- File Size: 325 KB
- Print Length: 195 pages
- Publication Date: September 1, 2019
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07X2C919F
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #391,319 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
His Favorite Player (Portland Piranhas Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Will be starting the next book in the series tonight!
His Favorite Player is the first book in the Portland Piranhas series by author Alie Noland. This story is written in dual pov. I love dual pov it allows me into the minds of both characters in a more personal way.
Ryan is an NFL player. He doesn’t think he is better than anyone else he is really a humble person. He doesn’t want other people’s attention on him. He is having a quiet beer with his best friend when he spots a man alone in the back corner of the bar. He goes over to say hi.
I love the quiet nerdiness of Ryan he is the kind of friend who is loyal and steady.
Alec is cute and sweet. Has on nail polish and doesn’t really follow American Football. He is a British graphics artist.
I liked watching these two fall in love. I found the story to be really sweet and emotional read. I love a good true love wins the day story and this is that. I highly recommend this story to a true romantic I don’t think you would be disappointed at all, I know I was not.
Five Shooting Stars
I love the trope, a celebrity falling for someone who has no idea who they are. There’s an appeal, for someone famous to find someone that makes them feel normal, and loved, and more than what they are famous for. It just tickled me that he lied that Ryan was his favorite player, with no clue he was talking to Ryan. He and Ryan are so happy together. There were times that had me grinning as I read scenes with them together.
They were such a fun couple, foodfight and all.
The *cough* romance *cough* scenes were plentiful. If you’re looking for more of that than a drawn out romance, this will hit all your buttons. I just wanted there to be more.
One scene that stuck with me, and will stick with me for a long time, is when Ryan’s father met Alec. I could sit here and tell you all about it, but I think it’s best experienced by reading it yourself. It was organic, honest, and touching.
On to book two!
There was never a dull moment during this book. I literally fell asleep last night with the kindle in my hand because I didn’t want to put it down. I woke up at 7 this morning still holding the kindle and instantly finished reading the book before going to take my morning pee 😂.
Ryan and Alec were adorable, likable and hot together. Even the side characters were charming and left me wanting more from all of them.
The writing was very clear, and straight to the point (which I love). No wasting time with filler sentences just to stretch out the word count.
Every word written served a purpose. Either to further the story along, add to the characters development or to provide necessary description. Alie does not waste our time with shit we don’t need to know.
Oh, and there was a nice little tear jerker moment. I ended up crying while reading it this morning 😂.
I can’t wait for Colton’s book!