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  • Making the Call

    Luke has just found out that he is being promoted to head coach of the Reiner Renegades, has become the youngest coach in NFL history and has some huge shoes to fill so he heads to his home on Anderson Island for a much-needed break before the season begins. While out for his morning run he witnesses a woman crashes her bike and runs to see if he can help her. Dani is so frustrated when she wrecks her bike and her hands are all scraped up because now she's going to have issues with getting her novel finished. Luke offers her assistance with her injuries and bike which she takes him up on his offer. As they spend time together they get to know each other outside of the spotlight of their careers and fall for the person, not the celebrity. When their relationship goes viral in the media will it prove to be too much or will their Hail Mary attempt turn into a touchdown? Making the Call was my first novel by Amanda Shelley and I enjoyed how she was able to capture my attention right from the first page of the novel and make me feel like I was part of the story. Luke and Dani are such an adorable, down to earth couple that had great chemistry right from their first meeting. I instantly fell in love with Luke and how humble and swoon-worthy he is and Dani is just hilarious when she gets flustered and starts on one of her rambling rants. The novel truly gives you a glimpse into behind the scenes of a coach and writer and will give you all the feels as you are reading. I would have finished this in one sitting had my e-reader not died as it was hard to put down. Making the Call is a contemporary sports romance that is written in the first-person point of view. *ARC was generously provided in exchange for my honest review*

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  • Sports Romance - with a difference

    Making The Call is a fabulous introduction to the work of Amanda Shelley. Luke and Danika meet in unlikely circumstances. How does a romance novelist and the coach of an American football team ever cross paths? Being the introverted romance novelist who is happy to spend her days in her 'writing cave', she doesn't even know who Luke Leighton is or how 'famous'. As the youngest ever head coach in the football league, Luke is 'hot property'! Their relationship is sweet and Luke is very protective of Dani but what starts off as a pre-season fling, quickly develops into something less temporary. As one might imagine, when two people in the public eye get together, speculation is rife and privacy is lost. Luke and Dani's road to HEA, through the minefield of media, not to mention, rabid romance readers is a fast paced read that you won't want to put down. The characters we meet along the way, especially for this newbie, inspires me to look for more from this 'new-to-me' author.

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  • Making the Call, Good Story

    A well written story that held my interest until the end. I enjoyed reading Dani and Luke's story. This is a new Author to me. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • Amazing Book

    Luke was offered a pro contract but injury put paid to that a d now he has been offered the job of The Head Coach for the Rainier Renegade's and he is really looking forward to the challenge as it is the team that he wanted to play for before his injury and now that he has excepted the job he realises that all his hard work has paid off. Dani is a author and while out riding her bike she has a accident that Luke sees happen so he stops to help her and takes her to his house to clean her wounds, one of the best things is that Dani doesn't recognize Luke and that makes it really nice change. Luke and Dani start to spend some time together and there connection and chemistry between them is so strong but Luke is only there for a few days and then he will be traveling with his team and Dan I has deadlines coming up for her books. Will this be enough for them or have they both got too many commitments to keep them apart. Omg I love this book so much and it is a real page turner and so addictive. Amanda Shelley is a brilliant author and writer and she is becoming one of my favourite authors. I definitely recommend you read this book and other's by her and you will definitely not be disappointed. I Voluntarily Reviewed an ARC Copy of this book.

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  • Cute and sweet

    What a cute and romantic story! This was an entertaining and enjoyable read. A fun and unique story and full of great moments, not a lot of drama involved, but somtimes that's just the type of book that you need to help you wind down. This book will pull you right in and keep you engaged and smiling all the way through. The author does a great job of bringing the story to life with great characters that are lovable and endearing. Loved this story and I definitely recommend it! I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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