Saturday, June 8, 2013

Review for Fate Lends a Leg by Jax Cordoba


Title: Fate Lends a Leg
Author: Jax Cordoba
Genre: MM Contemporary, YA
Length: 237 pages
Publisher: Harmony Ink Press
Meows:4
Purrs: low
Blurb: Teenage Olympic running hopeful Calvin Granger arrives in his new town angry about changing schools again and sad about leaving his boyfriend behind. Then he meets skittish cyclist Bill Moilet, and soon strange dreams and thoughts of Bill distract Calvin from his misery… until Calvin breaks his leg and his Olympic ambitions crumble.

Cal’s injury does have one upside: it brings him closer to Bill, who offers to help him out while he’s recovering. But whenever they start to get too close, Bill clams up or disappears. To add to Cal’s frustration, living with a full-leg cast proves to be a miserable experience.

When Bill finally begins to open up to Cal, the strange dreams become more vivid—dreams, Cal learns, that they share. Can the boys decipher what their subconscious minds are trying to tell them, or is history doomed to repeat itself?


Reviewer: Cat
Review:  Cal is new in town and finds the new paperboy fascinating. He also finds him elusive and distant. Fate steps in and he breaks his leg in an effort to ride a bike to impress Bill. Bill has a secret and finds it hard to get close to someone he is attracted too. Ever since he laid eyes on Cal he started having some strange dreams.
I loved this story. It is such a sweet charming love story about two boys with big secrets. I loved the twist of the dreams and fate.  The story is well written and interesting keeping you wanting to know more about the boys and also the dreams. Both boys have their struggles both physical and personal. I was slightly disappointed at the end with the dream I guess I expected much more but it was still such a wonderful book to read. Absolutely charming!
Recommendation: If you like YA, friends to lovers, a sweet charming romance with a twist of fate, stories of love and destiny, sweet suggested loving sex no actual sex scenes I highly recommend this



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