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Cover Reveal - Snap Decision


Snap Decision by Jami Davenport releases on November 29th!


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Bad boy quarterback Tyler Harris plays ball for a living and breaks hearts for a hobby.


With two championships in as many years, Tyler is the best quarterback in the league. Gorgeous and rich, he's at the top of his game. Women love him. Men want to be him. Only Tyler's not feeling the love. In fact, he's not feeling anything at all. Licking his wounds after a scandal and a breakup with his long-time girlfriend, he retreats to a run-down mansion on a remote island in the Pacific Northwest. Once there, Tyler is blindsided by the sassy redhead next door. He knows that he's met his match and possibly his soulmate. There's one problem. She despises him.


Lavender Mead has a good reason to dislike jocks, namely an absentee father who deserted the family to coach college football. Maybe that explains her penchant for bad boys -- especially those who play ball. Her new neighbor seems just that type. Yet Tyler's not the shallow superstar she expected, and she's inexplicably drawn to football's bad boy. The two are so hot together, they're combustible.


As the clock ticks down, can they commit to each other forever? Or will they both fall short of the goal at the last minute?





"Within the pages, you will find a heartfelt story line riddled with drama, passion, raw emotion, and of course the good stuff... heat!"--Red's Romance Reviews


"A very delicious, sports enthusiast romance!! Would definitely read more of this series."--Shock and Awe Blog
"Jami Davenport makes it hard to sit on the sidelines and not root her characters on."--I Love Romance

About the Author:


USA Today Bestselling Author Jami Davenport writes sexy contemporary and sports romances, including her two new indie endeavors: the Game On in Seattle Series and the Madrona Island Series. Jami’s new releases consistently rank in the top fifty on the sports romance and sports genre lists on Amazon, and she has hit the Amazon top hundred authors list in both contemporary romance and genre fiction multiple times. Jami ranked Number Seven on Kobo’s Top Ten Most Completed Authors, an honor bestowed on the year’s “most engaging” authors based on an average page completion rate by their readers.


Jami lives on a small farm near Puget Sound with her Green Beret-turned-plumber husband, a Newfoundland cross with a tennis ball fetish, a prince disguised as an orange tabby cat, and an opinionated Hanoverian mare. Jami works in IT for her day job and is a former high school business teacher. She’s a lifetime Seahawks and Mariners fan and is waiting for the day professional hockey comes to Seattle. An avid boater, Jami has spent countless hours in the San Juan Islands, a common setting in her books. In her opinion, it’s the most beautiful place on earth.


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Website Address: http://www.jamidavenport.com

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Goodreads: http://www.goodreads.com/author/show/1637218.Jami_Davenport



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review 2013-07-30 00:00
Maybe Tonight? (Snap Decision)
Maybe Tonight? - Bridie Clark That’s right, folks. This is a choose-your-own-adventure novel! I didn’t even know people still wrote these. I still remember spending hours upon hours just trying to survive a reading of Give Yourself Goosebumps. (I don’t think I ever did make it to the end alive, no matter how many times I went back and choose differently.)I’m not really sure what to make of this. I certainly would never choose to review a novel like this–I came home, and there it was, sitting in my mailbox, with a nice little sticker from the publisher. And since I’m (mostly) caught up with other review requests and ARCs I’m supposed to get through, I decided what the heck? (Now that was a snap decision.)Honestly, this took me maybe half an hour. I thought I would first go through picking what I thought I would actually do, and then go through again and pick everything the opposite of what I would do. But even then, this read maybe took me half an hour. So I went through a few more times and tried different combinations. I’m sure I didn’t go down every possible path, but I got enough of a gist for the book as I could in order to decide how to rate and review it. Bridie Clark is a pretty funny writer–sure, the second-person is really weird, but I can tell that if she wrote a “normal” novel, it’d be really funny and engaging. If she decides to write something that isn’t a choose-your-own-adventure book, I’d definitely read it! However, that’s the real downer about this–it’s a choose-your-own-adventure novel. It screams third-grade, and the whole “adventure” takes you through maybe one night. None of the endings I ran into actually had consequences, but just ended the night with the vague promise of tomorrow. Not terribly exciting. But still–it was fun while it lasted.An ARC of this book was provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review.Read more?
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review 2013-07-06 00:00
Maybe Tonight? - Bridie Clark Actual rating: 3.5

Fun! Just what I needed. Review to come.
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review 2013-06-25 00:00
Maybe Tonight? - Bridie Clark 1.5 StarsMaybe, Tonight? was not the book for me. While the cover caught my eye, the content lost my interest and never was able to pull me back in.Have you ever played a galge video game, or ever read a magazine that gives you situations and based on which you choose, you go to answer a specific question after that? (Did that sentence even make sense?) This book is like that. We are put in the life of a character, who has just entered a prestigious boarding school, and we the readers get to decide what decisions she makes. The main character is basically a puppet on a string who life is decided by the choices we make. Maybe, Tonight? is unlike anything I've ever read before, and that's not necessarily a good thing.It's… interesting, but I found it difficult to read because I had to flip around so much and miss entire sections of the books. It felt… wrong just skipping around and leaving so many pages unread. I'd never read anything like this! I had no idea that books like this even existed, so that may be from where much of my struggle developed. It was very different for the normal of literature today, and it wasn't written well enough to truly engage me as a reader. It was sloppy--the situations were unrealistic, over-the-top and extremely romance focused.It doesn't help that none of the choices are ones that I would make myself. There are two options at the end of each chapter. When you make a decision, that will lead you to the next chapter of your "situation." Of the two options, I chose ones that I was more likely to make, but they still were not ones that I would act on and that annoyed me a lot. Readers could find it difficult to connect to this novel because they don't agree with, and can't relate to, any of the actions of the main character. The options are the extreme of both options: go out to dinner with the nerdy boy and his cousin, or hit on her best friend's ex-boyfriend? Either way, you are led into a crazy adventure that made little sense, and seemed almost impossible.The characters in this novel were also very vapid, shallow beings. They are all rich (besides the main character), boy obsessed, looking to be famous, scandalous, etc. I didn't enjoy reading about them, I didn't care what happened to them and they really did not feel realistic. None of them were formed well enough to three-dimensional, not even the main character. The book moved too quickly for anyone to fully develop. Each full story is maybe one-hundred pages, so there is no time to really bond with the characters, or get a feel for the setting. It's in and out faster, making Maybe, Tonight? more of a teaser than a full story.Books of this nature are not for me, I've discovered. I'm pretty shocked that there is going to be a sequel--at least, it definitely left off at a point where a sequel seems inevitable. I most likely will not be reading it. This book felt very messy to me, and didn't leave the mark that I had hoped it would. This kind of novel would suit younger teenagers very well, though this novel has some pretty mature themes like drinking, drugs and hints at sexual abuse so I recommend treading with caution.I received an ARC of this novel from the publisher for my honest opinion and review.This review can be seen here on my blog as well.
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