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A rookie, his teammate, and his best friend from a rival team. What could possibly go wrong?

Seattle Snowhawks rookie Justin Reid has it bad for his teammate Shawn Kelleher. It’s just his luck that Shawn’s got a crush too...on Justin’s best friend, Vancouver Narwhal center Keith Adams.

When Shawn lets it slip at the worst possible moment that he wants Keith, Justin is hurt, but what can he do? He steers Keith in Shawn’s direction and lets chemistry do the rest.

What Justin doesn’t know is that while Keith is into Shawn, he’s also secretly wanted Justin since forever. After some stumbling, they realize there’s something very hot and very mutual going on between all three of them. It’s fantasies coming true left, right, and center, and it just doesn’t get any better than this.

Except this scorching hot triad is anything but simple. Not while the closeted son of a hockey legend is fighting to make his own name in the shadow of his deeply homophobic father’s legacy. Not in the midst of grueling schedules and a team’s fraternization rules. Throw in pesky emotions showing up where they aren’t wanted, and it’s a play that’s doomed from the start.

Shawn, Keith, and Justin all fought their way into professional hockey. Is what they have together worth fighting for too? Or will fear let heartache win this game?

Assist is approximately 117,500 words. It's book two of the Pucks and Rainbows series, and can be listen to as a stand-alone.

©2020 LA Witt (P)2020 LA Witt

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Not nearly as good as book one
What the F was that bizarre semi Scottish accent????? Characters hard to tell apart.
The too many sex scenes were full of bad porn dialogue.

Editing down the story and fixing the Performance would really help.

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Super sweet & hot!

This was a super sweet and steamy m/m/m! LA Witt is my new favorite🔥

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  • 09-17-21

A great mmm sports romance!

After a few false starts, Seattle Snowhawks hockey stars Justin Reid and Shawn Kelleher establish a FWB arrangement with Keith Adams of the Vancouver Narwhals and the three men form a believable, supportive thruple - the doubts Justin and Keith harboured made sense. This sports romance had lots of great feel-good moments and the chemistry between the guys was fantastic. Of the three, Keith is still in the closet and that gave the story some satisfying extra depth. I also loved the more upbeat tone and inclusion of more hockey play, both of which were missing from the first book. I had to push through the first part of the book where the guys acted like moping, over-sensitive teens, but once the three-way relationship fell into the place I was totally hooked. The book really needs an edit, there are some obvious repeated passages and audio narrators Nick J Russo (as Justin & Shawn) and Michael Ferraiuolo (as Keith) must have wondered why they were repeating themselves. The two narrators were their usual excellent selves, but it felt weird for Nick to narrate two character POVs with no discernible difference in his voice - I often couldn’t tell whether it was a Justin or Shawn chapter.