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  • Another excellent Bergman book!

    I’m a big fan of Chloe Liese and Bergman #5 did not disappoint! I could have finished this in a day had I not been at work- it was that good. Excellent, respectful representation, as I’ve come to expect from her. My only negative was wanting more from Gavin’s backstory, his upbringing and trauma, since it plays a big part in his personality and philanthropy. [Also don’t hate me, but babies in romance do nothing for me!]

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  • This book made me smile from start to

    This is a mens love story between two professional athletes who play soccer on the same team, one with anxiety and the other with chronic pain. The age gap goes perfectly with the sunshine grump duality that opens to vulnerability and the strength in them . Ollie is not only the perfect sunshine but also one of the funniest brothers along with Viggo and in the previous books they always made me smile, and with his own story I didn't stop smiling even when he had me on the verge of tears when he opened his heart and lowered the guard. Gavin is the Grumpy for whom it is inevitable to fall in love with the guard up, trying to keep his distance after the experience in the difficult world of European football where fame and money play an important role in the lives of athletes . In this book one of the biggest plow twists is the passage of time, four years after the last book, and Ollie is in a great moment of his career, playing for the LA Galaxy when he is offered to be co-captain with his childhood hero and captain of his team, the problem is that they have been playing together for two years and have never been able to find the right point to get along off the pitch. Despite all Ollie's smiles and good gestures. . Gavin is in the last stretch of his career and when he is told that he will be sharing his captain's position with the annoying and happy new star on the rise, he can't avoid feeling that the inevitable end is coming, what he least expect is to end up getting closer to him and getting to know him without the prejudice and the barriers that he usually puts up to protect himself . The growth of both characters and how they find each other is something I love about Chloe Liese's books, the representation of characters in which one can reflect and open up.

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