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Title: Slamdunked by Love
Author: Jamie Wesley
Publisher: Entangled Lovestruck, Entangled Publishing
Print Length: 196 pages
Release Date: December 14th, 2015
This is another delightful Lovestruck novel, with plenty of scheming that is bound to go wrong along the way!
Caitlin Monroe has discovered who her absentee father is and is on her way to confront him. He left her mother with a letter and a check when he learnt she was pregnant. Since then he’s moved on, been an NBA star and now coach, having a stellar reputation as a caring husband and father – but definitely not to Caitlin and her twin brother. Unfortunately her car breaks down and Brady Hudson comes to her rescue – the new NBA star on the team for which her father coach. Brady is determined to keep himself away from trouble in any form but the attraction between these two is explosive. You’ll need to read it yourself to discover why they decide to pretend to be in a relationship and what happens next.
Brady has serious trust issues which have a negative impact on his ability to have meaningful relationships with his team mates and others. Caitlin is pocket dynamite – vertically challenged but with a heart of gold and full of energy. Both have been hurt in the past and are reluctant to let their relationship progress. Together they help each other heal until deceptions are revealed and threaten their relationship.
The story is an easy read, well written, highly entertaining and with confrontations and complications throughout to keep the reader enthralled. You don’t need to be a basketball fan to enjoy being slam-dunked by this super romance, fantastic to escape into!
If you like your romance to have plenty of double entendres, funny dialogues, developing characters and, of course, a HEA look no further – this is a brilliantly crafted novel I have no hesitation in recommending to you!
Thanks to the author, publisher and NetGalley, too, for letting me read an ARC of this book in exchange for this, an honest review.
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