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Best Man (Sports Downunder #1)

3.29  ·  Rating Details  ·  52 Ratings  ·  6 Reviews
A society wedding-the celebration brings both joy and regret for groomsman Jesse Peters. Jesse wishes things were different and his dreams of becoming a professional rugby player didn't come between him and fellow groomsman and rugby teammate Grayson Lynford, the man he craves and has secretly lusted after for months. One chance encounter and everything changes-hot, steamy ...more
ebook, 55 pages
Published June 29th 2007 by Ellora's Cave
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Elisa Rolle
Grayson and Jesse are rugby playmates and now both best man for their friend Nolan. They all are invinted in the country manor of the father's bride and has to share a room together.

Grayson is very attracted by his friend but he has never made a move cause he doesn't think Jesse could be interested. But he is wrong, cause also Jesse is gay, but he fears that coming out he will put in danger his and Grayson's career as professional rugby player. But a photographer is hiding among the guests and h
Deanna Against Censorship
A short story that should have been longer. I liked the rugby background. Not the usual sport in the States. I liked the two main characters and I liked the bride and groom. It was just too short. It needed more of the blackmail mystery and more of the backgrounds of the two hot males.
Jan 25, 2011 Chris rated it it was ok
Shelves: romance, gay, short, 2011, ebook
Ok short m/m romance about two closeted rugby players and teammates, neither of whom knows the other is gay, who've been lusting after each other.
Chancey Knowles
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