Thursday, January 7, 2021

Break a Sweat: MM Sports Romance (Shoot Your Shot) by Joe Satoria

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When your biggest competition becomes the reason you spend so long in the shower…

I’d been dealt a crap hand in life, so when I was awarded a scholarship to an expensive European tennis camp, I figured my dreams were coming true… right?

Wrong. Not only was I fighting to win the attention of a scout, but I was also fighting the thin line between love and hate—the culprit, obnoxious jock Jordan Walsh.

He was a grade A prick, and everyone hated him—except for me. I didn’t know what it was, but the longer I spent around him, the more I wanted him.

I’d been paying for tennis lessons and attending these fancy academies for years, and I still hadn’t gone pro. Now, my parents are threatening to cut me off. With my training, I should have this in the bag… right?

Wrong. Newbie with luck on his side, Harvey Grant, is going to screw with my plans. Not only is he a charity case, but he’s stirring something inside me I can’t shake. It doesn’t matter how hard I try; every jerk, jack, and toss leaves me wanting more.

With a history like mine, everyone is watching me, waiting for me to break. I need to get my emotions under control on and off the court—or risk losing it all.

BREAK A SWEAT is a standalone MM sports romance novel from the ‘Shoot Your Shot’ series. Read on and you’ll find enemies-to-lovers in a gay-for-you bisexual awakening with a HEA.

My Rating - 4 Stars!

Break a Sweat is an enjoyable tennis romance. I was excited to jump into this Joe Satoria book. And I wasn't disappointed.

Oh man, I love a good sports romance. Add in a roommates factor, enemies to lovers, and some great sports tension, and yay!

Harvey and Jordan's developing relationship is interesting. There's some hatred, some competition, and plenty of heat. And in the end, this is a short term forced proximity arrangement, with the two men living far apart.

Both men are a product of their family issues, which are well explored. The characters are likeable and well developed. The writing is sooth, solid, and full of solid characters. 

Break a Sweat is a delightful read. Joe Satoria had me thrilled just to be able to read a tennis romance, as they are few and far between. And by the end, I was in love with these men and their story.

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