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Title: Rebound
Author: Andrew Grey
Series: Standalone
Genre: M/M Contemporary Romance/ Sports Romance
Publisher: DreamSpinner Press
Release Date: Feb 13 2019
Edition/Format: 1st Edition/Format ~ eBook & Print
Professional basketball player Bri Early needs a physical therapist after an injury, 
and he’s heard that Obie is the best. Bri takes an immediate liking to the out-and-proud man 
with the magic touch, and even though Bri isn’t openly gay himself, he’d never let anything 
stand in the way of something he wants.
Obie can’t deny that the sexy athlete presses all his buttons, but he’s a professional and has 
no intention of getting involved with a client. While they’re working together, it’s hands off, 
no matter how great the temptation.
But being a pro athlete isn’t easy. Bri has enemies, and one of them is making his life hell. 
When his house is set ablaze, Bri can no longer pretend the threatening messages he’s 
receiving are jokes. He needs a safe place to stay, and Obie can’t turn his back. 
But the two of them in the same house is a recipe for combustion that could burn them 

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“Yes, Bri said to enter here.” Obie marched right up to the door and showed the men the tickets that Bri had messengered over. The blond looked him over, his eyes widening, and then handed him back the tickets. His friend motioned and looked at them as well, sharing a glance with his compatriot before motioning them inside with a crisp movement. Obie went straight through with Chippy, while David lingered for ten seconds or less before following behind them. “It’s right up here.” Obie pointed and led them up to an entrance and then, following the seat layout, down closer to the front. Another man stood at a gate of sorts, and Obie showed him their tickets.
“Gentlemen,” he said gently, opening the gate. “Wait just inside.”
Obie stood off to the side, waiting until he came back. “Holy crap,” David whispered. “No wonder they looked at us like we were from another planet.”
Obie glanced around at the men all sitting there, looking at them as if they were an exhibit in the zoo. Most were wearing jerseys and jeans, and some had scruffy beards. These were guys, regular guys. Certainly none of them wore eyeliner or a touch of sparkle above the eyes. Some even curled their lips upward or turned away to talk to the guy next to them. Obie lifted his head, turned toward where the man had gone, and waited. There was no way he was going to give anyone the satisfaction of seeing him react to them.
“Obie,” Bri said as he made his way over on his crutches. “Come on over.”
“Bri Early?” one of the men asked, hurrying forward with his hand extended. Suddenly the other men were up from their seats, with more following behind. Bri shook hands with each one and smiled, taking a few minutes and signing some autographs.
“Excuse me, guys, I need to get off my foot,” he told the gathering crowd, and backed inside the enclosure. Obie joined him with David and Chippy, and then the gate was closed and Bri slowly made his way back to where he’d been sitting. “Did you have any trouble?”
“No,” Obie answered. “You remember David and Chippy.”
“Of course.” Bri motioned to four chairs right at the edge of the court, maybe ten feet from where the other players sat. Obie got the guys seated and then took the chair next to Bri.
“This is something,” Obie said, his left foot bouncing on the floor. Some of the other players approached to speak with Bri, and he introduced them all. Obie was in heaven.

Author Information
Andrew grew up in western Michigan with a father who loved to tell stories and a mother who 
loved to read them. Since then he has lived throughout the country and traveled throughout 
the world. He has a master’s degree from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and works 
in information systems for a large corporation.
Andrew’s hobbies include collecting antiques, gardening, and leaving his dirty dishes 
anywhere but in the sink (particularly when writing)  He considers himself blessed with an 
accepting family, fantastic friends, and the world’s most supportive and loving partner. 
Andrew currently lives in beautiful, historic Carlisle, Pennsylvania.

Author Links
Facebook Group All the Way with Andrew Grey
Twitter @andrewgreybooks

For Other Works by Andrew Grey
(Please Be Sure To Stop by His Website to See All 
of His Works)

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