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Personal Foul – Brooke O’Brien

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Sydney Carr knows better than to mix business with pleasure. She’s had a long, hard road to get to where she is now. She landed her dream job, and she’s not about to risk it all for the newest basketball recruit.

The stakes are high for Colson Rush. When he’s traded to the Miami Blaze, his focus is on one thing—winning. But when he helps a fiery redhead fight off a mugger, he can’t deny the sparks between them. Although she tries, neither can she.

Too bad she’s his new coach’s daughter.

Giving into the temptation is one personal foul neither of them can back down from.

Personal Foul was previously featured in the Playing to Win Anthology and is now expanded to a full-length novel.

I’d like to thank Wildfire Marketing Solutions for sending me an e-arc of this book it is very much appreciated. This is my first book by this author I really liked the sound of this book and it’s premise and I love a good sports romance too. So just with those things I had high expectations and sadly I felt a little disappointed. I think this book was just okay like for me it wasn’t anything special it didn’t wow me and it’s not one that is going to stick with me for weeks/years to come.

So I really liked Colson’s character he was really sweet and really a great hero. I loved how much he loved to give back to the community and overall he was a really likeable guy.

Sydney I kind of how much issues with she was really annoying through this book the constant pushing Colson away got on my nerves and I wanted to strangle her. Like all of the issues in this book could have been solved if Sydney had just communicated like an adult!

The writing felt a little bit off to me I don’t know what it was about it but it just didn’t feel right or read that easy like it felt still kind of immaturish and I just couldn’t get on with the writing.

I liked the relationship at first but then the constant lack of communication just really pissed me off. But they were really cute when they were together and I liked those scenes and you could see that they had a connection between each other.

This book is really fast paced and very easy to read and it’s told in dual POV.

I know you’re probably thinking if you didn’t like it so much why have you rated it 3 stars?

Well there’s a kid in this book and the connection he has with Colson is so cute and I love how he takes the time to play with this child who is in care and I just loved those scenes they were so pure.

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