☆ After The Snap || ☆ PDF Download by É Peyton Miller

By Peyton Miller | Comments: ( 682 ) | Date: ( May 26, 2020 )

Seth Mercer is at the top of his game when a secret threatens to topple him Lust draws him into a dark pit and he s unsure how to break away from a destructive force Angry at himself, and his mistakes, he vows to never enter into another relationship again, until he has a special hook up with Colby Colby Larsen learns the truth about his ex and is devastated He throwsSeth Mercer is at the top of his game when a secret threatens to topple him Lust draws him into a dark pit and he s unsure how to break away from a destructive force Angry at himself, and his mistakes, he vows to never enter into another relationship again, until he has a special hook up with Colby Colby Larsen learns the truth about his ex and is devastated He throws himself into his work, vowing to never get emotionally involved again When he meets Seth, Colby is unprepared for how connected they become Seth has a secret and he can t tell Colby Colby can t accept betrayal of any sort after being fooled by his cheating ex When he finds out Seth has been hiding important information from him, will it end their relationship or draw them closer together


  • Title: After The Snap
  • Author: Peyton Miller
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 267
  • Format: Kindle Edition

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Comments After The Snap

  • Alisa

    This was a completely unrealistic soap opera. Every drama that you can think of was throw in. Sexual abuse by a coach, cheating boyfriend, domestic violence, stalker ex, rejected by parents because of being gay, the friend who lost someone to AIDS, in the closet but then dramatic coming out that leads to many others coming out in a dramatic show of support.on and on and on it went. This needed to be cut down by at least one hundred pages. Way too much sex and way too much drama and way too littl [...]


  • Carrot

    2,5 stars. Needs some serious editing and a lot of structure, but I really liked the MC's and the story in general.


  • JustJen "Miss Conduct"

    Review by The Blogger Girls.This one called to me right away. Perhaps it was the cover, or wanting to see how a closeted pro player makes it work, either way, I was excited though it started a bit differently than I was expecting.Seth is still in college when this story starts. He knows he is gay but has not had an opportunity to do much about it, instead focusing solely on football with making it to the NFL as his incentive and goal. He ends up in a very unhealthy relationship that he thankfull [...]


  • Stacy

    I really liked this book a lot more than I thought I would.The beginning of this book is the two main characters Seth and Colby creating some backstory with other men in their lives.Seth the football player and Channing the "married" coach. I totally and absolutely Hated the Coach from the very first second we meet him and it continiued the entire time we saw him in this book. He is a serious User and Abuser and a total freaking Jerk of a douchenozzle.Then we have Colby and the repeated cheater [...]


  • Randolph

    Was it more than just sex? I don't know but the author tells me it is. Over. And over, and then just to be sure, we're told that it is more than just amazing sex that lasts almost a full minute. Is the second time they get together too soon to know it's love? What about the third time? But maybe Seth doesn't feel the same, even though he says he does. This book became tedious with it's description of their daily life. Be prepared to be told many things but not shown them. Somehow the two MCs fee [...]


  • Amanda

    So many horrible cliches that I can't even list them all. Cheating boyfriend, dirty coach, assault by crazy ex, guns, 1950's mentality on who the "woman" in the relationship is, insta-love, just to name a few. It was like a bad soap opera in some parts. I finished it so I won't rate it a one star but all I can say is thank god for kindle unlimited and I didn't have to pay for it.


  • Sadonna

    The full review and much more can be found at The Novel ApproachSo, I’m in a bit of a quandary as to how to write this review. Because of the extremely vague language in the blurb, virtually anything I write about the plot will, in fact, be a spoiler.Here’s what I can say about the plot without revealing more than the blurb: Seth Mercer is a star college football quarterback who desperately wants to make it to the NFL. He’s worked harder and longer than anybody on the team to make his drea [...]


  • The Novel Approach Reviews

    So, I’m in a bit of a quandary as to how to write this review. Because of the extremely vague language in the blurb, virtually anything I write about the plot will, in fact, be a spoiler.Here’s what I can say about the plot without revealing more than the blurb: Seth Mercer is a star college football quarterback who desperately wants to make it to the NFL. He’s worked harder and longer than anybody on the team to make his dream come true. The dream isn’t just for him but also for his fol [...]


  • Joyfully Jay

    A Joyfully Jay review. 3.5 starsAngst, angst, and yet some more angst. This book opens with the angst dialed all the way up and stays there for the first quarter of the book. Angst is good and I can always deal, but this book delivers it in consecutive chapters for both MCs. First, there is Seth who gets into his first relationship with a man. I’m purposely being evasive on the identity of the man he’s involved with as it reads better to discover on your own. But the man manipulates and lies [...]


  • Diverse

    Let’s start out by saying I LOVE THE COVER! I was very drawn to this book because of it. I find the cover of a book to be vital so YAY! I loved it.This is Peyton Miller’s debut novel and she’s really off to a fantastic start. This is a very very angsty story. A lot of drama, a lot of emotions. The MC’s are Seth and Colby. Opposites in a lot of ways but as you can guess, it works for them. Seth gets to the NFL and moves. Leaving a horrible relationship. Colby isn’t a relationship guy bu [...]


  • J. Taylor

    This book was honestly ridiculous. First the structure was so off, the first 45% was just long, long paragraphs of events being told and inner thoughts, nothing was really shown other then the sex scenes of which there were too many. Second, such insta love, I like them together okay but I can't really believe in their love because it went from 0 to 60 from the first sex scene and don't really spend much time together before they're in love just by having sex. Then there was the over the top dra [...]


  • Jay

    4 stars – After the Snap is Peyton Miller’s debut novel. I have a soft spot for first-timers (oh, c’mon people… minds out of the gutter now, shall we?), and it’s got a football (gridiron) theme, so that makes two things I like before I even started. Oh, and did you see the cover? I’ve read enough in the genre not to allow covers to be a deciding factor for whether I read a book or not, but… uh, yum! So that makes three things. Yeah, I know. None of these things matters a lick if th [...]


  • Cinnamon

    I did not finish this book. I was having a really hard time connecting with Seth. His character seemed really flat yet needy. He came across as insecure, really feeling unloved and unwanted yet he seems to have very loving parents. His part of the story, in the beginning, really needed some more detail. My intention is to go back later and finish the story. I really liked Colby and hope his and Seth's future interactions improve my feelings on this story.


  • Shaunté

    Dnf 5%After the Coach walks in and says a bunch of flowery stuff that NO ONE would ever sayI thought the MC was having a dream.But it kept goinge dialogue is atrocious. No, just no


  • Monique golden

    Amazing Book!Love this book! I'm so happy that I found it! I love how every thing in the book comes together it's great.


  • Rick Fisher

    2.5 stars


  • Sassy Beta Reading & Review

    Loved the story of Seth and Colby. This is a M/M Romance about 1 man in the closet and 1 man out of it. This story is written as a multi pov, and does have an HEA.I found the story a wee bit heavy on the previous life of Seth, our hunky football player, but it did set up a nice transition for the ending. I think it could have been trimmed down slightly and would not have taken anything away from the story. It did however give us a reason for Seth's mindset of being afraid to get into a relations [...]


  • Lily

    I'm not usually a fan of stories involving sports, but this was well done. The accounts of the football games were exciting and gripping. I could visualize the scenes and was cheering for Seth and his team. And the issue of a gay player deciding to come out was fascinating to read.The first chapters were quite long and had me wondering if I was going to enjoy this story. It took me a time to see the impact Seth’s first relationship would have on his life and career. I was surprised by the coac [...]


  • Lisa

    2.5* starsDebut book - I must admit it was the cover that made me want to read it.I am that shallow.!I'm not really sure how to review this - Colby, college football, recently drafted into the NFL and in the closet hooks up with Seth, who has traveled into town on business and is getting over a cheating ex. I invested myself in these characters - both likable, both had baggage of varying degrees but they found a *spark* in each to want to have more than a one night stand. So, I dragged my arse t [...]


  • Ryane

    Book provide by Peyton Miller and read on behalf of Thorns and Ink.This is a hard read in the beginning. It addresses the issue of abuse of authority in the first chapter. For some, this might be a put off. Coach Harris is the villain in this, make no mistake and his behavior is deplorable. The interesting thing is that this does not ruin Seth’s chance at love. The other part that was a hard read comes a little later in the book. It involves Colby. It is a near miss, but again life is filled w [...]


  • ✿-Anna-✿

    I read some of the reviews on this book but I enjoyed it anyway reviews aren't always accurate.True there was way too much sex in the book but it wasn't over the top just the same basic type of sex that two people who are young and in love would have I thought it was cute.I also thought it was cool that the guys switch it up especially Seth, it isn't often a big football player would admit he likes no in Seth's case LOVES to bottom.I also loved how honest Seth and Colby were to each other they d [...]


  • Cadiva

    This is a decent debut novel which would have benefited a bit from some tighter editing. There's way too much ancillary content surrounding both the main characters' earlier relationships which could have been condensed without losing its effectiveness.The dialogue is also at times a bit clumsy and cheesy and would have been improved with a good editor cutting out some of the more "childlike" elements to each character's exclamations of wonder at how amazing the other person was.And the amount o [...]


  • Melissa Mcentyre

    After The Snap is the debut novel by Peyton Miller. It is a standalone read that I think you will enjoy, especially if you like sports based stories.Seth Mercer is a pro Quarterback who has been in the closet in order to keep playing a game he loves. He has not been very trusting of others.Colby Larsen is a multi-racial gay man who has been hurt one to many times by unfaithful partners. He has decided to stick to advancing his career.Seth and Colby meet and are instantly drawn to each other. Can [...]


  • Lauren

    I was lucky enough to beta read this book, and just read the published copy. My feelings on the book haven't changed. I LOVE LOVE LOVE this book. While it's a little slow to start, once Seth and Colby meet its absolutely amazing! They have such great chemistry, and are so perfect for each other. Its great to see how people can overcome the baggage from past relationships. I also love the supporting characters Justin, Wayne, Coach Maddox, etc.I have read a few different M/M books that involve spo [...]


  • Robyn

    DNF @26% TOO MUCH ANGST!Reading through other reviews, I get the idea that the angst will be over shortly, but I just can't make it any further. Seth is an idiot. How can someone with a decent family background be so incredibly stupid in his own romance? From 5 minutes into his 'relationship' he knew something wasn't right, but he kept going.n.Colby is introduced so quickly that I didn't feel that I knew who he was before his own drama started. I actually had to go back to the blurb to confirm t [...]


  • Isabella ~Mikku-chan~

    What a great debut *^* The story was well developed, the characters grow and deal with their troubles. It was very realistic, the scenes where nice described. One thing I really, really liked was the detailed presentation of the football games :3 Damn I felt like watching a game.The other parts, the love, the emotions, the hot sex between Colby and Seth was H-O-T. Steamy, hot and woooow. :3 This was a great opening, a great debut of a great author. Hope to read another book soon.I didn't expect [...]


  • Julie

    Julie as Contributor for: Kimmers' Erotic Book BanterTeaser I found After The Snap by Peyton Miller to be a great read. So much so that I was shocked to find out this is Peyton’s first book. This has definitely made me want to give anything Miller writes a try.Please my dear readers, give this book a chance. It is definitely worth the risk!See Full Review Here:kimmerseroticbookb.wix/kim


  • Maxwell

    I liked this book. I wanted to love it. Honestly, I could have done without the first 30% of the book and settled for Seth and Colby offering each other their tales of woe with their exes as a means of getting to know one another better. I don't have a problem with Insta-love when done right, but these two were spouting a deep connection and feelings of love when they hadn't even arrived at the last name stage. And was it just me that it felt like I was speed reading the first part of the book? [...]


  • Adiehardbearfan Da bears

    Love is LoveBeautifully written story of two young men who had been taking advantage of by previous lovers. They meet at a gay club where a one night of magic turns into a lifetime of forever. This story is filled with drama that will make you want to jump in and help. It hooks you from the first chapter to the epilogue. I wouldn't mind seeing this become a serious. I would love to see them become parents. Great book!


  • Fiona Lyle

    I found it hard to get into at first, I thought the first few chapters were a little longer than they needed to be but in the end I actually really enjoyed the story. Seth and Colby were so cute together but I really really hated Channung which I think was part of the struggle of enjoying the start of the book. In the end love and happiness prevailed and the ending was lovely. I'm looking forward to reading more from this author


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