YBBB - Road Rules, A Rules of the Game prequel by Brigham Vaughn

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From the blurb:

Rule #1: Hockey Comes First As NHL team captain, Zane Murphy’s goal for the upcoming season is simple: take the Evanston River Otters all the way to the Stanley Cup.

Rule #2: Only On the Road But an unexpectedly hot night with his best friend and teammate Ryan Hartinger throws Zane’s carefully laid plans and his sexuality into disarray.

Rule #3: Don’t Fall in Love with Your Best Friend When feelings begin to creep in, Zane will have to decide if he’s willing to throw out the rules and risk his career and his friendship for a chance at winning it all. --- Road Rules is a steamy prequel to Brigham’s latest series about love, hockey, and what it means for a team to be a family.

Sheena's Review:

This is a prequel story to the Rules of Game series, I read it as I had an ARC of the first book and wanted a taste of the story. I am so glad I did, this was so good. It's best friends/teammates to lovers and it is just such a wonderful warm story. Ryan and Zane have been best friends since college, roommates since Ryan joined Zane playing hockey for the same team and close as close can be. Neither has ever been interested in men, until they see another NHL player come out and it makes them start to think 'what if'. I loved this, there was very little angst from either of them other than Ryan wanting more than Zane was initially willing to give. I loved that the team, and their families all thought they were together already leading to to two toe-curling (and funny) separate conversations with their families when they had eventually got together but they thought the two had been together for years. This is such a good short story, I loved the team and I understand there are more stories coming in this world. I'm here for it, even though I know zip all about hockey.

Rating: 4.5 stars

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