Category: Sports Romance

Review ♥ How to Date a Douchebag: The Failing Hours by Sara Ney

July 26, 2017 Angela New Adult, Reviews, Romance, Sports Romance

Review ♥ How to Date a Douchebag: The Failing Hours by Sara NeyHow to Date a Douchebag: The Failing Hours by Sara Ney
Series: How to Date a Douchebag #2
Published by Self-Published on January 31 2017
Genres: New Adult, Romance, Sports Romance
Pages: 336
four-stars

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Zeke Daniels isn't just a douchebag; he's an asshole.

A total and complete jerk, Zeke keeps people at a distance. He has no interest in relationships—most assholes don’t.
Dating? Being part of a couple? Nope. Not for him.
He's never given any thought to what he wants in a girlfriend, because he's never had any intention of having one.
Shit, he barely has a relationship with his family, and they're related; his own friends don’t even like him.
So why does he keep thinking about Violet DeLuca?
Sweet, quiet Violet—his opposite in every sense of the word.
The light to his dark, even her damn name sounds like rays of sunshine and happiness and shit.

And that pisses him off, too.

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The Failing Hours is the second book in the How to Date a Douchebag series. While it’s not necessary to have read book one, I think you’ll have a better understanding of the characters and, therefore, enjoy it more if you do. Plus, The Studying Hours is a really great book. Read More

four-stars

About Sara Ney

Sara Ney is the USA Today Bestselling Author of the How to Date a Douchebag series, and is best known for her sexy, laugh-out-loud New Adult romances. Among her favorite vices, she includes: iced latte’s, historical architecture and well-placed sarcasm. She lives colorfully, collects vintage books, art, loves flea markets, and fancies herself British.

She lives with her husband, children, and her ridiculously large dog.


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Review ♥ How to Date a Douchebag: The Studying Hours by Sara Ney

Review ♥ How to Date a Douchebag: The Studying Hours by Sara Ney

I really enjoyed this college rom-com. How to Date a Douchebag: The Studying Hours is the first sports romance I’ve read about wrestlers. Personally, I’ve never been a fan of wrestling. Big sweaty guys, grabbing each other in headlocks like elementary kids in a playground fight, rolling around on mats, and pinning each other down? Meh. And those unitard thingies they wear? I don’t care how much junk they show, they just aren’t sexy to me. I guess I’m in the minority because all the girls on campus get lady boners over the wrestlers. They must have a really sucky football team or something. Who knows? So yeah. The wrestlers are a big deal at this college and, apparently, the majority of them are big douche canoes.

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Review ♥ Roman by Sawyer Bennett

February 21, 2017 Angela Reviews, Romance, Sports Romance
Review ♥ Roman by Sawyer Bennett

I’ve come to one conclusion: Sawyer Bennett is not human. It seems like she adds to her impressive arsenal of work every couple months with books ranging from romantic suspense and erotica to lighthearted contemporary romance. How is that even possible? How, I ask you?! I don’t know, but as long as she keeps cooking up these sweet sports romances with a hint of spice, I’ll keep gobbling them up like candy. Roman was a tasty treat for me.

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ARC Review ♥ Good Boy by Sarina Bowen & Elle Kennedy

ARC Review ♥ Good Boy by Sarina Bowen & Elle Kennedy

Sarina Bowen and Elle Kennedy have proven once again that they are a formidable writing team. Put them together and you get magical storytelling that warms your heart and assails you with humor. Good Boy is the first book in the M/F WAGs series, which is a spinoff of the M/M Him series. WAGs is an acronym for wives and girlfriends of professional athletes, in case you didn’t know.

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Audiobook Review ♥ Down Shift by K. Bromberg

January 2, 2017 Angela Reviews, Romance, Sports Romance
Audiobook Review ♥ Down Shift by K. Bromberg

I’m a fan of the Driven series by K. Bromberg, and Down Shift makes a nice addition. You’ve got two strong main characters, each of whom are at a crossroads in their lives. Zander is forced to face his past and evaluate his priorities when his reckless behavior puts him dangerously close crashing and burning. Getty needs to find independence and confidence after escaping an abusive past.

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