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review 2017-09-18 20:22
Review: The Quarterback by Mackenzie Blair
The Quarterback - Mackenzie Blair





It took me til 70% that my eye-rolling became a problem. I did actually like Matt & Trevor but the cliché's..... They were too much. The sex scenes were frequent, very frequent. The maseuse scenes in the beginning were hott. Me likey!!

This was good enough for a windy, rainy wednesday afternoon.








I'm hoping that this going to be a series. I'd like to have Drew's story. He was an amazing side-character.



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review 2017-09-09 14:36
Right here
The Quarterback - Mackenzie Blair

Matt is in a very difficult place.  Literally.  He is in a very conservative school.  Where he plays football.  With people who would kick him out if they knew the truth.  Then he meets him.  The man who will change everything about what he needs.


Trevor feels used by Matt at first.  Does not really get what he wants.  Then he finally admits to himself he has wanted Matt since the first time he saw him years ago.  The sparks flying around the room when they are in it together.... could burn a person to ashes.


Some stories stick with you.  This one will for me for a long time.  I thought the author's presentation of the personal feelings and obstacles that had to be overcome came across very real.  I will definitely look to read more by said author.  These characters were fun and entertaining to read.  I give this book a 4/5 Kitty's Paws UP!



***This ARC copy was given by Netgalley and its publishers in exchange for an honest review.

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review 2017-09-01 05:55
Sweet Story
The Second Quarterback: Gay Sports First Time Romance - Van Cole

A fast, sweet story. I was pleasantly surprised by the amount of back story given, considering the length of the book. Alex and Garrett have chemistry and while there is some steam, it's not what the story is about. The lead in is good and the book is about the getting to know each other phase at the beginning of a relationship. It's short and to the point without a lot of fluff and with its happy for now ending, it's the perfect length and content for an enjoyable lunchtime read.

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review 2017-06-25 02:46
Sacking the Quarterback
Sacking the Quarterback (BookShots Flames) - Samantha Towle
Melissa, the assistant state attorney, is tasked with throwing the book at Grayson. Grayson is arrested for drug possession. Grayson just happens to be the star player for the NFL. Melissa, the assistant state attorney, and Grayson are just HAWT for each other. Of course they are!
I liked that Melissa, the assistant state attorney, was driven and smart. I didn't like how she was "struck dumb" by the hot guy. I didn't appreciate how willing she was to put her career on the line for a guy she just met. Neither character had much depth. Overall, not as bad as it was when I first started. Nice little plot with the brother, the cartel, and Melissa, the assistant state attorney's, boss. But then, as it usually does in Romance Land, everything works out just fine.
I was nice and rounded up to a 3 for Goodreads. I probably should have rounded down for all the times I was reminded that Melissa was the assistant state attorney. Keeping in theme with the book, I made sure to throw out plenty of reminders! Just in case.


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review 2017-05-11 00:00
Healing the Quarterback
Healing the Quarterback - Leslie North Charlie Wild is like a kid in a candy store when it comes to women. Fame, money and his skill on the field, has made him a household name with a playboy rep. When injury comes calling, this wild child starts falling. This could prove to be the wake up call he needs to both his heart and his image. Dylan Rose and her healing hands have played a part in some of the best sports stars recoveries. She loves what she does, but has no time for bossy male egos. Charlie represents all the traits she despises. Arrogance, hardheadedness and a god complex that unleashes her sharp tongue. The sparks fly, the barbs land and the feeling overflow. Healing The Quarterback makes a great case for why Leslie North readers always come back for more.
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