Knox Masters knows what he wants, and he gets it. All-American football player? Check. NFL pros scouting him? Check. Now he's set his sight on two things: the national title and Ellie Campbell. Sure, she's the sister of his teammate, but that's not going to stop him. Especially not when he's convinced that Ellie is the one.
But Ellie isn't as sure. She's trying to start a new life, and she's not interested in a relationship...with anyone. Besides, it's not just her cardinal rule of never dating her brother's teammates that keeps her away; Ellie has a dark secret that would jeopardize everything Knox is pursuing.
©2015 Jen Frederick (P)2016 Tantor
I loved the virginal football player, Knox. Finally a male character without huge issues he is dealing with and who doesn't one night stand. He is waiting for a real relationship. Ellie, has a brother who plays football, she sacrifices much for her brother and ultimately Knox, but it doesn't go on forever thank goodness. I lived the characters, loved the devotion and real romance between the H and h. Keep them coming!!! I have the Kerr Chronicles by Jen Fredrick and love them also, still the totally in love and faithful H, with a bit more angst
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The focus of this story is the relationships, and how refreshing that we have a hero actually looking for love rather than one-night stands. Then theres the sibling relationship. These characters care for eachother. With a smidgen of angst and a whole lot of sweetness, this was a good story. Just wish the male narration was better.
words cannot describe how bad this story was but I'll sure try. Guy meets girl and decides shes the ONE. Totally unbelievable storyline along this thread. then comes the whole no chemistry problem. And finally the hot and heavy scenes.... cringeworthy and awkward. the audible version narration did nothing to help the story.
The story was enjoyable. The female narration worked. The male narrator reminded me of Kelsey Grammer. Didn't at all like the voice of a college age guy imo.
I have had to go to audio books because of a disorder, and I've been in a bit of a funk. This is JUST what the doctor ordered!!!! I'm not college age and I'm not old, but I'm a bit in the middle. BUT reading about a TRUE and SURE love that takes work and sacrifice was beautiful!!! There was no unrealistic drama or crazy ex's that should be institutionalize but end up getting their own book! It was REAL!!! I could see it and feel it as the words were being read!
Both voices fit the main characters great! I had one before that it was an older man with a scratchy voice and I couldn't finish because it distracted too much from the story. Sacked was done really well! You feel a lot of angst to know when the bomb will drop but again, it's realistic!
Love love love and I will listen to it again and again
The story was fine but the voices were too staged. The male voice needed to soften his impeccable articulation to sound more like a football player. He didn't read the Warriors record correctly.
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