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    Awesome

    This friends to lovers story is an absolute winner! Dom and Tennyson are great characters and you can just feel how much they care about each other. Tennyson has been in love with Dom most of her life but he's always kept her squarely in the friend zone. Dom is a no relationship guy and Tenny knows she needs more though so if it can't be with Dom then she needs to find someone else. Finally Tenny has decided it's time for her to move on and find a life of her own. This throws Dom's world off it's axis and he fears losing Tenny forever. How much is he willing to risk to keep Tenny in his life? Highly recommended read.
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    A great read

    5 Star Review Scoring Off The Field (WAGS #2) by Naima Simone Naima Simone is a relatively new author to me and I have to ask myself why that is. This was a relatively quick read but one that ticked all the boxes for me. This is a friends to lovers story which reeled me in from the first chapter. Although this is a stand alone, I feel you may get more enjoyment if you were to read the first book in the series prior to reading this one as it will give you an insight into Dom and Tenny’s back story and friendship. I was intrigued by Tennyson Clark and Dominic Anderson when they were first introduced in the previous book and was looking forward to their story. I was in no way disappointed with Naima Simone writing a story that suited these two perfectly. Tenny has been in love with Dom for years and working for him has become extremely difficult, therefore she is determined to quit and find another job. Not only is he her boss but he is her best friend; Dom having taken care of her for years. Dom doesn't really know how he feels about Tenny. All he knows is that the thought of her dating another man is unacceptable. It is clear to those around them that Dom and Tenny are meant for each other but Dom doesn't do relationships and Tenny is tired of waiting for him to see what he is missing out on. When they do finally come together it is explosive and powerful and yet Dom still cannot see the wood for the trees.When Tenny continues to apply for jobs back in their home town, Dom decides a little sabotage is in order. I really loved Tenny, what a strong and determined woman she is. It is at times an emotional roller coaster filled with angst that had me heart pounding at times. Dom had his head buried on the sand way to much but overall I did like him. I felt for both Dom and Tenny as they struggled to reach their happily ever after. I look forward to more in the series.
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    Friends to lovers

    4.5 stars Wow! I absolutely LOVED this book! Tennyson and Dominic met while they were both in foster care. Dom immediately recognized the devastation that lived in Tenny’s eyes and he vowed then and there to always protect her and prevent anything from wreaking havoc on her emotions in such a way again. Fourteen years later and she has spent years working as his PA but the time has come for her to walk away. Being in love with Dom and knowing she will never have his romantic love in return is more than Tennyson can endure. To watch his one night stands leave is slowly breaking her heart because she is not the type of woman that Dom would ever desire. Giving him a one month notice, she prepares to step away from her best friend and the love of her life. Dom lives for football. And it’s not just love of the game that keeps him striving to be the best. When Tenny declares she’s leaving he scrambles to find a way to stop her. And suddenly he’s looking at her with new eyes. Eyes that are hungry and desperate. However, despite any physical relationship they share, he must remain free from emotional entanglements so he can continue to concentrate on his whole purpose in life, the game. I really loved these characters! Tennyson had an unusual and horrible background but found strength in Dom. She slowly finds her own strength and courage and it was a beautiful tale. Dom was just so clueless and yet what could have been simply not seeing what was in front of him and leaving it at that, this story took it a step further and shows us the true character growth within him. This is a fast paced read with incredible secondary characters and plenty of steam. I haven’t read anything by this author before and I will definitely be digging into her backlist. I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book provided by NetGalley and Entangled. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Dual POV Safety – H does sleep with other women after meeting h (they were 11 and 13 yrs old); No ow/om drama after they are together Possible Triggers - child abuse 3 likes
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    great read

    Another great book in the series. This one about best friend Dom and Tenny. Tenny has hots and deeper emotion toward her best friend for years and decides to stand on her feet without Dom. Dom is of course in shock he doesn't understand Tenny and because all the events start seeing Tenny in a different light not so much like a best friend but as a woman with curves in the right places. All the sudden attraction is hard to fight and they start a physical relationship which is for Tenny, not enough. I liked both Dom and Tenny. She was really strong to stand for herself and although loved him fiercely she saw that she must let Dom go. Dom was also great I loved that he came to the conclusion that she loves her on her own and that she is the reason that keeps him going and fighting. Great story. I volunteered to review an ARC of this book for Netgelly
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    This deserves more than 5 stars!

    I thought Zephirin & Sophia were hot, but trust me - they ain't got nutten, nada, zilch on Dom & Tenny. Tennyson Clark has been in love with Dominic Anderson, her best friend, for-freaking-ever, it seems, but he's firmly friend-zoned her. Realising she's facing a certain future of excruciating pain if she stays too close, Tenny decides to cut her losses and move out of his life so that hers can finally get started. Only... the quarterback has decided he's not giving up on changing the mind of the person who gave him some of the best years of his life. But, since Tenny doesn't just want Dom's friendship, he needs to find a way to hold onto her, or it just might spell the end of everything he's ever held dear. There's no disguising or sugar-coating the pain Tenny feels as always placing second best in Dom's life, knowing there's a chance he would never see her the way she sees him. Yet, she's strong and eventually finds the courage to tell him exactly how she feels. "I love you, Tenny. How could you ever doubt that?" "I know you do. Just not the way I need you to." It's one of the reasons she stole my heart from the start. That, and her quirky love for big words. Dom is a sexy alpha, though he was a bit of a doofus, not seeing what was right in front of him for so long. The way those two struck off of each other was like dry kindling - whew! Their story isn't just about two friends suddenly falling for one another. They've been through a lot together, rearranging their lives around one another for so long. The author shows how closely connected Dom & Tenny are, so that the reader understands how a change - even minute - in the bond they share would completely restructure and change the face of their relationship. Friends-to-lovers is by far my favourite trope, and I totally loved the passion that Naima managed to create between the childhood friends. I am so excited for Book 3!!! I cannot wait, really! I wholeheartedly recommend this series! I really hope the rest of the crew gets their own story.

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