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  • A whole lotta story!

    I love friends to lovers stories and Reid and Everleigh's story has been a long time in the making. Their reunion was satisfying and sometimes difficult to read about. It seemed like they had all these challenges to face all at once and it was a little overwhelming for them and me. I liked Reid and I liked Ever. I loved Reid for how much he loved Leo his son. I understood his desire to protect his him from his biological mother and further heart break. I also understood how so many years later he still felt guilt about his initial response to finding out his girlfriend was pregnant. He's human and he made a mistake. I liked Ever for how she realized avoiding Reid wasn't going to work and how she came clean with him. I also liked how Ever was there for both Reid and Leo during hard times. I also liked her resolve to face things. The two had great chemistry. Granted they'd always had that from the time they were teens, but this time it was sweeter because they acknowledged that things were different and they were different after all these years apart. So while there was familiarity between them, there was also new horizons to be explored. Ever also had a great dynamic with Leo. Leo was adorable always talking about cooties and there were a couple of scenes with him that had me torn between laughing and cooing at him. I liked how characters from previous books in this series were involved in the story. It was great to see Leah, Corey, Jack, and Macey again. Coming back to the story, there was a lot of drama and action. I mean with multiple story arcs happening simultaneously, it made for an interesting book. It seemed like everyone had something going on. There were moments when I had to hold my breath because I was worried someone or something was going to throw a wrench in the modicum of happiness Reid and Ever had managed to get for themselves and ruin it permanently. Honestly, I don't even know where this book went. I started reading it and by the time it was over everything was kicking in. It took me a couple of minutes after I finished to just sit and let it all sink in. I can't believe this series is over. I would've loved to see more of Ever with her parents, especially after the book ended. I would've loved to know more about her brother too. Of course you always want more when you fall for characters. Emma Hart has done a fantastic job on this series. I can't wait to see what she writes next!

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  • Review: By His Game #3: Intercepted

    Intercepted by Emma Hart is the third book in her By His Game series. As we move through the group of L.A. Viper's football players we get to Reid's story. It almost seemed like if anything could happen it would happen to Reid. Reid North has been best friends with Everleigh White for almost 20 years. There was an age gap of a couple of years but he was waiting for her eighteenth birthday... and then she took off for college without saying goodbye. It;s been four years and she is back. As a single parent he is fortunate to have his family's full support and assistance so he can not only be a good dad but pursue his football career and dreams. His son's mother is getting out of jail soon though and things are about to go to hell in a handbasket. Now that Everleigh is back and in his life, does he keep her around or push her away to try and keep the danger that is his ex away from her? Danger, intrigue, subterfuge, attempted murder... the list goes on but who is the cause of all this drama? Well, read the book, it'll be well worth it.

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