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Undone By You (Chicago Rebels #2.5)

USA TODAY bestselling author Kate Meader brings her signature steamy sex scenes, colorful characters, and riveting dialogue (RT Book Reviews) to this novella in the Chicago Rebels series, following the general manager of the Rebels as he scores with one of his players off the ice.Dante Moretti has just landed his dream job: GM of the Chicago Rebels. And screw the haters who think there should be an asterisk next to his name because hes the first out managing executive in pro hockey. Hes earned the right to be here and nothing will topple him off that perchespecially not an incredibly inconvenient attraction to his star defenseman, Cade Alamo Burnett. Cade has always been careful to keep his own desires on the down low, but his hot Italian boss proves to be a temptation he cant resist. Sure, they both have so much to lose, but no one will ever know...As Dante and Cades taboo affair heats up off the ice and their relationship gets more and more intense, theyll have to decide: is love worth risking their careers? Or is this romance destined to be forever benched?Note: this is a long-ish novella of approximately 40,000 words set in the Chicago Rebels world....

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Number of Pages : 184 pages
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Undone By You (Chicago Rebels #2.5) Reviews

  • Jen

    4.5 Stars

    This series just keeps getting better and better. Cade and Dante’s story has been a long time coming and let me tell you, it did not disappoint.

    Cade Burnett was raised to be the stereotypical Texas man from the time he was knee high to a grasshopper. That sounds cheesy but just roll with me.

    ”You’re Texan, son. Here we worship big tits, a vengeful God, and the almighty pigskin.”

    Cade’s natural affability and light hearted personality has served him well in the past. His relationship wit

  • Aly

    Undone By You is the story of a professional hockey player and closeted gay and his boss, the first openly gay general manager in the NHL. At the beginning, Cade makes it clear he's only in it for the fun and doesn't want a relationship. He's used to impress with his sexual prowess so Dante's approach to get to know him unsettle him. But the more time Cade spend with the elegant GM, the more he seem to be ready to commit. And that's when the role are reversed. Dante is getting cold feet because ...more

  • ☕ Kimberly

    Dante Moretti is openly gay, and while the Chicago Rebels accept him, he keeps his private life, well,  private. While spending his Saturday evening at an invite-only private club where discretion is a requirement Dante spots the Chicago Rebels star defenseman Cade Burnett. Cade isn't openly gay, in fact, he is often seen with several ladies on his arm. The tale that unfolded was sweet, sizzling hot and touching as Cade dealt with many firsts.

    I don't normally pick up M/M romances, but a few seri

  • Mindy Lou's Book Review

    I love all the boundaries that are being smashed in the Chicago Rebels series by Kate Meader.

    We have three sisters that inherited a failing hockey league. Their father daring them in his death to beat the odds of making the team a success with impossible restrictions. Something even he, a former pro hockey player couldn't do.

    All sisters are proving to the masses that women can be just as good in a male dominated sport. Add in players on the team that come from diversified backgrounds who each b

  • Maida

    Five chest-aching/lump-in-my-throat stars.

    So, that was gut-wrenching in the best possible way. I was curled up in a ball crying for Cade and Dante and how awesome they both are. I don't read a lot of MM romances outside of a menage relationship and only by a couple of authors I trust. Kate Meader is one of them and that trust is upheld with Undone By You.

    I shouldn't be able to relate, but I did. The story-telling is intimate. Kate grabs you from the first scene and involves you with Dante and C

  • Joyfully Jay

    A Joyfully Jay review.

    4.5 stars

    Undone by You is the third book in Meader’s Chicago Rebels series. It is the first m/m of the series and from what I could see, the first m/m the author has written. The series revolves around three sisters who inherited a hockey team from their father and Cade sums it up with his description of the series as, Three women and a gay guy walk into an NHL franchise. I have not read the other books in the series and while Dante and Cade were most likely introduced in

  • Chris  Carroll

    Hot and delicious... yummm.


    It takes a certain type of writer to be able to write romance between two men. A talent to where it becomes a beautiful thing instead of something crass and ugly. Meader is one of those authors that I trust to read this type of romance.

    This book starts with a bang and never lets up. It took me a little bit to get back into the groove of the hockey team theme since it had been several months since the last installment. Thankfully, a few chapters i

  • Astrid - ☆Vanilla & Spice Books☆

    IT'S LIVE"



    If you've read the previous book in the Chicago Rebels series you might have caught glimpses of Cade and Dante's strange connection. There seemed to have been something going on, chemistry, electricity and one scene toward the end of Isobel's book that looked like something akin to a fight. Now we get all the deets - UNDONE BY YOU runs parallel to SO OVER YOU.

    I've always had a thing for the sharp, a little sardonic and reserved Dante Mor

    “Honestly, Cade? You’re impossible to resist.”

    I loved Cade from the first moment I met him. He is a light-hearted, laid-back Texan guy, always a joke on his lips to lighten the mood and cheer up the team. Of course, it isn't until UNDONE BY YOU that you realize that he, too, comes with baggage. He is firmly in the closet for multiple reasons and none of them have to do with cowardice. One, there is his dad, who is proud of him but being from Texas he has a rather old-fashioned opinion about what a family must look like. Two, there is still the misconception that only because you're gay you can't be masculine and thus don't belong on a testosterone-fueled hockey team that also has all sorts of homophobic characters. It's like fighting wind mills. But Cade isn't just adorable, endearing, funny and playful, he is also bold and brave and it's the combination that has Dante's hormones raging. I adore him and his connection with Violet. Their friendship is so incredibly special.

    He dropped a kiss on her now purple-streaked hair, feeling incredibly blessed to know her.

    Dante doesn't want to think of Cade as a potential relationship. Too many obstacles stand in their way. For one there is the fact that he is Cade's boss. Then there is the age gap. And third he promised himself never to bind himself to somebody who was still closeted. He'd given up too much to let himself be second best in somebody else's life. In his experience coming out comes with sacrifices, however, the freedom of it beats the hiding and secrecy by a long shot.

    Dante was everything I expected him to be and more. He was protective of Cade, always had an open ear for him and ready with advice if asked. He also made me a little angry but there was also understanding for where he was coming from. Dante turned out to be the enigma I thought him to be. He was a contradiction of reserved, cool, collected and warm, kind, wise and vulnerable. - yes, it sounds weird and I applaud Kate Meader to transfer that through her words.

    The quote below is significant - and it shows what's wrong with society. It's taken from the conversation Dante has with Cade's father.

    Tucker: “Then why do it? Why upset everything just to make some statement?”

    Dante: “What kind of statement am I making other than to demand that people accept I can love whomever I want? Do you think gay people are bucking society’s norms to mess with straight people’s minds?

    Figures that this novella is my favorite in the series so far. I wish Ms. Meader would have written a full length novel about Cade and Dante, the material would have been there. But, we still have one more story coming up in this series and I can't wait to see more of these two. UNDONE BY YOU is a wonderful addition to the Chicago Rebels series and has it all - it's sexy and sweet, two wonderful leads and full of banter. I have no idea how Kate Meader comes up with this stuff but her brand of humor totally aligns with mine.

    “This chest. These muscles. All this hair!” And then he rubbed his cheek against Dante’s pec like a fucking kitten. He drew back. “Sorry, but that’s been on my list.”

    If you read MM give this a chance - it definitely can be read as a standalone and while I couldn't get enough of Dante and Cade the author did a great job of packing a satisfying story into this shorty.

    "That was the bravest thing I’ve ever seen,” Dante whispered. “I’m so proud of you, polpetto.”