Genre: M/M New Adult
Format: ebook via Netgalley
Length: 272 pages
Publisher: Forever Yours (May 6, 2014)
This new adult, male/male romance will capture the audience who fell in love with Nyrae Dawn's Games Trilogy.
For the love of the game.
Brandon Chase has always defined himself by one thing: football. Tough and athletic, he is a great college player who enjoys the hard hits and the sweaty grind of the gridiron. But when Brandon is injured, only one person can help him get back on track-a forbidden love he's desperately tried to put behind him.
Alec Andrews has never quite forgiven Brandon for walking away when their friendship turned into something more. But he can't deny help to one of his closest friends. As the two spend the long, hot summer working together, their old attraction comes flooding back.
Now as Alec thinks about coming out to his conservative family and Brandon considers revealing he's a gay football player, the two men must be strong to fight for a love that could be the greatest rush of their lives.
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Oh my god. Where do I even begin with this review?
I'm sure most of you have read a book that had you turning the pages faster and faster, you become emotionally invested in the characters, and once you turn the last page, you sit on your ass and just try to take it all in. Yup, Rush is that book for me. I wanted to reach through the pages and hug the hell out of Brandon and Alec.
Alec is getting closer to a new guy, Logan, but when Brandon has an accident, Alec goes to see him. We get to see Brandon and Alec's journey from young guys who discover that there's more than friendship between them, to two college-aged guys trying to rekindle what they once had.
This book make me laugh, super ugly cry, and believe that no matter the gender of the people in love, they will find a way to be together. Rush is raw, real and heart wrenching. It is one of my favorite reads this year.
My first Nyrae Dawn book and I feel a one-click spree coming on.
Brandon was the one who acted first on what we felt. He was the one who touched me first, and kissed me first and told me that he was falling for me. He'd been scared as hell but he'd done it.