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    PERFECT

    BULLDOZER is an intense, funny love story about two flawed people falling for each other and trying their hardest to resist their feelings. This is the third book in the Hard to Love series and each book is a stand alone but all the characters are interconnected. The stories revolve around the world of professional football. This one is about Grant, a linebacker, recovering from back surgery. Grant and Amanda are thrown together when they discover they are both staying at Amanda's brothers beach house. Grant is not happy when he finds himself sharing a house with Amanda and her eight year old son and he lets Amanda know it at every opportunity. Grant and Amanda are realistic, unforgettable characters. I easily connected with them and was cheering for them as they slowly put their shields down and let themselves enjoy being with each other. I laughed at all their bantering and arguing and cried at their lack of confidence in themselves. This well written, slow burn story sucked me in and held me spellbound. Amanda was a wild child and she still feels guilty for all of her past mistakes. She has low expectations from life because she has had so many bad breaks. She doesn’t allow herself to enjoy life because she doesn’t think she deserves it. Her only goal is to be the best mom possible and to see her son smile. She has a lonely existence working at her yoga studio and taking care of her son. Grant has dedicated his life to football and he is one of the best linebackers in the league. His life is empty of love, family or friendship and he has a lot of secrets that he keeps locked up inside him. Not only is Grant dealing with recovery from back surgery and wondering if he can still compete, he also has issues from his childhood, which make him shy away from relationships. Under Grant’s gruff exterior, he is thoughtful, sensitive, caring and Amanda is it for him. He is also wonderful with Amanda’s son, Sam. I loved all the sexual tension between Grant and Amanda. I was cheering them on and at other times, yelling at them. They have no idea how a relationship works or how to be in one. I loved the banter between them and all the funny lines. I highly recommend this one.
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    Another winner!

    I’ve been waiting for this book since we first met Amanda and Sam in Bulldozer and it did not disappoint. Amanda and Grant are both flawed heroes but together they are perfect. Excellent book and I can’t wait until the next P Dangelico book comes out!
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    Needs better character development

    good story, but the main character is not easy to like. its hard to empathize with her when she's being a jerk. Also, if you don't like that your dog has bodily functions, don't have a dog. And she keeps saying that she's going to be nice and smile, but she just acts entitled and snotty anyways. Its a cute premise, and her son is a fun aspect, but so far I'm not impressed.
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    Review: Hard To Love 3: Bulldozer

    Bulldozer by P. Dangelico is the third book in her Hard To Love series. A contemporary romance told in single POV, a standalone and a happily ever after this book was awesome-sauce and then some. Amanda Shaw is a single mom, successful in her Yoga business partnership with her best friend and ready to open their satellite studio in the Hamptons. Thank goodness her brother, retired NFL footballer Calvin Shaw, has a home here where she and her son can stay while she oversees the renovations and grand opening. What she does NOT expect is the entirely fully naked gloriousness of one Grant Hendricks in the kitchen when she thought the place was empty. One 911 call later and he is still naked and now not overly pleased with the situation. Grant Decker is taking a break for the summer. From Practice while he is recovering from spinal surgery, from his home in the Hamptons to avoid the paparazzi, and he thought, from people in general until his teammate's sister and son arrive and interrupt his lazy beer drinking, wandering around naked days. Powerful emotions, funny situations, strong emotional characters with honest flaws that you can still love. This story was well-paced and well-written and this author is definitely holding a spot on my fave authors list! Enjoy!
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