I hate him, but I want him...
I hate the emotional blackmail that my mom gives me for not being with Sebastian, the guy my mom wanted me to marry. I never wanted him. But if I don't, my mom will end her relationship with me.
I am only interested in the quarterback who I cheered for on the sidelines, even though I hate his guts. Regardless, I can't deny what my body and heart desire. But we are about to graduate and go our separate ways. What am I going to do?
I've always loved her, but I'm poorer than she knows...
Playing my last year in college as the star quarterback people thought I was, it was bittersweet. I hope I get drafted into the NFL to be able to help pay my family back for all they've done, and get them out of that trailer. But that would mean being far from Alexa.
She was the cheerleader I always wanted by my side. But man, she could be so stuck up sometimes! That was until our friends locked us up in the dorm and wouldn't let us leave until we sorted things out. I have no idea what will happen next...
This is a full length bad boy sports novel, with no cliffhanger, no cheating, and a happily ever after.
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Not a bad boy romance but a sweet one
It wasn't necessarily the narrator but the sound quality. The sound wasn't consistent and would go from quiet to loud so I was constantly adjusting the volume. At times the voice sounded so different like they re-did the scene but didn't make sure the voice matched.
Donny, he was annoying and immature. I didn't feel he added anything to the story but more childish behavior.
Touchdown was a quick light read with no big drama (even though it had the potential for it).
Alexa came from a very well off family who had ideals that she should only date and marry within her family's social status. She's in college and partying like any other college student might do but she is scared to date anyone since she knew her parents would not allow. Alexa does not have the rich snobby girl personality you would expect but she does like to spend her family's money.
Martin came from nothing but he is there on a football scholarship as the head quarterback. He has always had a thing for Alexa but years of miscommunication has caused these two to overlook each other or even maybe not like each other. The pull is still there and at times it made Martin sound like kind of a pansy. He is not the bad boy type you would first think when seeing the cover (and the fact that it says Bad Boy Romance).
I did enjoy the epilogue, while corny HEA, it fit the story perfectly.
I received this book for an unbiased review via Audiobook Boom
The only way this would have been a 4 or 5 star listening experience for me is if it had a different reader that knows what they are doing both with voice and the recording itself, and to have someone edit the story line that has the potential to be much better than it is.
I like romances so I'll keep listening to them.
The only way it could've been better is if it were a different person. If Lynnae Stanwick is going to continue to narrate anything she needs to hire a coach who will give her an honest review and teach her how to use her voice correctly throughout the narration. Also, she needs lessons in how to use her recording equipment because she cuts out some words, has long pauses in other places and goes from a level that you can't hear to one that busts your eardrums. Her voice fluctuation and vocal expressions happen at all the wrong times and don't make sense with the scenes. Obviously, she can read and has potential but just needs some coaching and directing by someone with some experience.
The continual references to the difference in their wealth, the drinking until blacking out scenes without addressing it properly as related to safety and getting help.
I would think an author with 12 books under their belt would produce a more refined product. This story line is good and has potential especially since it's a sports related theme but it still needs a lot of work. In the future, a better narrator would definitely help.
- Linda G.