Bellamy by Linden Bell (Camboy Network book 2) - Review and Release Blitz

Bellamy is a rivals to lovers story that proves that hate energy might just be masking real chemistry.

From the Blurb:

Where's the line between love and hate?


I don't know how we ended up as rivals, but I couldn't have asked for a better nemesis than Noel. It's fun throwing insults and watching him lose his shit in public. He's cute when he's angry.

The world thinks he's a grumpy bad boy, but I'm not sold. The more I get to know him, the more I'm convinced there's a squishy marshmallow center underneath his hard shell.


Golden boy Bellamy drives me up the freaking wall. All I want to do is wipe that smug, arrogant grin off his face--not necessarily with my hand.

I hate him, but the truth is I can't keep my hands off him. Our rivalry has always been explosive, and it turns out, so are we.

Bellamy is an enemies-to-lovers, grumpy/sunshine, opposites attract MM romance between two camboys, each vying for the top spot. Expect secret hotel rendezvous, hate f*cking, and oiled-up wrestling. It is the second book in The Camboy Network series and can be read as a stand-alone.

Trigger Warning: Parent with chronic illness is admitted to the hospital.

Heather's Review:

Jealousy begets hate, but what lurks beneath the surface when Noel and Bellamy have to actually interact with each other?  The chemistry is off the charts and leads to secret rendezvous and clandestine texting and more?

This book was well paced and fun to read. It built up the chemistry and the intimacy in a good way and the catalyst for change was an outside factor that helped solidify their relationship without couple drama, so I appreciate that.

I'm looking forward to the next book in the series!

Rating: 4.5 Stars

Bellamy is available in e-book format and can be read as part of your Kindle Unlimited subscription

 Bellamy, book two in the Camboy Network series, by Linden Bell is NOW LIVE!

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Author Bio:

Linden Bell writes gay romances that heat you up and make you smile. Her books are low angst, feel good reads, she's not a fan of the third act break-up, and she's been a lifelong Trekkie.