Sean Kennedy – Tigers & Devils Series Reading Order

by Maryse on August 27, 2015 · 0 comments

in Reading Order Guide:

Many in our M/M romance lovers crew already know about (and LOVED!!) this series, but for those of you new to the genre (but wanting more), this one is much loved!

Jackie: Did you read Tigers and Devils by sean Kennedy? – totally different story from BOATK but has the same feel – lots of humour and ‘real’ characters. Another of my favourite m/m books. xxx … My m/m ‘thing’ started with BDB quinn and Blay….then kind of grew.

Sara: Tigers and Devils is one of those that I go back to quite a bit when I run out of stuff to read.

About book #1:

The most important things in Simon Murray’s life are football, friends, and film—in that order. His friends despair of him ever meeting someone, but despite his loneliness, Simon is cautious about looking for more. Then his best friends drag him to a party, where he barges into a football conversation and ends up defending the honour of star forward Declan Tyler—unaware that the athlete is present. In that first awkward meeting, neither man has any idea they will change each other’s lives forever.

Like his entire family, Simon revels in living in Melbourne, the home of Australian Rules football and mecca for serious fans. There, players are treated like gods—until they do something to fall out of public favour. This year, the public is taking Declan to task for suffering injuries outside his control, so Simon’s support is a bright spot.

But as Simon and Declan fumble toward a relationship, keeping Declan’s homosexuality a secret from well-meaning friends and an increasingly suspicious media becomes difficult. Nothing can stay hidden forever. Soon Declan will have to choose between the career he loves and the man he wants, and Simon has never been known to make things easy—for himself or for others.


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