Right as Raine – Lucy Lennox

Reviews by Yael Waknin



As the first openly gay professional football player, I can’t afford to make any mistakes, on or off the field. And the absolute biggest mistake I could make right now would be to fall for Mikey Vining, my best friend, employee and, more importantly, Coach’s baby boy. I might fantasize about Mikey at night-—every night—but actually touching him would be a serious personal foul.

And falling for him? That’s completely out of bounds.


I’ve learned my lesson about falling for one of my dad’s players. They’re a bunch of spoiled jocks with more muscles than brains. I’ve spent years learning to keep my eyes, and my hands, to myself. But resisting the temptation becomes nearly impossible when Tiller Raine and I end up together in a small cabin in a remote Colorado town.

Suddenly, there’s not much to do but look at each other. And talk. And hopefully, hopefully touch.

But what happens when our stay in Aster Valley is over and it’s time to return to the real world? Will Coach blow the whistle on our relationship? Or will Tiller admit there might actually be something he loves more than football after all?

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My review

After reading the short novella Winter Waits that is previous to the series, I started Right As Riane and I will say that it was nice at first but sometime before 50% book I couldn’t stop reading.

There were funny scene that I literally laughed out loud! And there were other parts that were so sexy and smut with emotions that I really could. Not. Stop. Reading! 

Tiller’s character was amazing. At first I didn’t think I will love him like I did. But I sure did love him! He was so sweet to Mikey!

He was a big softie. Literally.

Mikey was as sweet as Tiller and their friendship was beautiful.

I loved that Mikey wasn’t a “sportsman” and Tiller was all about football.

I love their difference in almost every thing.

But what I loved the most was their beautiful connection, their chemistry, their love.

It was a fun, emotional, deep yet light story.

It was perfect.

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