- File Size: 692 KB
- Print Length: 189 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1523652977
- Publication Date: February 23, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01B0Y6XL4
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #341,175 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Top Customer Reviews
Some parts of the story were cute and had mild humor. Dylan is kinda a cutie in a reformed brat bad boy way. There was certainly potential for the story to be more than what it is, but as it is it fell short for me. Overall it seemed rushed. It’s a quick read, and there’s a lot of drama over romance. Actually there isn’t much romance at all so it’s probably better classified as chick lit. If you’re looking for a sweet love story, this isn’t it.
I found this group of former classmates rather immature, and there’s so much lack of communication for characters in a post college age group, although I’ll admit I wasn’t always sure that time line added up but it could have been a cultural difference.
Told via Camille’s first person POV, Balls is the first in a standalone series. The next book features her brother, and a sample is included.
Dylan is in high school with Camille. In fact he shows us dangers of the social media while Camille proves that life can go on with out it.
Remember the athletic event I mentioned before? Well Camille was wearing the uniform required and while assisting, she had to stretch and the uniform did nothing to flatter her girly parts. Dylan choose that picture to share on social media and in the process humiliate Camille. Camille chooses to hold her head high, graduate and go away to college and even closing her social media accounts. After graduating college, Camille moves back home and decides to show everyone, including Dylan that she is not what that picture showed and that she is a successful, smart woman. Camille opens a child’s play center, which is a huge success.
Dylan wants to make up for all that he did wrong in high school. He’s successful in his own right and wants to prove to Camille that he liked her in high school and that picture just got out of control.
After too much to drink on a double date, someone gets the idea to go to Camille’s play center and have adult play time. A secret kiss in the dark leads to confusion between Camille and her date Jack, Dylan and Beth. Do these four make it out of the play center with their hearts intact?
A very sweet, quick read which gets 4 stars. There’s a little bit of steam which adds to this fun story.
This was a short read but it was time very well spent,
Camille suffered through school and couldn’t wait to get away from the daily torment she suffered at the hands of Dylan, he really was the pain in her ass that she couldn’t wait to see the back of.
But when her stint at Uni is over she heads back home, more confident and content that she is no longer that walk over, she can hold her own and they will never make her feel the way they did again but is it all bravado or can she flex her new found muscle and make them all take notice?
I loved her confidence and her attitude she was a fantastic character but she lives in a small town and everyone knows everyone else’s business it was only a matter of time before the people and past would come knocking on her door and in some respects her confidence.
But when she meets her ex, Jack, I wasn’t sure exactly how things were going to ride out, mind you that is no different than my emotions for much of the book, the author did an amazing job of filling the story with fabulous characters that did everything they could to keep me on my toes.
Honestly it was a full time job just keeping on top of all the shenanigans, especially Camille’s mum, Oh and her best friend Beth…really in some books they would have been locked away they were hazardous to her sanity!
I smiled my way through huge chunks of the story, I laughed out loud for much of it too, really this was so funny!!!
As the first in a series, I am looking forward to the next book and I really want to hear more from both Beth and Camille’s brother Tyler.
However, he fears her rejection and tries to be just friends with her. From this point on the fun times start and a world of surprises opens for the both of them.
From jumping on balls and taking dogs on a walk. This is a fun and crazy ride. :)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I absolutely loved this book and i was really sad that it was so short but it didn't stop the book from being entertaining and funny too. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Donna Midgley
HA! Short, sharp and funny. Balls is a quick read with a few laughs along the way.Published 20 days ago by Amazon Customer
Perfect little book. Loved it from start to finish. Found a new author and am moving on to the next one's in the series.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Dylan bullied Camille in school, carrying on the grade school way of most boys who are crushing on a girl. Only they were in high school. Read morePublished 1 month ago by KG
Camille has been bullied in school by Dylan and when she returns at age 21 in town she is surprised to find he is the assistant bank manager. He apologizes for tormenting her. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Bookgyrl
what a fun read, I read this book so quick I couldn’t put it down. it was just so light hearted and so much fun to read. Read morePublished 1 month ago by emma obsessed book reviews bramley
This is the first in a series of novellas by Andie and I must say I really enjoyed this. It was definitely different with its use of the ‘local’ dialect (no I did not need the... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Joanna Brocklehurst-Smith
I really enjoyed the humor and banter between Camille and Dylan. If you like a funny, feel good read then grab this book! I look forward to reading more by this author.Published 2 months ago by Brandy
Love it. Even though it's a quick read, there's so much packed into it. It's romantic and funny at the same time.Published 2 months ago by Wendy