This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Published by Beyond the Page
Released on August 27, 2014
I picked this one up some time ago and I must have been in a certain mood. Apparently, I waited too long because when I started reading it recently, it didn’t do it for me.
I read a couple of chapters and then closed it.
I didn’t read anything bad or awful. There was a light, playful tone to the story. It was about a pro football player watching his friends getting serious about women and him stuck falling for women who were all taken- and not being able to get over that attraction. He had a one night fling with a nice unattached gal at his teammate’s wedding, but let it go and since then, nothing. He knows that Rachel is who he should be going for, but she doesn’t really draw him so he moves on.
He gets up to trouble at a bar when he thinks that it is his coach’s sister in law (twin to the wife) who he gets it on with off by themselves, and he is imagining it is the coach’s wife, but then he discovers he had indeed hooked up with the coach’s wife. She was mad when she found out he thought she was his sister and he was disappointed that he broke the unspoken rule of messing with the coach’s wife.
At this point, I was just meh about the set up so decided to move on. Maybe it’s the summer heat, just a mood, or what, but I wasn’t interested enough to continue.
This is a sports romance and it was of a lighter tone and seemed primed to bring on the heat so if that works for you then give it a whirl.
My thanks to Net Galley for the opportunity to read this story in exchange for an honest review.
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