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    Numb

    This is book #3 in the Seattle Steelheads series. This book can be read as a standalone novel. For reader understanding, and to avoid spoilers, I recommend reading this series in order. Tyler has just won his second Super Bowl. Yet he feels nothing at all. He is numb. Something has to give. When tragedy strikes, he finds himself doing the last thing he would have suspected. Lavender had plans to be the owner of a cat. She was to upgrade a historical home. Then her friend dies, and it is all gone. Even the cat. Should she stick around and teach the new owner what it is like to appreciate the beauty that is where she lives? This book was completely unexpected. A whole new concept, and a very good pace. The characters start out basically hating one another. I found the emotions to feel real and the story to be different. It was interesting for sure. The characters are interesting and their reactions to one another entertaining. ***This ARC copy was given in exchange for an honest review only.
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    This one is a winner!

    **I voluntarily read an early copy of this title in exchange for an honest review** Tyler Harris should be loving where he is in life seeing that he is a star football player coming off his second Super Bowl win, he's got money, health and all the women he could want, yet he feels completely empty and he can't quite figure out why. Now facing a scandal and the break-up of his long-term relationship, he heads to an island in the Pacific Northwest to escape all that's going on in his life. What he didn't expect to find there was a neighbor who absolutely can't stand him, yet she intrigues him to no end. Lavender Mead has disliked athletes for years. That hatred stems from the fact her father chose his coaching profession over his family many years ago. She's been hurt by a man who chose sports over her once and she isn't willing to go through that again. When Tyler ends up moving in next door, Lavender knows she's going to have to deal with him, but all she's willing to do is tolerate him. But will that really work when he's beyond gorgeous and sexy as all get out? Even though Tyler and Lavender contend they don't like one another, their chemistry is off the charts and the sex is beyond steamy. Even though they claim that a relationship isn't in the cards between them, will they be able to deny what is growing between them? These two people who are dealing with hurt and heartache from their pasts may be just what one another needs, but the question is will they get out of their own way and embrace that? Kudos to Jami Davenport for penning a very robust story with great characters. There were times I wanted to strangle them both, but overall I felt this was a very true to life type of story that I could really see happening. Sometimes the people that come into your life are not who you are looking for, but they are exactly who and what you need.
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    unexpected love

    What happens when an someone you care about dies and you are unexpectedly thrown for a loop? You make a new enemy. That's what happens in this book. Lavender has lived next door to Artie Harris for the pas 6 years. They were close friends/family to each other. When he dies his great nephew inherits the house that she hoped to get and turn into a Veterans B&B. This turn of events really sour Lavender's view of the guy, not to mention that he's a football jock and she swore to stay away from that kind of guy. Tyler is currently lost in life. He's just won his second super bowl and he should be at the top of his world. Unfortunately he just can't find the love for life that he used to have. These two are just what each other needs, whether they know it or not. I really enjoyed this book but I have to admit that Lavender's willingness to be so naive really outdid me. She just didn't want to see the truths in front of her. She wanted Tyler to be the better person that she knew he could be, but she wasn't willing to see that for herself. That is probably the main reason I gave this book 4 stars. Lavender was great, she just wasn't the strong willed woman that she tried to show the rest of the world and it took the whole book for her to come out of the shell. I really loved Tyler. I loved how he made an effort to be the better person, especially with his trying to not say the "f" word. His rival with Zach Murphy was fun to read, though I have to admit that I'm not a fan of Murphy and his attitude. Yeah, I got why he initially treated Tyler that way, and I understood his need for a ring, but he couldn't even change his attitude for the end of the story. Tyler's right about that boulder. I'm glad I got to meet this wonderful couple and I'm glad they found each other. I'm also glad that Lavender FINALLY heard both sides of the story (I can't stand when people only listen to one side and base their decision from that). This was my first Jame Davenport book and I'm looking forward to reading more by her in the future.
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    This Bad Boy Had Heart! 4.5stars

    Snap Decision is another winner from Jami Davenport. This time our hero is Star Quarterback with the Seattle Steelheads, who has reached a turning point in his life. Tyler Harris who hides behind his BAD BOY persona where he doesn’t care about anyone but himself. When he is left his family’s run-down mansion on Madrona Island, under the condition he must spend 90 nights on the Island. This is where he meets Lavender and all the old vets who were his uncle’s friends. This is a fun romance for the most part, especially the orange cat and the brotherhood to keep him occupied. Tyler and Lavender spent their time insulting each other, the worse the insult the hotter they were together. This is Jami at her best, it kept me entertained, and this was I have to finish book once I started reading, I didn’t want to put it down. It never hurts when you have a handsome well- built Quarterback to think about. This is a thoroughly enjoyable read, I spent half the night reading. Tyler and Lavender are hilarious together, as long as they hate each everything will be okay.Unfortunately for them this bad boy had plenty of heart.
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    Will the pain of her past keep her from having a happy future? Will one mistake deter the football star from risking his heart on forever? Snap Decision is a fresh start for two wounded souls. Tyler follows the rules on the field, but has his own maneuvers outside the arena. When a hint of scandal tarnishes his heart, he seeks some solitude to lick his wounds. What he gets is a smart mouth, firecracker with her own baggage to sort through. Lavendar has no time for the big ego and bright lights of Tyler's star. With her own emotions weighing her down, she can't possibly take on anyone else's. That is until Mr. Big Ego teaches her a few lessons in life, love and happy endings. Davenport scores high marks with her wise words and captivating characters.
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