Wednesday, 12 April 2017

Block & Tackle by Elise Faber


Block & TackleBlock & Tackle by Elise Faber
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

First things first, I love Hutch and I need a real life version of him ASAP.

These are all good stories. Forbidden loves are always an enticing concept. Don't we always want what we can't have?

Off Sides is cute. I liked getting Devon's point of view and seeing how he couldn't resist her anymore than she could him. "Straight-up-vodka-without-a-twist awkward" is officially one of my new favorite sayings.

Back to my Hutch. Yes, mine. Off Guard is great. Hutch is the perfect male specimen in every way. Charlie is a great example for the girls that look perfect on the outside may not always feel perfect on the inside. I think any female can relate to that.

Off Limits is a good story as well. I feel for Markus. He's done what he thinks is really best for his friend, even though it's cost him something he wants greatly. I love Ava's sass. A strong woman is always good to have in a story. Strong/stubborn, same thing.

I enjoyed all three of these stories.

I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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