Got the post-Olympic blues? Here are four steamy gay romances to take the edge off your craving
If you're a little bit sad that the games are over, or find yourself suddenly pining over social media darlings like Adam Rippon and counting the days til the next figure skating competition, you're in good company. The world has Olympic Fever right now, and it's not going away just because the games are over. So here are my top four gay romance recommendations for taking the Olympic-blues edge off right now.
September 21, 2017
Two-Man Advantage (Players of LA #3) by Leigh Carman #BookReview #HockeyRomance
In the GraveTells review of Leigh Carman's TWO-MAN ADVANTAGE, find out what makes the chemistry between bad boy, misbehaving hockey star Victor and publicity "fixer" Bowen such a scorching connection. An unexpectedly deep and impactful read, Two-Man Advantage is a MUST READ for lovers of kinky, gay sports romance with an edge and is a GraveTells TOP PICK!
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