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Sander March is one season away from the pros, or so everyone tells him. If only Sander had as much faith in his ability as the Cougar coaching staff does. Outwardly, he’s cocksure, borderline bitter, and slightly sarcastic. All that strut and sass hides a wounded soul though. Working to hide a brutal past filled with humiliation, abuse, and a family member who still haunt Sander March is one season away from the pros, or so everyone tells him. If only Sander had as much faith in his ability as the Cougar coaching staff does. Outwardly, he’s cocksure, borderline bitter, and slightly sarcastic. All that strut and sass hides a wounded soul though. Working to hide a brutal past filled with humiliation, abuse, and a family member who still haunts him, Sander has never found the kind of comfort and understanding he so desperately needs. Until he meets Mateo Castillo, a minor league baseball player for the nearby Elmira Egrets. Mateo and Sander click instantly, and a budding friendship develops between the two athletes. Mateo then introduces Sander to his boyfriend, Noah Coombs, an aspiring manga comic creator. The three men find themselves bonding strongly, and that slowly gives way to sexual attraction. Eventually, Mateo and Noah invite Sander into their relationship. The path to happiness isn’t going to be easy for Sander as he faces criticism from his friends, teammates, and the press for his choices. The brash young star can handle all that, it’s when his abuser shows up in Cayuga that Sander fears not only for his own safety, but for the lives of the two men he has grown to love. Will Sander’s past tear him away from Mateo and Noah, or will he be able to leave the darkness behind? Warning – This story has disturbing subject matter.


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Sander March is one season away from the pros, or so everyone tells him. If only Sander had as much faith in his ability as the Cougar coaching staff does. Outwardly, he’s cocksure, borderline bitter, and slightly sarcastic. All that strut and sass hides a wounded soul though. Working to hide a brutal past filled with humiliation, abuse, and a family member who still haunt Sander March is one season away from the pros, or so everyone tells him. If only Sander had as much faith in his ability as the Cougar coaching staff does. Outwardly, he’s cocksure, borderline bitter, and slightly sarcastic. All that strut and sass hides a wounded soul though. Working to hide a brutal past filled with humiliation, abuse, and a family member who still haunts him, Sander has never found the kind of comfort and understanding he so desperately needs. Until he meets Mateo Castillo, a minor league baseball player for the nearby Elmira Egrets. Mateo and Sander click instantly, and a budding friendship develops between the two athletes. Mateo then introduces Sander to his boyfriend, Noah Coombs, an aspiring manga comic creator. The three men find themselves bonding strongly, and that slowly gives way to sexual attraction. Eventually, Mateo and Noah invite Sander into their relationship. The path to happiness isn’t going to be easy for Sander as he faces criticism from his friends, teammates, and the press for his choices. The brash young star can handle all that, it’s when his abuser shows up in Cayuga that Sander fears not only for his own safety, but for the lives of the two men he has grown to love. Will Sander’s past tear him away from Mateo and Noah, or will he be able to leave the darkness behind? Warning – This story has disturbing subject matter.

30 review for Overtime (Cayuga Cougars #4)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Cadiva

    The narrative of this one is much darker than the others in the series but it still fits perfectly with the other Cayuga Cougars stories. Sander has always been there on the periphery, Dan's college boyfriend and mini ass in training, but here we find out there's much more to the brash young player than that. I loved the whole set up of this one. A chance meeting with a semi pro baseball player with an artist boyfriend and an instant connection between three very different young men. Mateo was a to The narrative of this one is much darker than the others in the series but it still fits perfectly with the other Cayuga Cougars stories. Sander has always been there on the periphery, Dan's college boyfriend and mini ass in training, but here we find out there's much more to the brash young player than that. I loved the whole set up of this one. A chance meeting with a semi pro baseball player with an artist boyfriend and an instant connection between three very different young men. Mateo was a tower of strength but it was Noah, the somewhat fae manga creator, who anchored the trio together. Both Sander and Mat naturally gravitated around him and he was quietly instigating the direction the relationship went. There's loads of great conversation between the three as they realise how each feels and while they work out the dynamics and OMG, this might just be the hottest smexy times that VL has written. They burn up the sheets in their various encounters. This plot also deals well with its more sensitive aspects, the trigger warnings should be noted as both Sander and Noah have really traumatic experiences which cause anxiety. I take my hat off to the author for how these were written and handled in this book, powerfully done and with extreme sensitivity. I'm not going to go into much more as this book needs to be read blind, there were a few moments which truly made me gasp, and I don't want to spoil people's experience of those. All in all another brilliant addition to the roster and yeah, Victor is still an ass ;) #ARC kindly provided by the author in return for an honest and unbiased review.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Emily Seelye

    Sander is traded mid season and has yet to make many friends. Mostly due to his past relationship with Dan Arou-Kalinski. At a local sports award dinner, he meets Mateo, a minor league baseball player. They become fast friends, and soon all of Sanders free time is spent at the apartment Mat shares with his boyfriend, Noah. When a photo shoot Noah asks the boys to pose for gets out of hand, ending in a hand job, Sander thinks their friendship is over. The other two come back and invite him into t Sander is traded mid season and has yet to make many friends. Mostly due to his past relationship with Dan Arou-Kalinski. At a local sports award dinner, he meets Mateo, a minor league baseball player. They become fast friends, and soon all of Sanders free time is spent at the apartment Mat shares with his boyfriend, Noah. When a photo shoot Noah asks the boys to pose for gets out of hand, ending in a hand job, Sander thinks their friendship is over. The other two come back and invite him into their relationship. Everything is going well, until Sander’s past catches up to him. His brother in law who used to beat on him and his sister us up for parole. Will he get out and come after them? I love how easy the relationship was. Like Mat says at one point, the three fit in a way that him and Noah alone did not. It was also everything Sander has ever wanted. All three were supportive of one another, and the sex they had was beautiful and explosive. Highly recommended, but I would stay away if abuse or violence is a trigger. *ARC provided by Signal Boost PR.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Kirk

    It’s been a hell of a ride with the Cougars so far and I’m loving every damn minute. Dan Arou-Kalinski’s ex, Sander March, got me all intrigued and I knew he’d have a great story to tell. First of all, the snark, banter and practical jokes between Vic and Sander were hilarious. We all know why Vic pokes at Sander every chance he gets and the dialogue between these two was golden. The camaraderie between the team was such an important focus here, just like all the other books in the series. Well l It’s been a hell of a ride with the Cougars so far and I’m loving every damn minute. Dan Arou-Kalinski’s ex, Sander March, got me all intrigued and I knew he’d have a great story to tell. First of all, the snark, banter and practical jokes between Vic and Sander were hilarious. We all know why Vic pokes at Sander every chance he gets and the dialogue between these two was golden. The camaraderie between the team was such an important focus here, just like all the other books in the series. Well loved characters like Mario, Vic and Dan all featuring prominently and being key to the story, it was like being amongst a group of great friends, who torment each mercilessly but underlying that are deep friendships and a feeling of brotherhood and at the end of the day when all the teasing stops, they’re there for you, without question. Sander meets Mateo Castillo, a fellow athlete and baseball player and there’s an instant attraction. Thing is though, Mat’s in a relationship. Sander enjoys Mat’s friendship and gets to meet the beautiful and sweet Noah, his significant other. A friendship grows between the three men and evolves into something deeper. Can they survive the danger from Sander’s past? going public with their relationship? And probably most importantly, can they make this relationship work between the three of them, even without the odds stacked against them? Sander’s a guy with a hell of a lot on his plate. No wonder he fights to further his career; he’s not only doing it for himself, it’s for his sister and niece. He feels as though he’s constantly on the run from his past but no matter how hard he works and how well he protects his family, the threat for their safety is never far away, even in his nightmares. God, I really felt for Sander, he’s really put through the wringer here and I felt for him when his anxiety was at its worst, it was heartbreaking and I’m so glad he had Mat and Noah there for him. I thoroughly enjoyed this instalment; Sander, Mateo and Noah were so different in ways but fit so perfectly. Review Copy requested and reviewed on behalf of OMG Reads.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Nerdy Dirty & Flirty

    Sander March is at the top of his game. He could be called up at any moment. He has a lot to work through in his past, along with keeping his sister and niece safe, and it’s hard to keep his head in the game at times. Sander does his best to hide his abusive past from his friends and teammates, but it isn’t always easy. When he meets Mateo Castillo, sparks fly. It upsets him that he’s so attracted to a man who’s already in a loving relationship. When Mateo introduces him to his boyfriend, he fin Sander March is at the top of his game. He could be called up at any moment. He has a lot to work through in his past, along with keeping his sister and niece safe, and it’s hard to keep his head in the game at times. Sander does his best to hide his abusive past from his friends and teammates, but it isn’t always easy. When he meets Mateo Castillo, sparks fly. It upsets him that he’s so attracted to a man who’s already in a loving relationship. When Mateo introduces him to his boyfriend, he finds himself equally attracted to the quiet Noah Coombs. I wasn’t a big fan of Sander in the past, but knowing his story and what he’s been through, his attitude makes more sense. He’s juggling a lot with his job and the team, trying like crazy to make it to the top. He also needs to make sure the man who abused him and his sister stays locked away. Now with his new relationship growing there’s a lot more on the line than just his life. In this book, we find out quite a bit about Noah’s past. He’s a writer and an artist also with an abusive past. Mateo saved his life and they’ve been together and in love for two years. There was a genuine vulnerability in Noah. He knew there were things Sander could give Mateo that he just couldn’t. I think Sander was a perfect addition to their relationship and I loved the connection they all shared. There was enough drama and danger with a criminal after him. He truly needed the support and love he got from the two. I truly enjoyed this book, and the others in the series. I’m always waiting for the next one to come! I love the way the author makes everything work seamlessly. You get all of their POVs, and that’s very important in a book like this. Thank you V.L. Locey for another amazing story!

  5. 4 out of 5

    JenMcJ

    As I got into this story, I found that I really liked Sander but I was not sold on the other two characters. MMM is hard to write and in this instance, we really only get Noah at extremes and Mateo seems more like a side character than main character. And sadly, the author really makes Vic completely unlikable in a bad way, not the forgivable a$$hole we are used to seeing him as for too much of the book. yeah, he steps up when he's pushed into a stressful situation but it doesn't seem trustworth As I got into this story, I found that I really liked Sander but I was not sold on the other two characters. MMM is hard to write and in this instance, we really only get Noah at extremes and Mateo seems more like a side character than main character. And sadly, the author really makes Vic completely unlikable in a bad way, not the forgivable a$$hole we are used to seeing him as for too much of the book. yeah, he steps up when he's pushed into a stressful situation but it doesn't seem trustworthy. Sander is 100 times the man Vic is in this book. That's was a sad way to treat Vic. As Sanders backstory unfolded, I was really hoping for something original but I already knew what was going to be the outcome. This was 110% predictable and unoriginal with regards to basically the whole book.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Carra

    I’m always up for a hockey romance, and the fact that this one is M/M/M just made it all the more enticing to me. I’ve been enjoying this series, and this latest book following the Cayuga Cougars fits well with the series even if it includes some darker points in the story. Sander knows he’s good at playing hockey, but everything in his life is colored by the reality of his past and that he is constantly on alert for that past to come crashing back into his life. But when he allows himself to let I’m always up for a hockey romance, and the fact that this one is M/M/M just made it all the more enticing to me. I’ve been enjoying this series, and this latest book following the Cayuga Cougars fits well with the series even if it includes some darker points in the story. Sander knows he’s good at playing hockey, but everything in his life is colored by the reality of his past and that he is constantly on alert for that past to come crashing back into his life. But when he allows himself to let go, all of that can fall into the background—especially once he meets Mateo, and then Noah. Sander and Mateo click almost instantly, while Noah takes a bit more time thanks to his own past that still haunts him. But together, the three men form a solid friendship where they fully complete each other, and watching that evolve made for some really good reading. We get to see the team dynamic at work again, and it’s always a pleasure to revisit these guys. I liked how Vic and Dan played an important role in this story, and got a kick out of how Sander teased Vic later in the story. As for drama, there’s definitely an injection of it at several points in the book thanks to Noah’s past making itself known in his present. When it comes to M/M/M, some authors can overdo it with the sex scenes, but in this story that’s not the case. Here, those scenes are used only as needed to show the growth of Sander, Mateo, and Noah’s relationship; the story is more focused on the interactions between them, and how that contributes to the development of their bond together. Overall, Overtime was a solid 4-star read for me. I could have gone higher, but it was too easy for me to guess what was coming when the dramatic conflict near the end of the story came about. Fans of the series will be pleased with Overtime. It could conceivably be read on its own, but you’ll get a lot more satisfaction out of this story if you read the series in order. This book is meant for readers 18+ for adult language, sexual content, and some disturbing subject matter.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Ruthie Taylor

    ~~I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads ~~ This is the fourth book in the series, and is another excellent read. Not only do we get Dan's ex Sander's story, but also a catch up with the previous relationships. I would recommend that you read them in order, as this is a really different series to the usual gorgeous highly paid hockey player romances. This is grittier, more real and definitely more diverse. Not only do we have the hockey goodness of Sander and the ~~I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads ~~ This is the fourth book in the series, and is another excellent read. Not only do we get Dan's ex Sander's story, but also a catch up with the previous relationships. I would recommend that you read them in order, as this is a really different series to the usual gorgeous highly paid hockey player romances. This is grittier, more real and definitely more diverse. Not only do we have the hockey goodness of Sander and the Cougars, but we also get a small taste of the difficulties faced by a baseball hopeful in Mat. His sports story may not be absolute centre, but it is an effective reminder of the harsh realities of trying to succeed as a professional sportsperson. I loved the manga elements that were introduced thanks to Noah's talents as an author and illustrator, and especially his MM romance based on his two lovers. The story of dread at the potential release of Sander's abusive ex-brother-in-law is always just in the background. The impact it has on Sander's mental health, and his ability to function is so carefully and thoughtfully described - it contrasts with the big burly and physical nature of the hockey player. The Cougars are an amazing team with support for all their players, and this time with the media revelations of a polyamorous relationship. It is lovely watching these three men find their place in a trio, and there is a fun mix of every day life and super passionate nights. If you have not tried this series yet, I would suggest that you now have four good books to enjoy.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Mari Cardenas ~ Bayou Book Junkie

    4 Stars! This is not the first time I've said this and it probably won't be the last. I'm always wary of MMM romances because getting the dynamics just right isn't as easy when you're adding a third to an established relationship, like in this case. Add to that, that we only get Sander's POV throughout the book and it can be even trickier. However, Ms. Locey made it work somehow. She showed us enough of Mat and Noah to get an idea of who they are and see that, even if things weren't perfect and t 4 Stars! This is not the first time I've said this and it probably won't be the last. I'm always wary of MMM romances because getting the dynamics just right isn't as easy when you're adding a third to an established relationship, like in this case. Add to that, that we only get Sander's POV throughout the book and it can be even trickier. However, Ms. Locey made it work somehow. She showed us enough of Mat and Noah to get an idea of who they are and see that, even if things weren't perfect and they needed to adjust their expectations to reality, they made a great team with Sander, each of them bringing something to their relationship that they were missing before. I liked Sander and my heart broke for what he had to go through as a child and still as an adult, feeling responsible for both his sister and niece and sensing the weight of it all upon his shoulders. And I liked both Mateo and Noah, too. Noah's backstory was just about as heartwrenching as Sander's, and that was how they bonded, and Mateo and Sander just clicked on another level. They worked well as a throuple, even if I wasn't too sure at first. They definitely had a lot of chemistry and the sex was very hot and passionate. It was awesome seeing the rest of the Cayuga Cougars, even if Victor was more of a bastard than usual in this book, although he did come through for Sander in the end with some prodding from Dan. Overall, this was a great addition to the series and I'm already looking forward to book 5! *** Copy provided to Bayou Book Junkie for my reading pleasure, a review wasn't a requirement. ***

  9. 4 out of 5

    Amanda Viecelli

    Wow. This book has me feeling a bit hungover, unable to let these men and their story go just yet. It is a story about love, healing, and learning how to move forward from the pain of the past. Sander, Mateo, and Noah are all complex, layered characters. Sander broke my heart over and over again. The abuse in his past and his overwhelming love for his sister and niece, and later Mat and Noah, endeared me to him so much more than I expected (after not being sure how I would feel about him when we Wow. This book has me feeling a bit hungover, unable to let these men and their story go just yet. It is a story about love, healing, and learning how to move forward from the pain of the past. Sander, Mateo, and Noah are all complex, layered characters. Sander broke my heart over and over again. The abuse in his past and his overwhelming love for his sister and niece, and later Mat and Noah, endeared me to him so much more than I expected (after not being sure how I would feel about him when we met him in book 3). I just wanted to wrap him up and not let anything hurt him ever again. Noah is a sensitive, at times fragile, artist with a painful past of his own. And then there is Mat, their rock. I love how these three men open up to each other and take care of each other once they fall into this relationship. The situation with Sander's brother-in-law had my own nerves flaring, let alone my poor Sander's. While it is a deeply emotional story at times, Overtime also has what I have come to love from this series - hockey, the infamous Vic (and Dan!), supportive teammates and friends, and some seriously sexy times! It is a great addition to the series and I look forward to more from Cayuga in the future.

  10. 3 out of 5

    Veronica

    When we first meet Sander and learn is backstory my heart was breaking for him and I just wanted him to find someone to love and support him. So when he meets Mat and they hit it off was thrilled even though we quickly learn that Mat is in a committed relationship with Noah. As the three men become friends the relationship develops into more. This story gives the very hot and dirty sex that you'd expect from an m/m/m novel and I can say it made for stimulating reading. But the relationship betwe When we first meet Sander and learn is backstory my heart was breaking for him and I just wanted him to find someone to love and support him. So when he meets Mat and they hit it off was thrilled even though we quickly learn that Mat is in a committed relationship with Noah. As the three men become friends the relationship develops into more. This story gives the very hot and dirty sex that you'd expect from an m/m/m novel and I can say it made for stimulating reading. But the relationship between the three men his the highlight for me. I loved seeing these men support each other. Even when things weren't going right for the guys I was comforted by their relationship and knowing they'd be there to take care of each other. I also loved the antagonistic relationship Sander has with coach Vic Kalinski and how the Cayuga Cougars support Sander when he needs it. Even through parts of Overtime deal with some difficult issues the warmth and strength of the relationship between our trio shines through and I just loved it.

  11. 5 out of 5

    DTM

    4.5 stars! Overtime was a wonderful MMM story. Being the extremely picky MMM reader that I am, I have to say I loved it!!! This book is actually light on sex, so to speak, and heavy on emotion and feelings which tugged on my heart strings the entire time. These boys were perfect for each other! I don’t think you need to read the others to read Overtime, but I think you would be missing out on some great reads and back stories by not doing so.

  12. 4 out of 5

    BR11

    3 1/2 stars I liked all three MCs and the way they took care of each other. I didn’t care for the ending of this story though. It was also less steamy than I thought it was going to be.

  13. 4 out of 5

    ButtonsMom2003

    Wow, this tore me up at times but I loved it. Overtime is book 4 in the Cayuga Cougars series but can easily be read as a standalone book. This is a very hot, sexy story but also deals with some dark topics. Sander March had a terrible childhood. He never knew his father and his mother died when he was young. He was raised by his older sister who married an abusive man who took out his frustrations on his wife and young Sander. As a grownup, Sander is haunted by his childhood and has never had muc Wow, this tore me up at times but I loved it. Overtime is book 4 in the Cayuga Cougars series but can easily be read as a standalone book. This is a very hot, sexy story but also deals with some dark topics. Sander March had a terrible childhood. He never knew his father and his mother died when he was young. He was raised by his older sister who married an abusive man who took out his frustrations on his wife and young Sander. As a grownup, Sander is haunted by his childhood and has never had much luck in love. Mateo and Noah are in a committed relationship. After Mateo and Sander meet at an awards banquet something seems to click and Mateo invites him to meet Noah. Soon the three of them are exploring the feelings they have for each other and begin a poly relationship. Wow, Overtime got me worked up in so many ways. The horrible things that Sander endured at the hands of his abusive brother-in-law just broke my heart. Noah also has darkness in his past. Mateo seems to be the glue that holds them all together but then he also has a rough patch to negotiate. There are a lot of bumps in the road for Sander, Mateo and Noah – and some are very frightening – but it was very rewarding to read how they managed to overcome obstacles and get their HEA. I've enjoyed all of the books in this series but Overtime is now my favorite. I'm looking forward to reading more stories in this world. An advanced copy of this book was provided to me but my review was voluntary and not influenced by the author. ***Reviewed for Xtreme-Delusions dot com***

  14. 4 out of 5

    Jodi

    As another reviewer stated - the narrative of this one is much darker than the others in the series. I loved the setup of this one. Mateo (a minor league baseball player) and Sander meet at a local sports award dinner. He and Mateo become friends with a little spark of attraction that Sander tries to suppress his feelings since Mateo tells him about his artistic boyfriend Noah. I liked the lead up to the three of them entering into a relationship – they took the time to talk and work out all their As another reviewer stated - the narrative of this one is much darker than the others in the series. I loved the setup of this one. Mateo (a minor league baseball player) and Sander meet at a local sports award dinner. He and Mateo become friends with a little spark of attraction that Sander tries to suppress his feelings since Mateo tells him about his artistic boyfriend Noah. I liked the lead up to the three of them entering into a relationship – they took the time to talk and work out all their feelings and details on their new relationship so nobody would feel guilty or left out. Everything seems to be working out very well for Sander off the ice (let’s face it Vic can still be a dick) until his past catches up to him. His brother in law/father figure is up for parole and Sander needs to figure out a way to keep him in jail or keep his sister safe if he is released. I loved how easy the relationship was between Sander, Mat and Noah – not to say they did not work at it – but it very well done. We get to see a little more supportive side from Vic towards the end of the book when everything with Sander’s Brother in Law comes to a head. I don’t want to add more and possibly spoil the book for someone else so I’m going to stop my review here and close with - this is an excellent addition to the Cougars series. Cannot wait for the next book in the series. #ARC kindly provided by the author in return for an honest and unbiased review

  15. 5 out of 5

    Amy

    An amazingly beautiful book, heartbreak, torture, guilt, abuse, and love, lots and lots of love! The demons of the past haunt Sander nightly, his ex-brother-in-law is in prison but parole hearing is coming up. Hiding his sister and niece to protect them is added weight on his shoulders. When he meets Mateo, a baseball player in the minors and Noah, an artist who has demons of his own. The three start out as friends then spending time together they become more than just friends. They are each oth An amazingly beautiful book, heartbreak, torture, guilt, abuse, and love, lots and lots of love! The demons of the past haunt Sander nightly, his ex-brother-in-law is in prison but parole hearing is coming up. Hiding his sister and niece to protect them is added weight on his shoulders. When he meets Mateo, a baseball player in the minors and Noah, an artist who has demons of his own. The three start out as friends then spending time together they become more than just friends. They are each other’s strength, sounding board and keeper of secrets. They build a bond that no one, even an convicted abuser will drive a wedge between them. They will fight back for each other, for love and happiness! This emotional story just tugged at my heart strings. It has fun times, hockey, locker room arguments, oh the sexy times are hot but it also has friendship and trust and learning to lean on others. It is really a fantastic book!!! Grab a few tissues and get ready to love Sander, Mateo and Noah!

  16. 5 out of 5

    LeeAnn

    Such an emotionally invigorating and emotionally draining story, if that makes any sense to anyone other than myself. Sander's background story is so very heartbreaking and inspiring too in connection to how he and his sister survived it. The love Sander finds with Mat and Noah is so beautifully written in both it's uniqueness and perfection. Ms. Locey did such a great job in drawing for us a picture throughout that it was possible to "see" everything as it happens. The cruelty of a man who shou Such an emotionally invigorating and emotionally draining story, if that makes any sense to anyone other than myself. Sander's background story is so very heartbreaking and inspiring too in connection to how he and his sister survived it. The love Sander finds with Mat and Noah is so beautifully written in both it's uniqueness and perfection. Ms. Locey did such a great job in drawing for us a picture throughout that it was possible to "see" everything as it happens. The cruelty of a man who should never have seen the light of day and in the acceptance they get from those closest and in the swinging of a Louisville Slugger. Absolutely loved this book as I was , at different times, fanning myself, scared, angry, laughing out loud and releasing a sigh of relief and saying "they are so adorable together" . Highly recommend this book. Looking forward to the next in this series.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Melanie

    A Scattered Thoughts and Rogue Words Review My Rating: 4.75 stars out of 5 For the full review, visit https://wp.me/p220KL-dRu From that review: " I normally don't go out of my way to read M/M/M stories because that's just not my choice in coupling but when an author does a terrific and moving job in not only bringing the three men together in a realistic way but also in a manner that makes us want to see all of them in a loving, supportive, and yes, hot threesome.   V.L. Vocey does that here with A Scattered Thoughts and Rogue Words Review My Rating: 4.75 stars out of 5 For the full review, visit https://wp.me/p220KL-dRu From that review: " I normally don't go out of my way to read M/M/M stories because that's just not my choice in coupling but when an author does a terrific and moving job in not only bringing the three men together in a realistic way but also in a manner that makes us want to see all of them in a loving, supportive, and yes, hot threesome.   V.L. Vocey does that here with Sander, Mateo, and Noah, all of whom are so very different men. One is a hockey player, one a baseball player and another a manga artist.  And yet all three fill the empty holes in each others hearts and lives and the author makes us see and feel that." For all our reviews, check out http://scatteredthoughtsandroguewords...

  18. 3 out of 5

    Terri

    Overtime is another wonderful romance in a series that is one of my favorites. Sander breaks a reader's heart, as he deals with anxiety and loneliness. He is grouchy and sarcastic, but that is the coping mechanism he uses to protect himself. As much as I love Victor, he is especially difficult in this book. He really gives Sander a hard time, when he isn't aware of all that Sander is dealing with. When Sander meets Mateo, then Noah, it's a relief to know he won't be alone anymore. These three lo Overtime is another wonderful romance in a series that is one of my favorites. Sander breaks a reader's heart, as he deals with anxiety and loneliness. He is grouchy and sarcastic, but that is the coping mechanism he uses to protect himself. As much as I love Victor, he is especially difficult in this book. He really gives Sander a hard time, when he isn't aware of all that Sander is dealing with. When Sander meets Mateo, then Noah, it's a relief to know he won't be alone anymore. These three loving men truly make each other complete. Each can be vulnerable with the other two, and each is strong when needed. Their connection is beautiful. There is violence in this story, and everything is not rainbows and sunshine. But this is the story of a wonderful love growing between three very different, but very wonderful, men. I love it!

  19. 3 out of 5

    Angie

    This was a fantastic book about three men who find that together they can face their pasts and move toward a future none of they imagined. Sander is on the cusp of becoming the next big thing in hockey. He knows he has talent but the past still haunts him. When he meets Mateo, they connect in a way that surprises both of them. As they become friends and Mateo introduces him to his boyfriend, Noah, Sander tries to ignore his attraction to both men. Once they realize that they are all falling for This was a fantastic book about three men who find that together they can face their pasts and move toward a future none of they imagined. Sander is on the cusp of becoming the next big thing in hockey. He knows he has talent but the past still haunts him. When he meets Mateo, they connect in a way that surprises both of them. As they become friends and Mateo introduces him to his boyfriend, Noah, Sander tries to ignore his attraction to both men. Once they realize that they are all falling for each other, they decide to begin a relationship. What happens as they head down this path makes for a compelling read!

  20. 4 out of 5

    kathleen

    I wasn't prepared for this book to grab my heart like it did. I loved the dynamics between Sander, Mateo and Noah. This story is full of love, sweetness, darkness and sexy times! It all comes together to make for an amazing read. I can't wait for more in this series.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Nudlez

    *5* <3 hockey stories and a threeway poly relationship

  22. 3 out of 5

    Angelique

    I had fun reading this,allready the #4 in this serie. Witch I hope will not end soon. loved the guys,nice to see that vic meets his match on the snark stage. loved the storyline and the romance.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Vinga

    I really liked this book. This series just gets better and better. This book is a little darker than the others.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Laura ~Passion flower

    Overtime (Cayuga Cougars #4) (ARC) was graciously provided to me by Signal Boost Promotions for an honest review. Review to follow.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Ceri Sell

  26. 4 out of 5

    Chelsea-Jo

  27. 3 out of 5

    Ika

  28. 4 out of 5

    Keaton Jewell

  29. 3 out of 5

    Kyza

  30. 5 out of 5

    Sonia Pyka

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