Wednesday, 17 May 2017

The Understatement of the Year

The Understatement of the Year (The Ivy Years #3) 

Book Review: ♥ ♥

What a perfect ending! 5 stars easy

I love this series, but unfortunately, I only have one book left to read.

They were high school best friends and more, but kids can be cruel. It ended in disaster, and neither of them ever got over what they had lost.

John Rikker moved away during high school and left Michael Graham behind, but he wasn't the one who betrayed his best friend. Rikker has never had it easy. All he wants to do is play hockey and keep his head down. Unfortunately, his team doesn't feel the same way. He is kicked off the college team for being gay! His Uncle finds a loophole and gets him a transfer to Harkness college. The problem is that this is Michaels team.

Michael is the straightest gay guy anyone could know. He so far in the closet it's controlling his life and affecting his sleep. Now Rikker is back on his radar, and he is a walking disaster.

This story isn't all fluffy and fairytales. It's raw and shows the lonely side of accepting yourself. One guy is out and friendless, and the other is living an impossible lie. The understatement of the year is about finding happiness and forgetting about what others think. Of course, there is some hockey in there too ;-P.

ebook £3.99, 300 pages
Published October 15th 2014

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