Isolation Play (Dev & Lee book 2)

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Devlin Miski thought coming out on national TV would be the hardest part about being a gay football player. But it’s when his press conference is over that the trouble really starts. The athletic tiger and his boyfriend Lee, a fox with a tongue as quick as his wit, still won’t get many breaks in their fight for understanding. They’ll need to deal with a stubborn reporter determined to get a story any way he can, furious parents, and hostile teammates–not to mention each other.

All’s fair in love and war–and this is both.

Isolation Play is the eagerly awaited sequel to the best-selling novel Out of Position and picks up Dev and Lee’s story about five minutes after the end of the first book. Well over a year and a half in the making, Isolation Play is the longest work Kyell Gold has released.

Author: Kyell Gold
ISBN: 978-1-936689-00-2
Style:  Literary Work
Content:  Novel
Parental Rating:  NC-17 – Graphic sexual situations
Publication Date:  January 2011

3 reviews for Isolation Play (Dev & Lee book 2)

  1. W.W. (verified owner)

    Admin note: Review posted on Volle in error, manually recreated under correct product.

    More amazing work from Kyell. I’m not even a mild sports fan but I love this series. When football season starts I wouldn’t be surprised to catch myself watching a game for the first time in my life and actually enjoying it! If you liked the first book you won’t be disappointed here.


    A Furtastic sequel to the honorable story Out of Position
    the rollercoaster of emotions had me in my feelings from cover to cover and i would like to say that the ending of Out of Position flowed seamlessly into this sequel quite nicely, like taking a breath in between a sentence. i had the fortunate opportunity to read this directly after i finished out of position and that was a blessing all in itself. Because like i stated earlier, this sequel is more of a continuation than a sequel. no disruption of the original story that is commonly shown in other successful stories in order to make money. Kyell Gold seemed to have to split up the entire story of Dev and Lee into arc’s to guarantee an enjoyable reading experience. very well done again.

  3. (verified owner)

    A really good sequel to Out of Position; In my opinion better than Out of Position. I’m not a fan of sports whatsoever, which unfortunately made the sports heavy scenes really bland and distracting to me, but that is my fault and not the fault of the book. Despite my disposition to sports, I found myself wanting to turn the page to figure out what was going to happen next.

    Some of the plot twists that came up in the book were really rather predictable, one of them I called two thirds into the prequel. Some of the actions Lee makes are also somewhat dumb and had me scratching my head.

    Despite these problems, the book itself is full of raw emotion and great drama. I look forward to reading the next book. If you’re a big fan of sports, or even indifferent to them, you’ll love this book much more than I ever could. If you’re not, I still suggest you give it a shot and see for yourself.

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