Release Date: June 12, 2013
Published by: Wilde City Press
Conor is back and ready for more international rugby action, this time in Copenhagen. His best friend Sean is along for the ride – literally. These guys are tearing up the rugby field in an all out quest for victory that is full of intense action.
I absolutely love the way Mr. Darcy includes so much detailed rugby in these stories, although I’ll admit being somewhat lost for some of it. Clearly I need to brush up on my rugby terminology! It definitely keeps things moving though, and I can feel the tension mounting during the game as they size up their opponents. You sense the adrenaline rush these guys must have as well as their need for release.
From the moment they set foot in Copenhagen, Conor has his eyes on hot Danish player, Bjorn when he arrives to welcome them to the city. His fantasies are further enhanced when Conor reacquaints himself with Stefan, another Danish player he’s had fun with in the past. The dream sequence involving the three of them is a very hot stroke of genius on the part of Darcy. I’ll admit I wasn’t entirely convinced it was a dream until I’d read all the way through it. Shifting gears back to rugby action was a bit trickier after that one, although I liked how Darcy intermixed the erotic scenes with on-the-field action.
The real erotic payoff in this story is late in the book after Ireland has achieved victory over Copenhagen. It’s looking like Conor’s dreams of starting something with Bjorn will go unfulfilled, he and Sean are having a good time celebrating at a local nightclub when Cardiff fullback Matt arrives. From here I was a little surprised that Conor and Sean decided to team up in their endeavors, but it seems like they’ve done this before. Matt seems more than willing and I think he gets twice as much as he bargained for, if you know what I mean.
Overall I felt like this story was a little stronger than the first book. Confessions of a Gay Rugby Player 3 was just released, so I can’t wait to get my hands on it to see where things go from here for Conor and Sean.
RATING: BAD ASS BOOTS