Liam is leading a life of quiet desperation. He’s had the same job, the same apartment, and the same “boyfriends for the night” for far too long. A serious runner, he seeks community with the Fast Trackers, a local gay running club. The usual group dynamics and drama, set against a season-long competition with another team, are expected—but the great storytelling and writing are a pleasant surprise. This is the best book about a group of athletes since The Front Runner. Kensington (kensingtonbooks.com). —Review: Angel Curtis
Angel Curtis is a regular contributor to OutSmart Magazine.