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We all know the formula, and we all love the stories. Boy meets boy, one's a closeted jock and the other's a sweet college student with a heart of gold. The jock is always cautious and worried how others will perceive him. The gay protagonist is always too good to be true, and dare we say, dumb? Then it's all forbidden glances, angst, and misunderstandings, right? Well, this isn't one of those stories.
Brennan Martell is an angry, guarded narcissist with a violent streak. Warner Carrington is an obsessive, dominant football player who's a borderline sociopath. However, things are seldom black and white. In this steamy romance novel, these anti-heroes collide, and their chemistry ignites like a nuclear warhead. But is this a match made in heaven or somewhere farther south?
©2017 Keegan Kennedy (P)2017 Keegan Kennedy
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By DanBudda on 10-06-17

Not enough sex, too much farcical plot

The Homecoming was far superior to this bilge. Far, far too long and so many dumber than dumb plot contrivances that the story is ruined. There’s not a decent sex scene until several hours into this mess and even then only a few. With so many of Keegan’s other, superior works available to record, why was this one chosen? Whoever made the call on this one did no one any favors. I love Keegan’s work overall, but this is a major misfire. If Keegan is moving away from his hot, often disturbing fiction to potboiler fiction like this, it’s a big mistake. The narrator was very good, as usual.

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