The headline "Quarterbacks Garnett, Patton, Rumored to be Gay" greets Cache Garnett the morning after he wins the football championship, and defeats his biggest rival, Eric Patton. Facing a potentially career-ending knee injury, the last thing Cache wants to deal with is speculation about
Professional football is a stage, setting, and pressure cooker for a highly charged macho atmosphere AND a fabulous inspiration for endless fantasies! :D The pounding, pumping, and release! *sigh* I do love my football. And it’s back! Football season is here again. So what better way to celebrate than hanging out with two (Yes, two!) hot quarterbacks battling for dominance and their hearts on the field and off.
”Eric finally made a sound—a single moan. If Cache had any defenses, they were strippe ...more
How many times have you read a story involving elite sports players facing the big coming out question and you have thought..."You've already reached the pinnacle of your profession. You're not going to get any higher, and look what happened. Your knee could be fucked. An ...more
But-Okay.Whatever. The writing for being so short is surprisingly solid. We have (2) superstar-NFL-team-rival-Q-backs playing a pretty good game at being walking-talking testosterone billboards for heterosexuality but when in actuality are secretly together in a decade-long love ...more
Plot: The story begins when star Quarterback, Cache, is rushed to hospital. His team have won the championship but a last minute collision with an opposing team member has left Cache's knee badly injured, so much so that he may ...more
A short, sweet m/m read.
It's about two star quarterbacks who have been in a relationship for nine years that they've kept under wraps, and tabloids have outed them as having a 'gay affair' after one of them was injured during a game.
This was such a great read, I wanted more! I thought the fact that they've been together for so long was wonderful. I loved that this author told how they came together and fell in love through flashbacks.
These two ...more
Cache has just brought his team the football championship against a rival team; a team that has Eric as it's quarterback. But at the end of the game, Cache's knee is snapped backward, possibly ending his ...more
Both men grew up together and have been rivals their entire lives. Along with the rivalry there has always been a sexual tension which they acted on nearly a decade earlier – but in a sport that is not forgiving to anything or anyone outside of the norm, they have kept their union a secret.
Cache and Eric had been friends since childhood and were now competing national quarterbacks. Football was everything to Cache; it's what he lived for. Family and relationships were key for Eric--nothing mattered more. When Cache is sidelined, perhaps permanently, will he realize just how important Er ...more
How they handle it in the present is combined with flashbacks of how they got together to make an interesting story. Great choice for a beach read.
I'm not a football lover so would never have picked up this short had it not been for a reading challenge. Surprisingly, I enjoyed it. Some of the sports lingo went completely past me but that didn't subtract too much from the storyline. The alternating time jumps were a little confusing at first but once I clued in I found it to be an effective way to introduce the MCs past interactions.
Ms. Espinoza also collaborates with Vivien Dean, and they publish as Ja ...more