Medley

Medley

by Layla Reyne

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781732088344
Publisher: Layla Reyne
Publication date: 04/25/2018
Pages: 246
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.52(d)

About the Author

Author Layla Reyne was raised in North Carolina and now calls San Francisco home. She enjoys weaving her bi-coastal experiences into her stories, along with adrenaline-fueled suspense and heart pounding romance.

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Medley (Changing Lanes, #2) 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
amatate More than 1 year ago
I liked Relay a good deal, but Medley was even better. When I finished Relay, I lamented the missing spark and easy connection I’ve come to associate with this author’s couples. I cannot begin to explain how excited I was when that chemistry popped and sizzled immediately between Bas and Jacob. The banter was quick, fun, and telling, making for an easy, enjoyable read that was hard to step away from. Medley slightly overlaps Relay’s timeline, providing some additional perspectives on the reinstatement of Alex as captain. Although it features a different couple and details some of the main plot points and resolutions from Relay, I think this is one that while it can read as a standalone, it’s better in order. I enjoyed the continued story as these characters completed their Olympic training and traveled to Madrid to compete in the Games. I also liked how many little peeks we got into Alex and Dane’s relationship, making this series feel a little more complete. When we first met Jacob in Relay, it was clear there was more to him than an eager, happy rookie. Medley flushed out those details and it made for a really interesting story that highlighted just how strong Jacob is. Bas showed a little less development in some ways, but he had a good amount of depth as well. I really liked these two together and was pleased their chemistry continued throughout the book. Where Medley lost some traction for me was the “I’m not good enough for him, so I’ll push him away” plot point. I see it so much, and it always frustrates me, particularly when I like a character and/or couple as much as I enjoyed Bas and Jacob. That said, I was happy to see Bas address his weaknesses by the end of the book, and I loved the ending. If you are looking for an Olympic or swimming series, or just a good sports romance, I’d definitely recommend the Changing Lanes series. *eARC received via Netgalley. The author had no influence over this review*