Monday, August 4, 2014

Review - Kick by Holly S. Carter

Cami Avesque is a shy, wannabe journalist, working for the largest newspaper in Ohio. She’s stuck editing classified ads until she lands her big break. That break comes when the only female sports reporter goes on bed rest for the remainder of her pregnancy. For some reason, Cami is chosen to cover The Slam, a rugby team in Colt, Ohio. They have a chance of going all the way to the Rugby League Championship.

Unfortunately, Cami has a poor track record with jocks and going all the way is one of her problems. Because of her past, she hides her assets behind clothes that are a size too large and big glasses that camouflage the sexual sizzle that eats ripped bodies for lunch. Shy, she must remember she’s shy. If only man muscle didn't bring her wild side out to play she might survive a rugby try.

Gorgeous brothers, Van and Joel Stelson, own, manage, and play for The Slam. They see through Cami’s cover up and attack in order to make their goal. Who will be the first to get her in bed? Who will be the first to win her heart?

Remember in rugby… 80 Minutes, 15 Positions, No Protection, Lets Ruck

Sav's Review

This was my first ever book about Rugby. Technically, you don't need to know about the sport to actually read this book so please don't let that little fact stop you.

This is a book 3 in a series but my first book from Holly S. Roberts. It did not disappoint. Despite what most think, a 3 star review isn't the end of the world and it doesn't mean that you hated a book. 

With that said. 

Holy Hot alphas. The Stelson  brothers are nothing short of sexy, hot, and rugged. You will fall in love them. The problem with brothers is competition. Both want Cami, but who will Cami choose?

Cami is a reporter who is looking to catch her big break. Something happens and she is assigned to a case, that is way bigger than she is used to. She gets her big shot! Her job is simple. To write a piece on the infamous rugby team. One problem is that Cami gets overly excited around muscle.

I will admit there are times where I wanted to slap Cami. She bugged me to no freakin end. She drove me absolutely crazy.

This is a short, quick read and would definitely be great for anybody who loves sports, athletes, or rugby players in general. 3.5 stars 

*arc provided by Netgalley in exchange for honest review*

1 comment:

  1. I had to laugh at your comment about 3 stars not being the end of the world. I loved the review, thank you!