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    Book 6

    I really enjoy this author. I like the characters, thought the plot line and flow was good, and the romance was steamy. Cant wait for more.
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    3,5***

    I have always enjoyed American football, I like to watch the games, and have my favorite teams, yet rarely have I stopped to think about what kind of life they live outside the field, about the pressure from peers, the team, the media, the fans, family, and friends. In Intercepting Daisy one journalist with a personal vendetta changes lives for many, and makes life rather uncomfortable for Daisy and Grant, both with their careers and with their personal lives. I liked that the story had a balanced mix of the game and life outside of it. And that the life of a football player wasn't painted as dancing on the roses, but at least to me sounded rather realistic, stressful, and tense, trying to live up to everyone's expectations of themselves. Many of the ballplayers do charity work on their off time, and I was glad to see that given attention in the book. Daisy and Grant are rather adorable in an awkward sort of way. They have an obvious connection, they enjoy each other's company, and they seem to understand and accept each other as they are. And when the conflict comes, the sadness each of them feels because of it was evident. What I never was able to grasp was why would Daisy write and publish the erotica story with Grant's name and his picture on the cover, if she didn't want to get caught as an author and the book to get so much publicity. I struggled a bit at the beginning of the book with Grant's attitude towards his parents and their faith, and the level of maturity both Daisy and Grant were proclaiming. But if you take the story as a young adult tale, maybe Grant and Daisy fits better to the expectations. But as the story unfolded I got more and more into it, the characters grew on me, and I found myself rooting for them. It turned out to be a great football romance, mixing the game with conflicts on and off the field, as well as moments of joy, cheer, and accomplishments. ~ Three Spoons with a teaspoon on the side
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    Adorable with a flair for cheeky ...

    Adorable with a flair for cheeky is the best way to describe Intercepting Daisy. Daisy's good girl image hides a naughty girl's fantasies. Her heart and hormones belong to the one guy who is out of her league. When her dirty thoughts are exposed to the world, her secret fantasies may have the chance to come true. Julie Brannagh awakens that hint of imagination that turns dreamers into romantics and fantasies into reality. Her stories are hopeful with charm.
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