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Sly "Bullhorn" Brodsky (First & Ten series) (Volume 5) Paperback – November 14, 2015
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Ms. Joachim delivers yet again with this well-written football romance. As always the characters are rich and realistic, the romance grows at a perfect pace, the sex scenes are sultry, and the sports action is top notch. I cannot say it enough - I love sports action in a sports romance!
Also, the author really pegs the camaraderie between the players on the Kings. There are some dramatic moments as well as laugh out loud ones as the men bond. Team dynamics is another important aspect for me in a good sports romance. The First & Ten books do not disappoint!
He's a player but she feels that he deserves the chance
To be the person she thinks he is. Sly ruff childhood
Fiance walks out on wedding day , then when he starts
to get his life on track and finds a women he can truly love
The ex walks back in. Just for help so she says
Can she deal with all the problems will he be able to over
Come part of his pass for her. Come join Jean Joachim
On this amazing adventure as she in her many wonderful
Ways bring you a couple who really want love...... See if
She helps them find it..... Make the touchdown of a lifetime
This author likes to write a story which is very much told via dialogue. It's different and it's good, but some of the dialogue is cringe worthy (not in a good way). I like how she tells the story with glimpses of the other couples we already know and also the side story to explain a bit about how Sly became the needy bully he is, but I don't like how he is never confronted. He never has to better himself, because Sam always caves when he is emotionally blackmailing her. That I feel is a weakness and something that made med give it 2 stars and no more. BUT: A good editor would probably have pointed these things out. I feel it's not the writer's talent, but rather that the book needed a bit more work. More flow, more work on the dialogue, a tighter edit several places to portray the feelings and characters better, more filling.
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