Gio (5th Street #2)

Gio (5th Street #2)

By Elizabeth Reyes

  • Release Date: 2012-06-21
  • Genre: New Adult
Score: 4.5
From 264 Ratings
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When tragedy strikes in the ring, Giovanni Bravo falls into a deep depression, walking away from his dream of boxing to train instead. He agrees to a two month get-away, helping train Felix Sanchez, his high school best friend and now welterweight champ of the world. Once at Felix's lavish boxing complex, he's reunited with Bianca Rubio, someone he remembers only as the girl with the innocent doe eyes back in high school. Her refreshing, cheerful demeanor not only takes Gio's mind off his troubled conscience, he finds himself falling for her fast and hard. The problem--Bianca is Felix's girlfriend.

Having a sexy, famous boyfriend has its perks, but they come with a price. Bianca not only has to deal with the ongoing tabloid rumors about her boyfriend hooking up with other women, but also his constant absence when he is on the road. So now that Felix will be in town for two whole months to train for his next big bout, Bianca is thrilled. He's even asked her to move into his cabin while he's there. But when he leaves for days at a time to promote his fight, Bianca spends time getting to know Felix's gorgeous new trainer and good friend, Gio. Increasingly drawn to his sweet smile and smoldering green eyes, she finds herself saying and doing things she normally wouldn't.

As it becomes more and more difficult for each to resist the other, Gio crosses the line between them. He hopes that one kiss will alleviate the overwhelming temptation and clear both their systems, but it does just the opposite. Their temptation suddenly becomes an obsession--a dangerous obsession that can only lead to heartache--for everyone.

Adult Contemporary romance


  • Super stupids

    By going for the MAT
    Oh where do I begin...the doe eyes, the lip licking, the giggling...I really hate these characters. Pretty much all of them. And it just goes on and on, as if someone is getting paid by word count. Just skip 9 out of 10 pages, you won't miss a thing. Did a teenager write this? No, that's an insult to teens. Perhaps it was a computer program that wrote it and it was "edited" by someone who just doesn't care. (The errors indicate it wasn't actually edited). The stupid, it burns! And it's a series of course. As if anybody would keep going!