Two Man Advantage by Toni Aleo

Two Man Advantage

Wells Lemiere knew the moment he saw Matty Haverbrooke, he had to have him. Matty was quiet, he was talented, he was beautiful, and Wells couldn’t stay away. As the youngest and most talented son of the NHL Commissioner, Matty had found the burden of family expectations almost too heavy to carry on even his broad shoulders. He had no intention of getting involved in a relationship with Wells. But the heart he’d given up for dead had other ide...

Details Two Man Advantage

TitleTwo Man Advantage
Release DateJan 1st, 1970
GenreRomance, M M Romance, Sports and Games, Sports, Hockey

Reviews Two Man Advantage

  • Christy
    4 stars!I adored Wells and Matty!
  • Sanaa ☆ Sanaa's Book Blog ☆
    4 stars. I think this might be Toni's first M/M novel? If it is, I am seriously impressed. This was so well written and I actually really enjoyed the story. Wells and Matty were adorable together and I loved seeing their relationship grow and develop from what it was on page one to the end of the story.Though I do wish there was a bit more groveling at the beginning. I do think that with everything that happened, it felt a bit rushed. And I wasn'...
  • Kim
    We were teased by Wells Lemiere and Matty Haverbrooke's story in the last book In the Crease. For Toni Aleo series fans here is how they relate: Wells is Wren's brother and the best friend of Jensen (In the Crease) and Vaughn (Delayed Call) . He is a hockey player, gay, and in love with Matty who is Avery's brother and the NHL Commissioner's son (Hooked by Love). Matty is in the closet and the only one who knows he is gay is Wells. Matty is stoic...
  • Amber Boyd
    I’m speechless! Toni wrote her socks off with this one!! Perfect combo of everything I love about her books - great snark, lots of laughs, amazing chemistry between characters, the right amount of angst and more heart than should be allowed! Wells and Matty. This story was a second chance, but it’s also a redemption story and a fight for accepting who you are Story, and a what fills your heart story. This is Toni’s first m/m story, and it p...
  • Konny
    Two Man Advantage by Toni Aleo is afull.length, standalone, m/m, romance sport-ish novel. I love Toni Aleos books. But I was hesitant to read Two Man Advantage. But she rocked it !Wells Lemiere and Matthew - Matty- Haverbrooke are both NHL Player and deeply in love with each other. But Mattys deep in the closet too. And there he thinks he has to stay. Wells cant bear that and breaks up with him. Both are more than miserable while apart.These two ...
  • Kayla Ritenour (In Between The pages)
    ok ya'll, I have to admit that I was so unsure going into this book.M/M is just not my typical read. I have nothing against it or anything, it just isn't my particular preference. But knowing how good Toni's books are, I knew I needed to give TWO MAN ADVANTAGE a shot. And that was exactly what I did.And I'm so glad I did too. It took a bit to really get into the book. I'm not going to lie, I was really disjointed from the story. But the farther I...
  • Tiffany Readz
    Excellent M/M Debut!If there is one thing Toni Aleo knows well, it's hockey. Her Assassins series is the best out there and now she's added another element to it in the form of Matty and Wells. Matty and Wells are professional hockey players that are in love. The catch, Wells is out and proud, while Matty is still in the closet and under the thumb of his family. A family that is rich, snotty and Matty just knows the gay-thing isn't going to go ov...
  • Dawn Nicole Costiera
    I'm huge M/M Romance fan and I think Toni Aleo did a great job with Two Man Advantage. It's a story about Two gay professional Hockey players in the NHL Wells & Matty's journey was enjoyable and heart warning. It's filled with so much love, frustation, fear and ultimately acceptance. I loved how it started off with them already into their relationship. Both in love but completely opposite with their feelings towards their future. Wells needs more...
  • Patti Correa
    Review to come.... but HOLY SHIT... AMAZE BALLS!!!!!
  • Diane Lynch
    review to come
  • Mia
    Review coming soon!!!
  • Anne Milne
    If you’ve read this author’s books previously you’ll know that she always gives us characters that are real you may not like some of the things they do or say but they are authentic. Wells and Matty are both players in the macho world of the NHL and they are deeply in love, the problem is Matty hasn’t come out to anyone. When Wells gets tired of living and loving in secret he feels that he has no option but to let him go.What Toni gives u...
  • Angela DeMarco
    Two Man Advantage by Toni Aleo is her first M/M novel she has written. It was a well written story with enjoyable characters that made you laugh and at times your heart broke for them. Matthew (Matty) is a professional NHL player secretly living as a gay man. He’s afraid to come out to his family and friends. Matty comes from wealthy family, he’s father is the NHL commissioner. Coming out to them is something he is petrified of he fears they ...
  • 2kasmom
    Matty loves Wells as much or more than he loves hockey. For a hockey player, that is enough in itself. Until family creates a divide and he must choose.Wells wants more with Matty than he can have, apparently. He wants it all. With Matty running scared from outside interference, Wells wonders will he ever get his happily ever after?This is such a great story. Well written and going at a great pace. The angst is real, the heat is super smoking hot...
  • Michelle Rodriguez
    Review to follow. An ARC was provided for an honest review.
  • Jordan
    *Review to come*
  • Crystal
    Two Man Advantage was a good m/m read. Hot hockey players, family, all the feels, what more could you want? I'm so glad we got Wells and Matty's story. You could feel their love and devotion they have for eachother. However as we all know, sometimes love isn't enough. Liked seeing past characters. I enjoyed this book!