A jock and a geeky girl?
Nick Barrett is a god at my university. And me, little ol' April Hansen? I'm just a nerdy girl, studying and working to take care of my dad.
Nick could have any woman he wanted, but for some reason, he wants me...It's a miracle he even notices me waiting for the bus, let alone offer to drive me home.
Before I can help it, I'm falling for Nick. But there's a reason jocks and geeks don't mix, and I'm about to get my heart broken, I just know it.
Between the Tackles is a standalone, full-length, bad-boy sports romance novel. There is no cliffhanger, no cheating, and a guaranteed happy ending!
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Tough start but great story
Yes and no. I enjoyed the storyline, the narration was ok, but there were some glitches and some repetition in some spots that need to be corrected before I recommend
Nick. I loved his steadfast presence and mindset.
No. I think holly did fantastic for the female roles, but her male voice was monotone and slow. Rather than a male voice attempt, or tone change, she changed the cadence and rhythm of her speech and it threw things off some.
I really enjoyed the characters but a second book wasn't necessary however it could be done.
This was a sweet story, and if you manage to stay tuned past the glitches in chat 2, the skip of their meeting, and the monotone moments than it pays off from a story standpoint. I would probably read this story however before buying the audiobook for this one. I received this audiobook from audiobook boom for free for my unbiased review.
- lisa cravens
3 tackle stars
I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.This book was the first book by Roxy Sinclaire I have ever read. This book can be read as a standalone. This book was more YA for me than I am use to reading. With that being said it was a sweet romance.