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My Last Day Without You  1. My Last Day Without You

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Henrik Ford is the hottest hockey captain in the NHL. Ezra Grayson is a young artist trapped in a frustrating day job. Neither man has romance on their minds, but when a chance encounter brings them together, their undeniable chemistry is off the charts.

The problem? Henrik is only in town for one day. Ezra has a rule against long distance dating. Can Henrik convince him they have something worth fighting for before he has to leave town?

A lot can happen in just one day...

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JeffreyL

   2 of 2 members found this review helpful 2 / 2 members

If you like gay romance, this is one for you. This story takes place in one whirlwind of a day in the life of office worker Ezra Grayson. A chance meeting with hockey star Henrick Ford leads to an out of the ordinary day and romance. The characters are well written and engaging. I was rooting for them from page one. The dialogue is realistic. The descriptions add to the story without bogging it down. The lust and loving are pretty hot! There is an epilogue that wraps things up nicely, but leaves room for more. I have read this story twice, and I enjoyed it as much the second time as the first!

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northie

   1 of 1 member found this review helpful 1 / 1 member

This story is a blast. It has everything - romance, humour, hockey, apps, and the odd cliffhanger. Can anyone really fit so much into one day? Who cares.  It was a joy to read - making me happy, sad, angry in turns. The writing is excellent, drawing you in at every opportunity. One to be re-read.

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Sam Wyer

   3 of 4 members found this review helpful 3 / 4 members

Romantic - yes.  A fantasy - probably.

A thrilling and endearing story, where most of the action covers just a 24hr period - absolutely.

This had me hooked from the beginning, in no small part due to Henrik's gallantry I'm sure.  The ups and downs are mildly intense, and as long as you're not looking for a biography of everyday experience, you should definitely give it a go.  That press conference scene, damn, I was was SO happy about how that went!

I don't really have any significant criticisms, it's a nice length, never feels slow or needlessly padded with extraneous detail, and leaves just enough to my own imagination to be enjoyable.  I hate it when things are heavily written and this is a great example of how it should be done.

Thanks @QuinnDK

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Parker Owens

  

I very much enjoyed reading this story. As a hockey fan, it made me recall characters on the ice. As a denizen of modern society, it made me wince at some current behaviors. It is a wonderful tale.

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Job

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I read this a few months ago and liked this story very much. So much that I read it again.
Great story, lots of romance and oh yes, an elevator plays an important part in this story.

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