I loved this book, especially the way we see Troy grow a spine and become the role model that he should be.
After getting in a fight with his BFF at practice, Troy is traded from the winning Toronto team to the losing Ottawa team. Unmoored from his habits, and dumped by his closeted actor boyfriend for someone who can help his career, Troy is a physical representation of a human thundercloud.
Harris is the social media manager for the Ottawa team, and Troy's opposite; constantly cheerful, out and proud, and a genuinely nice guy who everyone seems to love.
Opposites attract, and Troy starts to want to be a better man....