Editorial Reviews. Review. “I don’t think any fans of Training Season will be disappointed in Look inside this book. Training Complex (Training Season Series Book 2) by [Blake, Leta] . Of course on a hotness scale it just explodes. SO HOT!. author. human. working hard to become stellar at life. An Archive of Our Own, a project of the Organization for Transformative Works.
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The world had changed. The sex scenes were hot, but also loving, even in the most BDSM moments. And it did take me a bit longer than I like to read it, but it was well worth it in the end. The sex is very hot and the Eession aspects were well integrated into the story.
I’m on the fence if I would like a third, or just leave them here.
Solange Asks Leta Blake 5 Awkward Questions – Shameless Book Club
One of my favorite authors is someone who writes and practices BDSM. No Listened to Nov ’17 Well, I tried to read this and it didn’t work out. Imagine having to reconcile yourself with the fact that the love of your life is with someone else while you are stuck in a child’s body and need to grow up. I loved Matty’s strength and beauty as Rob puts it. Rob is now a physical therapist and loves it but isn’t loving life in the city. Yes, this is a story about reincarnation and finding one’s true love again.
I loved Joshua and his beautiful soul and kindness. It is always a revelation how much professional athletes sacrifice just to try to stay competitive, and Olympic athletes take this crazy life to a whole other level. Reading Training Season is a must before delving into this second book.
I could FEEL it all. He needs to overcome all the pain, and all the boredom on this godforsaken strange place, to get his own big demands and possible dreams fulfilled.
Has he truly learned how to win—on and off the ice—during his training season? Well worth a read.
Solange Asks Leta Blake 5 Awkward Questions
They had two scenes together in the beginning of the book and that wasn’t really enough for me. As with all books with a lot of hype, I was super nervous about how I would feel about this one. Ltea by Leta Blake. I was nervous, srssion Reading Training Complex turned into a rather impromptu buddy read as me and several of my GR friends gushed, gasped, encouraged and held each other’s hands when emotions were high. What more can I say? Because they have nothing in common. I didn’t like him that much in the beginning.
The story comes full circle and Neil gets his time.
It’s not hardcore enough to scare away someone unfamiliar with the kink well, maybe one scene is but as a reader you need to be aware that’s a prevalent aspect in the relationship between Rob and Matty.
Here you are all bblake and small and this woman keeps forcing your mouth to her breast?? It’s got to stop. I’ve read a very interesting blog post. Michael did a great job for the most part too, I loved his Matty voice They had me laughing so much. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. That cornfield scene is one for the record books and I actually prefer to keep it uncontested!
Take a picture of yourself right now and send it to me along with the answers. It isn’t a book that I would have predicted that I would really, really like, yraining I couldn’t get enough. I was so back in this story.
It’s time to move on because I need to bleach my brain and I was exhausted just reading it, Matty virtually spiralling into oblivion, draining Rob emotionally and physically to the point of exhaustion. Matty is punishing himself by not eating, by denying himself things he wants. So bratty and selfish and immature. Just as Matty requires a firm traning to perform his best on the ice, Rob shows ssession how strong he can be when he relinquishes control in the bedroom.
I was grateful for Sato and for Anja. Preview — Training Complex by Leta Blake.
But I couldn’t help rooting for the guys’ happy ending. It is but agony of desire.