elisa_rolle (elisa_rolle) wrote,

Double Full (A Nice Guys Series) by Kindle Alexander

I have already told in the past, Kindle Alexander knows the rules of romance and she applies them good. The sport themed romance is one classical, and even if I’m not a sport fan in real life, I don’t know why but it’s a story I have always liked to read and see in movie. So much that, if I have to find a fault in this novel, is that there isn’t much sport action (and please, believe me, I’m that woman who always change channel when the sport is on, and has probably seen an entire soccer game only when my country was winning the World Championship). The story is instead more intimate, almost all played within four walls, far from the big city and the loud that can distract these two men from what is important, their love.

When the story starts, both Colt than Jace are young, and in a way, naïve; Colt is like a teenager with first love, looking from afar the object of his desires, but when he had the chance to catch him, he is thirsty for love, wanting everything, in every place and in every way. He doesn’t think, he doesn’t plan, and it will hit back hard. He is not ready to react, as I said, they are young, not hardened enough from life.

10 years later, they are changed, but their love is still there and Colt takes a wild chance. In a way, I saw the younger Colt in that move, the one who pounced on Jace in the locker room. It was like he went in hibernation for 10 years, and only now he has come back.

I really love the surprise Dr Knox has in side for Jace and Colt (cannot say much to not spoil the book), it was a truly sweet and romantic touch.

Series: A Nice Guys Novel
Paperback: 272 pages
Publisher: Kindle Alexander LLC. (October 8, 2013)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0989117375
ISBN-13: 978-0989117371
Amazon: Double Full (A Nice Guys Novel)
Amazon Kindle: Double Full (A Nice Guys Novel)

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Tags: author: kindle alexander, genre: contemporary, length: novel, review, theme: sports

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