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The Raven King (All for the Game) (Volume 2)
The Raven King (All for the Game) (Volume 2) | Nora Sakavic
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The Foxes are a fractured mess, but their latest disaster might be the miracle theyve always needed to come together as a team. The one person standing in their way is Andrew, and the only one who can break through his personal barriers is Neil. Except Andrew doesnt give up anything for free and Neil is terrible at trusting anyone but himself. The two dont have much time to come to terms with their situation before outside forces start tearing them apart. Riko is intent on destroying Neils fragile new life, and the Foxes have just become collateral damage. Neils days are numbered, but hes learning the hard way to go down fighting for what he believes in, and Neil believes in Andrew even if Andrew wont believe in himself.
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Andydear
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On my way to the library for text books and I have to resist the urge to reread this series, so hard to resist! 🦊

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Christy2318
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I was surprised when I realized who the slow burn #romantsy was going to be. I loved the drama of this with what would happen to Neil when his mafia father found him plus the sports rivalry. Multiple villains. Great ensemble cast and character development. 🥍🥍🥍🥍🥍

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WriteRead_Think
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My year in books has not been a pretty one. I remember around this time last year I said I would set aside one dollar for every book I finished reading in 2018 and use the money for books at the end of the year. I completely forgot to do it, but I've arrived at my (probably) final tally for the year and I am not only disappointed, I am devastated.
Throughout the entire year I only read three books.

In 2019 my goal is simply not to give up.

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FictionFox
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I hate making monthly TBR lists because I never stick to them. But here are 3 books I *do* intend of reading this month, along with whatever other ones I end up picking up.

Going to attempt books 2&3 of the All for the Game series by Nora Sakavic and also Fragments of Darkness, which is an anthology of short horror stories. I typically don't read horror but it's October soooo 👻

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sumptuousbooks
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Even more fluff. All the cute couples 😍

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nycbookboi
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Mehso-so

Okay so like... I only started this series for the gay stuff... WHERE IS THE GAY STUFF? It's not great, but it is an easy addicting read (which is exactly what I need as I am currently in a 5 day sick bed).
⭐️:3/5

millionbooksihaventread Is it a stand alone? 3y
nycbookboi @TinaMar it is not! This is book 2. I believe it's a self published series only available on Amazon! 3y
millionbooksihaventread You got me at gay stuff. By the way, if you are looking for any book with LGTB characters, you should check We are Okay by Nina LaCour 3y
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millionbooksihaventread It's kind of hard to find good lgtb books these days 3y
nycbookboi @TinaMar I think you just followed me on insta-- DM me and I'll send you a rather extensive list of some really solid stuff. I'm a bookseller and LGBT (mostly gay fiction) is my specialty. 3y
millionbooksihaventread That would be awesome. Thank you! 3y
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ContraryMary
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Book 4 of 2017. Neil Josten is my tiny damaged son.

Yamich49 🙌🏽🙌🏽 3y
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mahdi
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💔💔💔💔💔

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bookishkris
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Oh man. So much darkness that my heart hurts for these boys. Diving right into The King's Men, glad that tomorrow is Saturday so I could read late if I want to.

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bookishkris

Aaaaah, The Munchkin woke up just as I got to the Exy match between the Foxes and the Ravens! Guess I'll have to wait till tonight to find out what happens.

Riveted_Reader_Melissa Oh no! The frustration! I so understand and feel for you. 4y
Yamich49 Ahhhh talking about these books on here lately has pushed me to reread them and I'll almost to this part too!!! Soooo good. 4y
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Yamich49

"She was his idol, and Neil found listening to his stories as interesting as it was painful. When Matt talked about summer breaks spent drag racing in the mountains Neil remembered the sound his mother's corpse made when he tried peeling it off a vinyl seat."

GAH. I forgot how dark these books are.

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bookishkris
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Getting ready to start the next book that I think will slay me in the best ways.

CaitlinSiem Yes!!! 4y
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CaitlinSiem
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Intense and insane. Saying I loved it makes me feel bad for all of the tortured souls in the book but, dammit, did I love it.

Never have I ever read a book where the author pushed her characters so far even they didn't know the black hole of pain was that deep. There is nothing shy or subtle here.

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Yamich49
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The second installment in this series is even better than the first. It is even more violent and heartbreaking than the first one though. We keep learning more and more about these characters- They feel so real and painfully human. TW: rape and violence (which gets pretty graphic).