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In this book there is no slow build in their relationship for the MCs. He knows she's "The One" during their first conversation. I did like that this was a rare virgin hero story. The first half of this book was amazing and I would have definitely compared it to Elle Kennedy's talent. But the story quickly started to fizzle during the 2nd half for me personally. Some things didn't make sense and towards the end became extremely rushed.
During the big breakup her brother won't talk to Knox and basically says he screwed up and Ellie will call him if she wants to. In his head Knox keeps saying it's his fault even though he now knows why she broke up with him. Umm what is he apologizing for? I understand he feels like he shouldn't have put her through the twin test (to see if she could tell them apart and she kisses his brother knowing it wasn't Knox so he would believe that she really wasn't "The One") but really? And it goes on like that for a little while. She broke up with him because she did something wrong and was told she had to stay away from him. In no way is he the villain here.
Then the "solution" to the problem was ridiculous but OK I'll keep reading. After that it was just a bunch of sex that wasn't all that entertaining. The wrap up was even worse. Everything was just so rushed and felt like either a deadline was set for the author or she just wanted to finish. It was so disappointing because the first half was really that good!
There were a few left out words in sentences that I would have to go back and reread to fill in the blanks but that kind of stuff doesn't bother me very much but it may for other readers.
One other thing that had me shaking my head was a part towards the end she asks him if he's going to cry if she says "I love you" but she had already said it 2 pages ago! Did the author forget that she had already written that?
Would I recommend this book? Well yeah I guess despite my 3 star review. A lot of others obviously loved it. But if you're looking to find something as great as The Deal like I was...this isn't it. Just my own opinion.
I know, I know, books need drama. And I'm fine with that. I just found it a little cliched. Also, even identical twins have differences and people can tell them apart (experience speaking here).
It's a good story though. I'm really looking forward to the next book in the Gridiron series.
Knox Masters is a golden boy that when he wants something, he gets it. So when he meets Ellie, he knows she’s “the one”. Did I mention that the football superhero is a virgin?!? But Ellie doesn’t have time for a boyfriend on top of all her other commitments. But Knox isn’t willing to take no for an answer and is willing to go all out to make Ellie his. What part of her life is she going to sacrifice in order to make everyone happy?
I loved both Ellie and Knox from the beginning. There weren’t a whole lot of surprises here, but the ending was just so syrupy sweet I couldn’t help but fall in love with the book. The characters and the storyline were well written, the storyline wasn’t particularly complex, but the result was an easy read that you couldn’t help but smile by the end. I’ll definitely stick with the series. I loved the locker room banter of the team and look forward to some of their stories as well.
(On a side note: Ugh! Never let the Ducks get a win, even in a fiction book, NEVER! #DucksSuck) ;)
Absolutely recommend this book & it's on my keeper shelf. I'm looking forward to reading about the rest of the team! : )