All Bets Are Off

All Bets Are Off

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All Bets Are Off is the gay romance series Mountain Boys written by Marguerite Labbe which follows the love story between Ash Gallagher and Eli Hollister. 

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  • Pamela Smith
    Written on April 28, 2018
    "I don't know how royal this book was but it sure fit the gay romance title. I did not finish this book either as it had little story line and was more of a romance novel that happened between gay men. It did not hold my interest well."
  • Jennifer Sullivan
    Written on April 18, 2018
    "I have a friend who thought it would be fun to do a book club with gay romance novels for crossdressers. It seemed like a pretty narrow topic, but I offered to try to help her find something. I'm not sure if All Bets Are Off qualifies. It is a gay romance, but it doesn't mention crossdressing in the description on Amazon. It also only has 13 reviews, so I'm not sure I would really make the leap that it is one of the "best" available. I will probably keep looking for something more on target."
  • Terry Pierce
    Written on April 28, 2018
    "The story is well written and it's easy to delve into and immerse yourself in the story. It's not as, well, steamy as I expected it to be so that was a little disappointing. Still, the characters are interesting and I enjoyed it. "
  • Heather Hall
    Written on April 29, 2018
    "This is a love story between two men with a student-teacher relationship. It's a decent read if that's the type of story you like."
  • Sherry Zhu
    Written on April 20, 2018
    "It is a gay book, so we've got that much! I haven't read it personally, but I don't see any mentions of sailing or boats, so that might be a relatively minor thing if it's in this book at all. Also, I've heard that there is a student/teacher relationship in this book, which I personally really dislike and find to be horrid representation for the LGBT community. "
    Jonathan Hunter
    Written on April 20, 2018
    "One of the main characters is a Marine so not exactly a sailor but still part of the Navy. If you are looking for a gay romance with a military angle and you aren't too specific if one or more of the character are actually a sailor you may enjoy this read. If you just want sailors then probably look elsewhere."
  • Carl Simmons
    Written on April 17, 2018
    "Usually the teacher/student angle is written in an unbelievable way and it really ruins the novel. Not this one, the angle was used perfectly and it presented a believable narrative. This story of forbidden love between teacher and student is amazing."
  • Samuel Williamson
    Written on April 23, 2018
    " was lucky enough to meet the author at a recent real-life get together of an online group, so when All Bets Are Off showed up as a review copy on Netgalley and since I had never read anything by this author, I jumped at the chance to read something by her. One of my favorite tropes in books is the forbidden student/teacher relationship, but they are so often hard to find in a way that seems believable. That is one of the things that I loved about All Bets Were Off, the trying to avoid the relationship and the building of sexual tension through-out rather than a quick fling. The bantering between Ash and Eli was probably one of my favorite parts of the book, especially since they supported different sports teams. It made it seem more real than many relationships in books that just seem forced. The relationship between Ash and his Marine buddies was the other part of the story that I enjoyed - you could tell that the author had really done her research. Being in the military, I am very picky about how the military is portrayed, and I felt that the author did the relationships justice."
  • Dan Xu
    Written on April 28, 2018
    "I'm not really a gay person so this wouldn't really be something for me. For someone who is gay it could be an interesting read."
  • Liu Li
    Written on April 24, 2018
    "I was lucky enough to meet the author at a recent real-life get together of an online group, so when All Bets Are Off showed up as a review copy on Netgalley and since I had never read anything by this author, I jumped at the chance to read something by her. One of my favorite tropes in books is the forbidden student/teacher relationship, but they are so often hard to find in a way that seems believable. That is one of the things that I loved about All Bets Were Off, the trying to avoid the relationship and the building of sexual tension through-out rather than a quick fling."
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