Monday, 27 March 2017

The Perfect Catch by Alix Nichols


The Perfect CatchThe Perfect Catch by Alix Nichols
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Perfect Catch by Alex Nichols

3.5 Stars

Give me a sports romance to read and I'm a happy girl!
Give me a sports romance about a sport I've never read, and I'll rapidly consume it. Water Polo is not a book theme I've ever read! I really enjoyed it though! I learned a lot about the sport and the FRENCH-m language-I felt like I was back in grade school and I had to touch up on some of my vocabulary and verb conjugations.

Sophie and Noah are not your typical match. A fledgling real estate agent trying to get out from under her dads thumb, Sophia branches out on her own to make a name for herself. Without the help of her dad or his company.

Noah is a yummy water polo player-and I must say, I think I could watch hot dudes in bathing suits all day long, rough housing around in the water! I thought he was funny and sweet and even though Sophie and Noah didn't initially click for me, I had the whole book to fall for them as a couple and fall I did! I really enjoyed how they got to know each other and the journey they took together.

Familial drama was a current theme throughout the entire read and it kept me invested and interested for the whole book. I felt for the characters and for their strife.

The book flowed well and even though I think this was the third book in a trilogy, and there were a few things I wasn't able to follow along with right away, I was eventually able to figure it out in the end and it worked well as a stand alone.

A first for me for Nichols-I always enjoy reading new books from authors I've never heard of and I'm so glad I was offered an ARC from the author in exchange for my honest review.

***Reviewed by Jess for joandisalovebooks blog***

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