Trying to Score (Assassins, #2)
Pages no: 478
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, Sports And Games
, Sports Romance
, New Adult
The book wasn't too bad but there were a few things that I didn't like. Fallon was way too sensitive and winy and afraid and selfish. There was just too many of this. And Lucas I just don't know how was he so patient with her.There were a few unrealistic moments. Like when he was leaving for a few d...
Oh Lucas Brooks... How you have won my ❤! And Fallon, how I so wanted to bitch slap you through about 90% of this book! There is so much I want to say about this book that I honestly don't know where to start, especially without giving away too much. Basically Fallon is a grade A biotch to Lucas for...
I was hoping to agree with all the positive review for this book, but I simply can't.I can look past all the grammatical errors in the book, and there were A LOT.What I cannot look past was I absolutely positively HATED Fallon, the female lead. Halfway through the book I never wished so hard that I ...
I think I like the first one better.Don't get me wrong, I liked this too. It's just that I'm wondering.. Is there a pattern here? Am I supposed to hate the heroine and then love the hero?Gawd.. I totally hated Fallon. Though it's understandable that she became UNTRUSTING, INSECURE and such a LIAR (b...
I was a little apprehensive when I started reading Trying to Score. I mean, Toni wrote a beautiful (and quite hot) story for Ellie and Shea. Both of those characters were embedded into my heart once I finished that book. (And I loved that Toni added them into the story throughout the book instead of...