Intercepted by Love: Part One: A Football Romance (The Quarterback's Heart Book 1) Kindle Edition
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At first, Cade and Andie seem like an odd match given their professions (football player and librarian), however, Ms Ayala makes it very believable. If at all, their chosen professions take a backseat to who they are as people and you're able to see them for who they are - not what they do.
When they meet sparks fly, irregardless of the snafu with their dogs, and they fall headlong into an affair that exposes their inner desires and past hurts.
Ms Ayala is one of my auto-buy authors and I love that her characters are not generic. They are flawed and lovable and gloriously imperfect that you can't help but feel for them - sometimes it's wanting to give them a hug or a glare and ask them what the hell they're doing. But ultimately, you'll find yourself rooting for them.
The passion and romance between Andie and Cade appears to develop very suddenly, however, once you get to know them, you'd realize that it's actually perfect for them. Again, it wasn't generic, but unforced and natural. I tell you, it can't get any better than that.
The dogs, Red and Gollie, are so freaking adorable - even if they do get in "trouble" a lot - and their antics cute.
My favorite part of this book was Cade's vulnerability. Despite his past hurts, he wasn't afraid of pursuing Andie and letting her see/know how he felt. He wasn't afraid of being open with Andie and that is a very precious thing indeed. If at all, Cade reminds me of Matthew Sky from "Night Owl" by M. Pierce. Both are seriously flawed and, I'll use the word again, gloriously imperfect characters that you can't help but love unconditionally.
I really did enjoy this book and, even though there is a cliffhanger, I'm okay with it because it ended on the right note and the other parts won't take forever to get here.
So...once again, great job Ms Ayala.
Andi considers herself a simple and content girl. She has a decent job that allows her to pursue her love of history, and she does everything she can to help her mother care for her ailing father. She believes that she is happy as she can be until she unexpectantly meets a huge brute of a man who turns out to have the biggest heart she has ever seen. Her heart won’t let her shut him out, and she finds herself doing the impossible – falling hard for this man who is a mere stranger to her. Cade has come to Andi’s town as a way to hide until he is ready to face the problems he has created back at home. The last thing he ever expected was to find the feisty and intriguing Andi. He doesn’t know how to have a real relationship, so he fumbles and trips up a few times trying to figure out how to do the whole dating thing. No matter what he can’t and then doesn’t want to fight the undeniable attraction to this remarkable woman who sees more of him than anyone else cared to. Can he prove to her that he truly loves her in spite of who he is, or will the secrets from his past ruin any chances with Andi and a future filled with true love and endless happiness?
Andi is such a wonderful character with the unconditional love she has for her parents. She doesn’t shirk from her responsibilities because of her deep and appreciative love for those who raised and cared for her. No matter how hard things get, she still does what she can to help out. Cade is one who has never been shown what it is like to truly love and be loved. Andi couldn’t be more perfect for Cade at this point in this life. Her deep love and unwavering devotion is exactly what he needs to breathe new life back into him and give him the strength and determination to turn his life around.
Rachelle Ayala has scored a huge touchdown with this brilliant story! The characters are incredible with their realistic feel and the powerful emotions that can’t be hidden or stopped. I see so much potential and beauty in this series, and I can’t wait to see what happens next.
Andie and Cade are hard to not fall in love with. I love how open he is and how accepting she is. I want to go fat biking now too.
They are both great characters. I love how independent and strong Andie is. I think the thing I love most about Cade is learning about his past and seeing the man he will grow into as the series develops. The secondary plot of them both loving dogs and working together because of that was intriguing too.
My only complaint? The darn cliffhanger and the fact that the other book isn't out yet! A fun read and I look forward to the remaining books in the series!