One-Quote Review: Gambling Men by Amy Lane

  • Gambling Men by Amy LaneTitle: Gambling Men
  • Author: Amy Lane
  • Series: N/A
  • Genre(s): Contemporary, M/M
  • Publisher:  Dreamspinner Press, May 2012
  • Source: Free from the publisher via NetGalley ($5.38 Kindle, $14.99 paperback)
  • Length: 220 pages
  • Trope(s): Friends-to-Lovers, Alpha Male, Beta Hero, Gambling
  • Quick blurb:
  • Quick review: A few too many heavy-handed metaphors take the focus away from the characters.
  • Grade: B-

And it was poker – the water they swam in; the air they breathed; the language they spoke; the solid, bass, masculine sound of love that had no soft edges.

I always love Amy Lane’s characters and gorgeous writing, but the combination of poker AND hunting metaphors got to be too much by the end.

Also: I think hairless dude on the cover must spend a LOT of money on manscaping.

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