November 27, 2016 2 min to read
Category : Reviews
They say you should never date the boss’s daughter.
That goes doubly so when you’re a pro football player and her father owns the team.
But what do you do if she can’t stay away?
Mackenzie Mayfield is smart, interesting and the hottest girl I’ve ever seen. She’s also the daughter of my team’s owner and a front office executive. And she’s entirely off limits.
For both reasons.
The trouble is, she won’t leave me alone. And I can’t stay away from her either, not after I’ve saved her from something horrible.
But how can we get together when we work together?
The rule says I’m not supposed to date anyone at work. I’m definitely not supposed to undress Mackenzie with my eyes and with my hands every time she looks at me.
All I want is to help my team win a championship.
But in the meantime, I’m in danger of losing my heart to Mackenzie Mayfield.
Hudson Asher’s been on my father’s team for a decade. He’s a hulking beast of a man who destroys his opponents on the field.
All I can think of when I see him are the naughty things I want him to do to me.
After saving me from something terrible, I try and return the favor, but something is holding us both back from each other.
I just hope I can find out what it is in time.
Blitzed is book 3 of the Alpha Ballers series, but can be read standalone. It is 62,000 words long and contains an HEA with no cliffhanger.
*This is not a football heavy story, but unlike other football romances, there is an attempt to get the facts correct, so if you’re not into sports, don’t worry! It’s medium on the sports and heavy on the steam!*
I received an advanced copy from the Lucy Snow in exchange for an honest review.
This series keeps getting better and better. Like book two you don’t need to have read the others in the series in order to enjoy it or know what is going on but reading the first two make this one even better. And you get a few more giggles from having their insight. As a football fan, I really enjoy the way that Snow describes the teams they are playing, accurately describing their strengths and weaknesses and the challenges that the team will face when playing them. I found it to be a little predictable but still enjoyed this fun and quick read.
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