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I also loved that Ellie was sure Knox's claim of virginity was totally false. Because anyone who had moves like Knox couldn't be holding out. Right? Even with his practical inexperience, he still managed to rock her world. HARD, man. He rocked her hard. In all the best ways.
Beyond Ellie and Knox's sexy times, I also liked how Ellie took responsibility for her actions. Eventually. She stepped up and put her foot down regarding what her family wanted from her. Which kinda didn't turn out that great for her, but sometimes you have to stand up and take your hits.
I liked Knox's teammates. I liked Knox's twin. Basically, I liked a lot about this book. It was fun and sexy and I kinda, sorta love the title of book 2. So, I'll be reading that one without a doubt.
-Kelly @ Reading the Paranormal
Knox Masters always gets what he wants and what he wants is to win the National Championship more than anything that is until he meets Ellie. Ellie isn’t like the other girls that throw themselves at Knox and he knows that she is different. But he has a rule and he is holding on to his virginity to stay focused on football. But Ellie is a complete shocker to him and has him questioning everything. She even pasted the test he puts her through with flying colors so Knox knows she is the one for him.
Ellie is looking for a fresh start and this is a chance for her to learn herself. Knox isn’t someone she was looking for, but for some reason she can’t stay away. But Ellie is hiding a huge secret that could change everything, so it’s best if she isn’t involved with Knox period.
I really enjoyed this book very much. There is drama along the way with Knox and Ellie both, which is pretty intense at times. The chemistry between these two is off the charts. I also enjoyed getting a lot of the secondary characters as well. The ending was a bit chaotic and rushed, but overall it was a fantastic read. I can’t wait for book 2 in this series.
In a fresh take on the desirable 20-something virgin saving herself until she finds “the one” theme, this time it’s an All American defensive tight end. Once Knox Masters decides Ellie Campbell is the one he’s been waiting for, he relentlessly pursues her. Ellie doesn’t date football players however, and especially not members of her brother’s team. Of course we know it’s only a matter of time before Knox wears down her defenses.
Unfortunately, Sacked falls into the dreaded insta-love trap. After talking with Ellie for five minutes, Knox is 100% sure he wants to spend his life with her. It’s eye roll worthy, and it’s a huge pet peeve of mine. It’s football season though, and I was in the mood for a little feel-good sports themed college romance, so I decided to suspend my disbelief and just enjoy the journey.
The plot is actually very engaging, and not quite as predictable as I assumed. The characters are well-developed, and the chemistry between Ellie and Knox is fantastic. However, Knox comes across as weak at times by unnecessarily apologizing to Ellie frequently.
I loved all the supporting characters. There are some hilarious players on the Warriors team, and I can see a lot of potential for extending the series.
The ending is a bit abrupt, and I think the epilogue is more silly than satisfying. Overall, however, Sacked is a highly enjoyable new adult football fantasy.