Gay Erotic Romance
Series: Training Season Series
Paperback: 360 pages
Publisher: Leta Blake Books (May 11, 2015)
Amazon: Training Complex (Training Season Series Book 2)
Amazon Kindle: Training Complex (Training Season Series Book 2)
Buckle up – Matty's back! Figure skater Matty Marcus didn't capture Olympic gold, but he won rancher Rob Lovely's heart. After Rob sold his ranch and Matty hung up his skates, they started a new life together in New York City. Now Matty has taken on a fresh challenge as a figure skating coach, and Rob's second career as a physical therapist should be everything he's dreamed of. But in the brutal heat of their third summer in the city, Rob yearns for the wide-open country, and the intensity of city life awakens Matty's demons. Matty asks for increasingly intense BDSM scenes, and his disordered eating and erratic behavior ramp up the stakes. Rob struggles to stay in control, and after a well-intentioned anniversary gift goes awry, he still thinks he can handle the fallout. But the concrete jungle is closing in and his coping skills are unraveling. Their love is deep, but Rob will have to admit the truth about what he really wants before they both tumble into chaos.
An enjoyable story about a country man who'd do anything for his city lover, the love of his life, even endure the BDSM scenes that Matty craves so he can deal with his new reality. He won't be competing any longer, at least not for the olympics. Now he coaches but his eating disorder is still intact, although he tries to cover it from everyone. An opportunity materializes and he gets an offer to teach in Denver, where they eventually bought a property in the outskirts of the city, thus having a city nearby but still have what Rob craved, peace and quiet in the country. I read the first two books so I could follow the story and give it a fair rating and boy! Am I glad I did. Quite entertaining! I'll definitely read more from this author!
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