Review: Personal Foul by Britney Bell

Review: Personal Foul by Britney Bell

Contemporary sports romance author Britney Bell brings you an enemies to lovers novella with the sexy Texas Tornados football team’s wide receiver and a personal shopper.

Avery Little is a fire bomb who won’t be pushed around by anyone no matter their economic or celebrity status. Or, even if they are hot as sin!

Drew Elliott won’t get close enough to a woman long enough to make a connection. With his name on the back of his jersey girls flock to him, so he doesn’t need commitment.

When these two souls collide, literally, will they see past their hard set ways to either’s true identity, or will they just move on without another thought?

Download Personal Foul now to enjoy this sexy and fun game of tug-of-war.

My Review:
Title: Personal Foul
Author: Britney Bell
Format: ebook
Genre: Romance, sports (football), enemies to lovers
Standalone: yes
Part of a Series: Texas Tornados #2
POV: Avery and Drew
Steam Level: slow burn to sexy

Personal Foul is the second official book in the Texas Tornadoes series. In it we don’t really see the couple from Perfect Form, the first novella in this series but we do get to see the couple from Outside Blitz, the prequel to the series. Perfect Form is a sexy enemies to lovers, sports novella. It’s sweet and funny and I love how Avery sets (and keeps) her boundaries, calling Drew out in his actions and making him prove himself to her before giving him a chance. This is a fun series and I look forward to reading more books to come.

I received an advanced copy of this book for free. This is my honest and voluntary review.

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