Undone By You (Chicago Rebels, #3) by Kate Meader
Published by Pocket Star on March 5th 2018
Genres: Contemporary, Romance, M/M, Sport, LGBT, Gay
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USA TODAY bestselling author Kate Meader brings her signature “steamy sex scenes, colorful characters, and riveting dialogue” (RT Book Reviews) to this novella in the Chicago Rebels series, following the general manager of the Rebels as he scores with one of his players off the ice.
Dante Moretti has just landed his dream job: GM of the Chicago Rebels. And screw the haters who think there should be an asterisk next to his name because he’s the first out managing executive in pro hockey. He’s earned the right to be here and nothing will topple him off that perch—especially not an incredibly inconvenient attraction to his star defenseman, Cade “Alamo” Burnett. Cade has always been careful to keep his own desires on the down low, but his hot Italian boss proves to be a temptation he can’t resist. Sure, they both have so much to lose, but no one will ever know...
As Dante and Cade’s taboo affair heats up off the ice and their relationship gets more and more intense, they’ll have to decide: is love worth risking their careers? Or is this romance destined to be forever benched?
“Cade Burnett was choosing to put himself out there, and Dante intended to reward him with the hottest experience of his life.”
I am so glad we got a book for Dante. I loved him in the other books and wanted more from him. He came out while in the NHL, rose to the ranks of GM, and earned his reputation the hard way. He has everything he wants career wise but nothing in his personal life.
Cade has had a think for Dante from even before he was in the league. There is an age gap between these two but for Cade that doesn’t matter. Cade hasn’t come out yet so to get Dante to notice him he goes to a gay club and “runs into” Dante there.
From the beginning these two have an instant chemistry and a connection you can just feel. There are things that get in their way and things to over come. Kate handles it all well, just like she did in her Hot In Chicago series book Melting Point. This is my favorite book so far in the Chicago Rebels series. I loved it!