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No fancy traning clubs here with paraded twinks naked with collars. Very nicely done, Leta Blake!! I am having a hard time putting my thoughts together.
And in this case, not to forget, I’m a big figure skating fan. I don’t always care for flashbacks and time jumps but they worked really well here, despite at times being hard to read.
There was so much hype, hype and more hype surrounding this book that it made me kind of weary about reading it. Yes, all traininy breaks loose because something has to give, but they stay and fight together. The author does a wonderful job of building their relationship and she takes the time to do so. A figure skater and a rancher? Not even Michael Ferraiuolo can save this story for me. Vlake got what Matty got out of that aspect of their relationship and I felt like it jived with the storyline.
Whilst reading, I was under the impression that Rob dabbled in the lifestyle just a little, and then BOOM, he’s flogging Matty within an inch of his life. He is now injured both physically and mentally and will, over half a year “babysit” a house and some horses sesaion he begins to train for new seasons on all major Figure Skating blaoe. I was going to go one way with this review but eh, I’m just going to barrel through.
He needs to overcome all the pain, and all the boredom on this godforsaken traiining place, to get his own big demands and possible dreams fulfilled.
It’s not contemporary or historical; it’s set in the past, present, and future. There were also flashbacks which again were pivotal to the storytelling.
The writing style is actually worth 5 stars in my opinion and the basic idea too. If you make esssion words count for something the first time, you don’t have to go down the Parrot Express and treat readers like preschoolers. So basically the story builds up for the inevitable to happen.
Although a cute kid. And I saw the billboard. What I loved was that it took Anja, who Matty didn’t really have any time for, to point out 4.
When I was reading parts like: Matty Marcus is a figure skater. This gif pretty much sums me up for more than three quarters of this story: But I still fell in love with him in Training Season.
I would say Resplendent. Sep 05, Bev rated it really liked it Shelves: This bling bling gif depicts Matty Dec 08, Ami rated it liked it Shelves: Thank goodness a lovely friend made the decision for me and sent it to me, damn she knows me well! And in his anxiety and intensity, he’s losing sight of trwining Rob needs.
First, the good stuff- Matty hanging with b,ake friends, ice skating, the ending of the book. It’s far from quixotic but blakf realistic.
And I’d have read the whole thing if for no other sessin than Bill and Angus’ hilarious wedding vows. I’m trying to remember if I disliked anything about this book, but I can honestly say that I can’t think of anything. It’s what we want to see in others: I liked it, it got to rraining at times, but the pacing… It needs to be tightened up. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Rob enjoys his work as a physical therapist, Matty is coaching with his old trainer Valentina, who continues to love but berate him at every turn, and Ben is now 18 and still skating and living with his mother in New Jersey.
Leta Blake puts you into that life all while writing an amazing story regarding the developing relationship between Matty and Rob. Quotes from Training Eession.
Training Season (Training Season, #1) by Leta Blake
Refresh and try again. Yes, this is a sessiln about reincarnation and finding one’s true love again. They meet as friends and both he and his boy eventually befriend both Rob and Matty, and through them both men find the path they need to take to emotional recovery. But for different reasons.
Rob struggles to stay in control, and after a well-intentioned anniversary gift goes awry, he still thinks he can handle the fallout.