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    An absolute delight and a must read...

    Most Likely to Score by Lauren Blakely is a standalone contemporary romance that mixes sports and forbidden relationships perfectly. Featuring characters we met in her previous novel, Most Valuable Playboy, we are reunited with playboy receiver Jones Beckett who needs to clean up his image and the Renegades' team publicist, Jillian Moore. When we first met Jones and Jillian in the novel, Most Valuable Playboy, even from those brief scenes sparks were already flying between these two characters. So to have a novel focused entirely on their relationship had me jumping for joy. I love how smart, bold, and passionate Jillian is. She knows her mind and once she makes a decision, she acts. She also is a good person who loves her family, her friends and her work. She is a strong and admirable heroine and it is very easy to like her as you're reading the story. The same can be said for Jones. A good man with a big heart. Him and his little mutt (Chihuahua, Min Pin, and Dachschund mix) Cletus (plus Jones with all the other rescue animals like Smoky) are hard to resist. He definitely wins the award for best swoon-worthy hero for 2018 in my book. His commitment to his family, team, and four-legged friends is praiseworthy and makes him such a charming hero. Trying to fix is image and garner more contracts, sponsors, and advertising deals, Jones knows he needs to keep his personal life on the up and up. No scandals. This is especially true when the woman he's very much attracted to becomes his personal publicist, not just the team's. Will close proximity to each other bring Jones and Jillian closer or will it lead to a fallout that both have been trying to avoid. Overall, Most Likely to Score by Lauren Blakely is an absolute delight and a must read. Filled with humor, warmth, and love this novel is one I most happily recommend. I can't wait to read more especially about Harlan and Katie. Another great novel by Lauren Blakely. (I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book I received for free in exchange for my open and honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.)
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    Sexy, Swoony sports romance

    Wow. I have a weakness for a good football romance; they're kind of my kryptonite. Combined with the writing of Lauren Blakely? I'm toast. Most Likely To Score combines some of my very favorite things in one place football,sexiness, sweetness and humor. If you're looking for a hot, sexy, forbidden romance look no further than Most Likely To Score! I love when Lauren Blakely writes in dual POV! Yes, she writes hot, funny and swoonworthy men amazingly well (ok, who are we kidding? She's the queen of male POV romances, hands down) but she also writes sharp, smart, sexy women just as well. For me, having Jillian's POV in this book was like the extra point after a touchdown to win the Super Bowl...or the icing on the cake. Jillian was so much fun to learn about. I loved her focus on her work, her passion for it. She's definitely smart and determined to pave her way in life. Was she attracted to Jones? Absolutely. Was she resolved not to do anything about said attraction? Yes. So I loved getting to see her off kilter just a bit with her feelings when she was with him. All the little things that made Jillian tick-from pomelos to cherry earrings-were interesting to read about. This is a character I'd be friends with...and not just because she has a connection to a football team. Jones seems like such a stereotypical football player on the surface...for all of two seconds. There's so much more to this man. He's funny, smart, sweet and sexy. Holy hell is he sexy! He has a strong work ethic, is a family oriented man and did I mention he was sexy? He has such determination and heart-you can't help but fall in love with him. He is absolutely one of my favorite Blakely book boyfriends. The attraction these two have for each other is palpable right from the start of this book. Their banter suits them both to a T and had me grinning. I was biting my lip as the tension rose between them. Their first kiss? Off the charts hot. I was glad to have a backup kindle because the sexy times between these two definitely melted my first one. That being said, there's so much more than just great sex between these two-it's seeing all the other aspects of their relationship and lives that make this book special. This is something that this author excels at; allowing readers to see more of a couple than just their bedroom compatibility. Seeing what makes these two who they are and who they can help each other be is truly special. I liked that they got to see different sides of each other and that they truly GOT who the other person was. Their views on luck were mentioned more than once and really got me thinking. These two are definitely lucky in the love department :) The supporting characters here were fun to read about. They add to the story and support Jones and Jillian without overwhelming them. I loved Jones's family (and could relate to them a bit) and I absolutely adored Jillian's backstory. There's little references to characters in other books-which I always love finding-but again, nothing that takes away from Jones and Jillian. The pacing of this book was spot on. The plot was unique and believable. The writing was fun, sweet and sexy. Lauren Blakely always writes with heart, heat and humor and Most Likely To Score definitely has all of those. This is a book I will go back and read again. I highly recommend it and would give it more than 5 stars if I could.
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    Most Likely To Score

    Lauren Blakely scores a touchdown with Most Likely to Score! Flirty, sexy & HAWT sexy time...Ms. Blakely definitely does not disappoint!
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    She shoots, she scores

    Jones Beckett is cleaning up his act, long gone are his party boy ways. In order to help him stay on the straight and narrow his agents asks the Renegades publicist, Jillian to help. Jones is over the moon at the prospect of spending time with Jillian, his favourite past time is flirting with her. What neither of them really considered was the effect working in close proximity would have on their unrequited attraction. But what happens when they realise that attraction is mutual?    Lauren Blakely has done it again! I have fallen in love… again! Is there a book boyfriend of Lauren’s I haven’t fallen head over heels in love with? I don’t think there is. She just has this way with her male characters. I am a huge fan of her male POV, are we sure she’s not a man? She always gets it so spot on. That being said, I really loved that this book was a dual POV, getting insights into both Jones and Jillian really made their story stand out. I love the way Lauren writes, it always makes me feel such a vast array of emotions. I swoon often, which is a given really, sometimes even shedding a tear or two, and laugh, oh boy, do I laugh. She is hilarious, the thoughts and situations these characters come up with. I read this book and devoured it, I was hooked from the very first page, so much so, that I couldn’t pass up listening to the audiobook when it released today. I liked the cover a lot, especially the audiobook cover's inclusion of the narrators names. I like that it's similar to the MVP cover but still distinctly its own. Although it is a sports romance you don’t have to be a sports fan to enjoy it. This is a story about love, a story about family, and a story about following your heart. Jones is all the things. He is sweet and sexy, funny and charming. Jillian is the ultimate professional, she’s the person you want on your team. As a football fan, I’m telling you, I want Jillian taking care of my guys. I loved that her outward appearance was the total opposite of how she really felt, especially where Jones was concerned. Her inner monologue was hilarious. The sexy times were timed so perfectly for this couple, they suited the story and the situation. They were steaming too. The way their relationship progressed was so very J&J. The way they tried to fight how they felt and neither knowing the other shared their feelings. There wasn’t a lot of conflict, which again, I really liked. The banter was pure perfection, I love that anyway, and Lauren Blakely always writes the best banter, this couple was no exception.  I looooove these characters. Jones and Jillian, it even has a nice sound to it, right? The supporting cast (so to speak) is really fun, too. It was great getting to have that little catch-up with Cooper and some of the other guys… and women from MVP. The family aspect of this book was a wonderful addition, it’s something that we see a lot of from athletes and including it for Jones’ really gave an added dimension to his character. Cletus, oh my word! Yes! I adore him so so much. I want him in my life.
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    5 Perfect As Cherry Pie Stars!

    Loved Jillian and Jones so much! I did not want to put this book down and completely devoured it! This was the perfect sweet and lighter read I was looking for! Jillian was such a fantastic heroine! She was the perfect blend of hard and soft. She was driven and determined, but also sweet and vulnerable. Her dirty side surprised me, but it worked so wonderfully with Jones! Their chemistry was blazing hot and so, so yummy! I especially loved how the author incorporated Jillian's Chinese heritage into the story. I honestly do not think that I have ever read a romance with an Asian lead. The diversity was refreshing and I appreciated the author's note and personal connection to that aspect of the story. Jones. Where do I begin with Jones? He was AMAZING! So utterly swoon worthy and not at all like his player reputation. I really liked that his history was (for the most part) left entirely in the past and that there weren't random encounters/women flinging themselves at him in every chapter. From his behavior in the book, I would have never known he was previously such a manwhore - which means Jillian did her PR job very well! ;) There wasn't any unnecessary drama for our hero and heroine and there was just the right amount of angst. The epilogue (and extra epilogue) were so perfect and left me with a huge smile on my face! Another Lauren Blakely book not to be missed! *I voluntarily read an advance copy of this book*

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