Devlin Miski thought coming out on national TV would be the hardest part about being a gay football player. But it's when his press conference is over that the trouble really starts.
The athletic tiger and his boyfriend Lee, a fox with a tongue as quick as his wit, still won't get many breaks in their fight for understanding. They'll need to deal with a stubborn reporter determined to get a story any way he can, furious parents, and hostile teammates - not to mention each other.
All's fair in love and war - and this is both.
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Significantly better than the first.
Lee- he seemed to get the effeminate fox down far better than the tough "straight" acting tiger.
Yes, I was nearly late for work several times as I sat in my car needing to hear a few minutes more.
The story is top notch as Gold is known for. The reader has significantly improved since the first book, finally finding his confidence and step, as well as pacing himself as he reads. I listen to the HQ version though, so when chapters end you can still faintly hear the click of his mouse as he stopped the recording >.<. He also sometimes loses the voice of the character he's narrating for a sentence, but quickly picks it back up.
I enjoyed it