Genre: Sports

Review: Out of Bounds by Lauren Blakely

Review: Out of Bounds by Lauren Blakely

Lauren Blakely’s books are consistently good. Whenever I finish one of them, I’m left with a big smile on my face. That was the case when I finished reading Out of Bounds. Drew Erickson is an NFL quarterback on the rise. He’s focused on the game and his performance has never been better. He’s at […]

Posted November 21, 2016
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Review: Calling the Play by Samantha Kane

Review: Calling the Play by Samantha Kane

Calling the Play is the second installment in Samantha Kane’s Birmingham Rebels series. The Rebels are a ragtag NFL team made up of all the cast offs, troublemakers, and rejects who none of the other teams wanted. In book #1, Broken Play, we met Cass, Beau, and Marian, who ended up in a triad relationship. […]

Posted September 25, 2016
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Review: Game On! by Dani Jace

Review: Game On! by Dani Jace

Game On! is book #2 in Dani Jace’s Seaside Heat series. Although it’s book #2, each book seems to be a standalone since they’re about different couples. I haven’t read book #1 and had no trouble following the story. Admittedly, I picked this up because of the novelty element: the book takes place in Virginia […]

Posted June 27, 2016
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Review: Pucked by Helena Hunting

Review: Pucked by Helena Hunting

I had heard so many good things about this book and I really expected that I would like it, too. However, the writing combined with some plot and characterization issues prevented me from enjoying Pucked. Violet works in accounting for her step-dad, who’s a sports scout. Violet’s step-brother, Buck, is an NHL player. Violet and […]

Posted May 12, 2016
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Review: In His Corner by Vina Arno

Review: In His Corner by Vina Arno

They call him “The Juggernaut.” At age 22, Tommy Raines is an Olympic gold-winning middleweight boxer. He’s got a promising career ahead of him and has sworn off women while he focuses on his training and preparations for turning pro. Then he meets Dr. Siena Carr. When Tommy walks into Siena’s emergency room in need of stitches, […]

Posted April 24, 2016
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Review: Off Limits by Kelly Jamieson

Review: Off Limits by Kelly Jamieson

Off Limits is a holiday novella in the Aces Hockey series. Goodreads lists it as #1.5 in the series. I haven’t read book #1 and had no trouble following the storyline, so it’s safe to say that this can be read as a standalone. The couple from the first book makes just a brief appearance […]

Posted April 24, 2016
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Review: Hot Holiday Nights by Jaci Burton

Review: Hot Holiday Nights by Jaci Burton

Hot Holiday Nights is book #10.5 in Jaci Burton’s Play-by-Play series. It’s a novella (hence the .5) and although it’s part of the series, it can be read out of order and as a standalone. This is also the first ménage story in the series, which I didn’t realize until after I had read a […]

Posted April 24, 2016
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Review: Broken Play by Samantha Kane

Review: Broken Play by Samantha Kane

Broken Play is the first book in the new Birmingham Rebels series. This book is way more than I bargained for, but overall I still think that it’s a decent read. *** SPOILERS FOLLOW *** It’s a spoiler for sure, but I feel like it needs to be disclosed upfront: this book contains not only ménage […]

Posted April 23, 2016
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Review: All Wound Up by Jaci Burton

Review: All Wound Up by Jaci Burton

Note: This is book #10 in the Play-by-Play series. I’ve read several books in the series, but not all of them (yet). Characters from previous books make appearances in this latest one, so that’s something to be aware of if you’re a stickler for reading a series in order. Regardless, All Wound Up can be read and […]

Posted April 23, 2016
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Review: Forward Pass by Desiree Holt

Review: Forward Pass by Desiree Holt

So…I had issues with this book. It started out okay. The writing style is not my favorite, but despite this I stuck with it. In retrospect, I kind of wish I had abandoned this midway because that’s when the story took a downward turn for me. The story is about Joe Reilly, a retired NFL […]

Posted April 23, 2016
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