomes the poster child for gay hockey players. He asks Jamie for just 1 season before they come out. So they are in the closet. Living together. This is so much harder than they thought it would be. My heart. Oh my heart had a work out during this book. While Him was a light, fun, sexy read, this book (while also funny and sexy) definitely pulled on my heart strings more. I wanted to dive in and protect my boys from all the stupid people in the world. Things I loved about this book: ~ The writing. It always amazes me when two authors write a book. It seems like it might be choppy or that you could tell where one author left off and the other began. But Elle and Sarina have it down. I love each author's writing and together it's just magic. I will read any book they write. Individual. Separate. Whatever. ~ Unpredictable plot. I thought I knew what was going to happen but they threw a couple of curve balls at me. I really appreciate it when authors do that. I read so much that sometimes books tend to blur in my mind. But I won't confuse Wes and Jamie's story with any one else!! ~Wes and Jamie. These two main characters are so easy to fall in love with. ~ The banter. The texting. The skyping. The chemistry. GAH! ~ Secondary characters. I LOVE Blake. At first I was so totally annoyed by him popping in and ruining the ONE place that Wes and Jamie can show each other affection. But, you just can't help but love him. And his mother, for that matter. She was hilarious at the games with her choice of words. LOL. ~ Jamie's family. I love his mom. Just love her. I just want to hug her. I'm so glad Wes and Jamie have Jamie's family to support them. ~ The ending!!!!! I love the ending. I'm so proud of these boys. I love watching them grow throughout the book and become better people. Things I did not love about this book: nothing. I can't think of one thing I would change about it!!! #MDISH #Howhardisit? Bottom line: READ THIS BOOK!!! But start with Him!!!

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