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Intended for Bristol: A Second Chances Novel - Community Reviews back

by L.P. Dover
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BuckeyeAngel
BuckeyeAngel rated it 3 years ago
Jaxon was the star kicker for the Carolina Cougars.in the NFL. Jaxon had done some bad things to his teammates and was steadily working to be forgiven for. Jaxon is trying to change but it isn’t easy. Then the team gets a new quarterback named Ryan. Jaxon didn’t like Ryan right from the start . Th...
Nadine's Obsessed with Books
Nadine's Obsessed with Books rated it 4 years ago
Jaxon is the bad boy that rivals all others, this sexy Kicker for the Carolina Cougars just doesn't know when enough is enough. We have seen him try to steal his teammates girlfriend in Catching Summer by arranging for the ex-girlfriend of the player to be found in his bed by the current girlfriend ...
Iron Canuck
Iron Canuck rated it 4 years ago
Jaxon sure comes off as a dirtbag to start. As his history is revealed, I came to like him more. He has created issues for others on the team, but this story is about his taming. Bristol fights for his love when she realizes how much Jaxon means to her. I loved the strength she showed when dealing w...
TheBookDisciple
TheBookDisciple rated it 4 years ago
Predictable but enjoyable none the less. Jax was a pretty big douche in previous books, so it was good to see him find the one.
pie and papercuts
pie and papercuts rated it 4 years ago
[DNF]I hate, hate, hate DNFing books for reviews. but I made it to about 20% before I just couldn't anymore. The writing is all tell, tell, tell. Too many names and details that aren't really necessary. Not in an info dump right in the middle of actual action, anyway. I get that there are a lot of p...
Dreams and Screams Bookaholics
Dreams and Screams Bookaholics rated it 5 years ago
I received a copy from NetGalley in return for an honest review. Even though this book is listed as #8 in the Second Chances series, you can read them individually. I wouldn’t, but that’s because everything L.P. Dover writes is amazing. I haven’t come across a bad or heaven forbid a boring book yet....
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