Losing It

Losing It

by Christine d'Abo

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BN ID: 2940158955440
Publisher: Riptide Publishing
Publication date: 02/19/2018
Series: Ringside Romance , #4
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 229
Sales rank: 168,705
File size: 1 MB

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Losing It 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
NatReadsMM More than 1 year ago
This book is probably my favorite of the series so far, an interpretation of Cyrano De Bergerac, except everyone’s good looking! Finn is an introvert with a history that gave him serious social anxiety, part of the reason he trains at Ringside. But it doesn’t help with his difficulties speaking with people, or solve his dilemma over gaining Leo’s attention. The ease he immediately finds speaking with Justin doesn’t clue him in right away, about why that is. Finn is determined to find a way to succeed in his efforts to woo and wow Leo, his gym crush. Justin wants Finn to have confidence in pursuing the man he’s longed for, even at his own expense. It’s also redemption for Justin, who was a not so nice guy in Grady and Max’s story. As his background is revealed, his actions were easier to comprehend and made his desire for change quite believable. Both men find missing pieces of themselves through a growing friendship, but while Justin thought he was helping Finn, he’s the one who needed saving. It’s a little bit slow burn, which is the pattern for most of the series, but that also fits with the plot. I still felt a fair amount of UST, while Justin keeps working at cross-purposes with what he really wants from Finn. The way their relationship and Finn’s ill-fated crush play out, was pretty exciting in the end. Yet the storyline isn’t too dramatic or overly emotional, staying realistic and engaging and alternating POV kept my interest high. This can be read as a stand-alone but I’d really recommend at least reading Faking It, book 2, to understand Justin. It also makes the interactions with other characters make more sense. The entire series offers satisfying enactments of popular romance tropes. I’m happy to recommend it.
GWHIZ_VI More than 1 year ago
Can't get enough of these guys. Love reading about the main characters of the previous books