Over Time (Dev & Lee book 5)

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Football season is over, and in the wake of a tumultuous year, Lee and Dev decide to take this quiet time to think about their relationship. But as their friends and family draw the couple into their own issues, the offseason becomes anything but quiet.


Watching the failures and successes of the relationships close to them gives fox and tiger a lot to think about, but they must decide for themselves whether their love is strong enough to overcome the obstacles in their way—namely, each other.


This is the fifth volume of Dev and Lee’s story which began in Out of Position and continued in Isolation Play, Divisions and Uncovered.


Cover and interior illustrations are by Rukis and Kenket.

Over Time is a romance novel intended for an adult audience only and contains some explicit sexual scenes of a primarily Male/Male nature. It is not for sale to persons under the age of 18.

Author: Kyell Gold
Style:  Literary Work
Content:  Novel
Pages: 392
ISBN: 978-1-936689-51-4
Parental Rating:  NC-17 – Graphic sexual situations
Publication Date:  January 2016

1 review for Over Time (Dev & Lee book 5)

  1. cyberklaw (verified owner)

    Once I started reading this book, I seriously had trouble tearing myself away from it and ended up spending nine hours reading it all in one go, I was so engrossed and eager to see what happened next.

    What can I say about this book? I love the series and I love the characters, so yeah, I loved this book. It was so great to get to read some more of Dev and Lee. I do feel a degree of sadness at having now reached the end of their story, even though it was a sweet and satisfying ending. I do hope Kyell Gold revisits these guys at some point in the future.

    Overall, ‘Over Time’ feels quite an optimistic book. Despite the problems and difficulties faced by the characters and not everything ending well for everyone, it is ultimately a very hopeful and uplifting story about dealing with the changes life throws at you. It’s about accepting who you are. It’s about facing the future, whatever it may bring. At least, that’s my opinion, my interpretation.

    The story did manage a few shocks and surprises along the way, as well as fun moments, sweet moments, heart-warming moments, drama and romance. Basically, all the stuff the series as a whole has been very good at. So, if you enjoyed the previous books in the series, I think it’s fair to say you’ll like this one too.

    So yeah, I whole-heartedly recommend this book!

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