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  • Great read!

    Line of Scrimmage by Desiree Holt is a fabulous read! Ms Holt has once again impressed me with her story telling abilities. Erin and Jake's story is fun to read. I love the humor in this book. Jake's frustration and fear and Erin's way of dealing with it makes a wonderful tale. Ms Holt has delivered a well written book with lovable characters, drama and lots of heat. Line of Scrimmage is a fairly short read, I read it easily from cover to cover in one sitting. This is a perfect read for those with limited time for reading. I enjoyed this book and can't wait to read more from Desiree Holt in the future. Line of Scrimmage is book two of the Game On Series, but can be read as a standalone. This is a complete book, not a cliff-hanger. I received a copy of this book from NetGalley for review purposes.

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  • Draw the line

    This is book # 2, in the Game On series. This book can be read as a standalone novel. It is certainly more enjoyable to read it in order with the series and will give the reader better understanding of the material given. Jake & Erin have an amazing night. Then, she tells him what she really thinks about football players and they part ways. Later, he is injured and his sister, (her best friend) tries to trick them into being together. Erin is just disgusted with the way most famous football players act. She has been hurt by one in the past and takes all of her frustration with him out on Jake. Then she is thrown together with him as his assistant. They still do not get along. Jake is severely injured and feeling like his life is a failure. He is not sure he can ever play football again, and that depresses him as it is pretty much his life. The only he looks forward to is Erin. She still won't give him the time of day. I was truly frustrated myself by the childish actions these two got up to. Seemed very real, and that somehow annoyed me to read. Anyway, beyond that there is good heat and excellent banter in this book. Hence the rating of 3/5 Kitty's Paws UP! ***This ARC is given from and its publisher in exchange for an honest review.

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