by Liz Crowe
Man on is a sweet tale of love that can’t be denied. It doesn’t matter who the two people are who fall in love. Nicco Is an older famous soccer player who’s wife publically humiliated him before she divorced him. With nothing to lose, he comes to Detroit to play for a new expansion team funded by Jack Gordon from Liz Crowe’s wildly popular Stewart Realty Series. Nicco comes face to face with fresh faced Parker who is hiding his desires.
Misunderstandings ensue as these two men find a friendship and camaraderie as they work to bring the Black Jack’s team together. Both men must overcome demons in order to accept themselves and the love they’re offered.
Liz Crowe’s stories resonate with readers. The characters are real people with needs, flaws and desires. They could be your neighbor or yourself which draws the reader into the story. I loved Man On because of the dramatic storytelling of two people who while flawed, fall in love and learn to accept themselves. This new series is sure to be another hit!
By Liz Crowe
Metin is a Turkish hot shot soccer player and paparazzi target. As the baby of a large family, he doesn’t understand the dynamics in the modern American Matthews family. When he comes into contact with them, relationships spark. Mr. Matthews withdrew into his work when he lost his wife to cancer, forcing his daughters to care for each other. Melanie was only 16 when her mom died and stepped into the mom role. Alicia was the tomboy, female soccer star. Her life was centered on making it big time in a sport that wasn’t accommodating to women.
This story really pulled at me. It reminded me a lot of my own family dynamics, growing up with four younger sisters who weren’t afraid to speak their mind. At times I wanted to yell at each of the characters. This only goes to show how much I love them! I forgot for that brief moment that they were only fictional. Metin is a passionate man full of love. He lives his life on fast forward. Who wouldn’t love someone who cherished you as if you hung the moon. I loved his family and the other secondary characters almost as much as the primary ones.
There are so many nuances in this book. Different dynamics and stories. I don’t want to share them and spoil any surprises for you. I couldn’t put it down once I began and kept wondering how it fit into the series with what I knew. You won’t be disappointed in the depth of this story and the emotions it evokes for the reader. Another Liz Crowe read that will leave you thinking about the story long after the book is closed.
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