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Black Balled (Black Balled Series Book 1) by [Smith, Andrea, LeNoir, Eva]
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4.2 out of 5 stars 39 customer reviews
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1181 KB
  • Print Length: 313 pages
  • Publisher: Smith & LeNoir (4 May 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00URTZLZI
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars 39 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #76,437 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Firstly, I would like to mention that never in all the time I have been reviewing, have I taken down so many notes and highlighted so many passages. This read has had a huge social media effect not only on authors, but also on reviewers. I don't read reviews prior to reading any book I review; however, what I had heard through the grapevine scandalised me. Previous to this, my sister-in-arms, Rachel, tagged me on FB drawing my attention to the possibility of reviewing this novel. Actually, having already one-clicked, my primary thought was would for once curiosity kill the cat. So I went in blind and started reading but in the interim period, I unfortunately had to put it down as a review with a deadline was my foremost concern. And then before diving back in, I stumbled on a petition regarding the bullying of certain authors on GR which I immediately signed. Not just for the sake of the authors in question who were on the receiving end either, but for the sake of anyone being bullied in general. I teach and have had to deal with this sad problem many a time. One would think that these so called reviewers (trolls) who take so much pleasure in defacing authors' writings and reputation would have better things to do, but apparently this is not the case. What I'm going to say now has been added on after finishing the review. I did what I don't usually do and logged on to Goodreads to see if what was being said was not being exaggerated. Lord above, even though I knew this existed, never in a million years had I any idea on what scale! Call it ignorant bliss on my part, call it whatever you like, but one should never resort to this kind of behaviour regardless of whether the book is disliked or not.Read more ›
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Ok so let me be honest , this is the first M/M book I've ever read, I've read M/F/M but they'd never been any m/m action so to speak and I was little nervous about what is read. Silly me ! , well I don't think it will be the only one I read. It's hot, and yes there is some down right filthy talk and aggressiveness from the two main characters but a lot of that takes place in the form of email correspondence which really is fighting and one upmanship, trying to get the upper hand. Neither really wanting to admit their weakness or vulnerability.
Ones and author, divorced and knows he's bisexual, the other a book blogger/reviewer with a huge following and phobia that leaves him struggling to leave his home, also an incident in his early teens has affected him more than he wants to realise.
This book is full of anger, lust, betrayal, grief and love but I do t wan you to think this book is depressing or heavy. It's not, it's deliciously dark humour and use of the English language is both clever and gripping. Not only this it's seriously hot and sexy. The scenes of sex are sometime gentle , loving and at other raw, primal but always passionate. This story is about self discovery and finding where you really belong
I voluntarily read an advanced reader copy of this book
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Black Balled by Andrea Smith and Eva LeNoir
4 stars!!

Well, firstly I have to say this book was not what I was expecting; I think I may have just experienced my first M/M romantic comedy. Yes, this book made me laugh...a lot! I have been on a bit of an M/M kick recently, I love this genre and to think in the first instance I was extremely reticent to try it! This is also the first time I have encountered too extremely alpha men, so the game has literally been set, this is one battle and what a battle it was.

For those of us that are avid readers and reviewers you may have seen a few reviews that have made you go “ouch.” While I am a reviewer that tries to be constructive and fair, there are some out there that really go for the jugular but personally I am of the opinion if you have nothing nice to say then don’t say it at all. We all believe in freedom of speech and it is within our right to express those feelings and opinions but at the end of the day we have to appreciate that authors pour their blood, sweat and tears into a book, it is their baby and they are extremely protective. Sometimes, just sometimes, there is that one review that tips them over the edge and they break the cardinal rule of commenting and this is where this book starts.

L Blackburn (Larson) is an author, who to be honest was a bit of an arrogant arse in the beginning. He wants to think his books are the bees knees after all he has spent months and months working on them and thinks extremely highly of himself, so you can imagine his disbelief when one the biggest, published reviewers totally pans his book and is entirely derogatory in his review, especially when he hadn’t even finished it.
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Jesus, Mary and Joseph! Grab a snack and prepare to be amazed this book is outstanding. I have just read something new and fresh, it was exciting, it was off the charts EPIC.
Babu is a reviewer of Indie Authors, HA! I know right? but let me tell you, he's not like us, the man is brutal beyond anything I have ever read. I always endeavour to give an honest review. I do not see myself as a critic, to be honest I hate that word with a passion. I'm a lover of books, I am a reader who then gives an opinion on what I read. I do not go out of my way to hurt an Author. Everyone has their own tastes so while some will love a book, others will not, but that's ok. I just think while writing a review be respectful. Babu is anything but respectful, his fans/followers take his word as gospel, pfft! We all have our own minds, take a look for yourself and decide if you like something or not.
Babu goes out of his way to ruin the life of Indie Author L. Blackburn with some help from L. Blackburn's ex wife Noelle, the woman is poison and deluded beyond belief. She refuses to believe that her ex husband "Larson" has a preference for the male gender. In hindsight I do empathise that this must have been hurtful to her, being married to a man and discovered she will never be able to fulfil him sexually.
The passion in this book is fuelled to overload your senses. It was indeed a hot summers day but the heat I was experiencing wasn't caused by the sun but to what I was reading, I was burning up from the inside-out. Larson knows what he wants out of life, he is egotistical and stubborn but smoking hot, he knows how to keep his lovers satisfied and has no problem in giving them explosive orgasms. Lucky them and lucky reader, the attention to detail is mind blowing.
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