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Blindsided

By His Game, Book 1
By: Emma Hart
Length: 9 hrs and 34 mins
4 out of 5 stars (35 ratings)
Regular price: $27.99
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Publisher's Summary

As the daughter of Hollywood's sweetheart, Leah Veronica can't even buy a coffee without finding her face on a magazine stand, so it's no wonder she's launching her first fashion line in secret. With it debuting at New York Fashion Week in just under a month, extra time in the spotlight is the last thing she needs.

As the son of the best quarterback the league has ever seen, filling legendary shoes as the LA Vipers' quarterback was inevitable for Corey Jackson. So was meeting Leah Veronica - the first girl to hand him his ass without putting a hair out of place. Getting the sexy, prickly blonde into his bed becomes his number-one goal. But getting the handsome, overconfident footballer the hell away from her becomes Leah's - at least until she realizes the best way to do that is to give him what he wants.

When secrets are exposed and hearts are shattered, they have to figure out if they've been blindsided by love or reality and if it's worth running the extra yard to win the game they never meant to play.

Contains mature themes.

©2015 Emma Hart (P)2015 Tantor

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This book seemed to never end.

It is the typical boy wants girl, girl wants boy. Girl thinks boy lied to her and they break up and then third party gets involved to save the day. Big disappointment. narration is good though.

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poorly written

didnt like the characters. didnt like the plot, no depth. didnt like the narrators. this is just bad.

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Really good read for me except for...

I really enjoyed the story until the last 8 minutes of Audible Chapter 29, then enjoyed the rest of the novel. The reason I am picking on the last 8 minutes is that it was a constant rehash of the same angsty thing. The only other part of the story that bothered me was that not one friend questioned the reason one of the main characters was so upset with the other... they just decided to bash.

What did I like?
1. Great character development
2. Friends were a true part of the story and not just taking up space.
3. The story had a nice flow
4. I felt drawn to the characters and cared about the outcome!

I am looking forward to listening to the next book in the series.

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Frustrating

Leah is so irritating. She blames Corey for everything when she is closed off and extremely mixed up. I could not root for her at all.

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Don’t be blindsided by Ms Leah V

This story had a lot of promise, but it was just really difficult to sympathize with the female lead. She comes across as too mean, whiny and self-centered. So much so that I really didn’t want her to get the guy in the end!

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CindyJ

I loved Leah and Jack , I'm going to read part 2 about Macy and Jack.