Tuesday, 23 February 2016

Review: Balls (Ball Games #1) by Andie M. Long

****4 Stars****
This is the story of Camille and an old school bully Dylan. Camille hated Dylan for gaining her the name Camille Toe ( camel Toe ) back in her school days. Camille is now returning to her home town to open an indoor childrens play area. After Dylan tries to say sorry like a million times can Camille ever forgive the grown up sexy looking man especially after disaster strikes again.
This is a quick, fun and very witty read. There is quite a few laugh out loud moments where you think omg the British are mad in their slang talk. However don't despair it comes with a glossary at the front so you can decipher everything. Unfortunately I am not a fan of short mini novella series and will only usually ever read novellas within a series if they are a much needed part. However I don't think anyone will be disappointed in the laughing factor with this one.
Reviewed by Claire Lamb
Camille Turner has returned to her home town of Rotherham to open her new business, a childrens play centre. She said she left to pursue her education but in reality she was driven away by the antics of fellow pupil Dylan Ball, whose parting shot, a photo of Camille in tight shorts, earned her the nickname Camille Toe.
After swearing revenge as she left the school gates behind her, Camille is reunited with a now older and apologetic Dylan who wants to be friends. She’d tell him to go to Hell but he does genuinely seem sorry. Plus he’s also matured into one sexy male. It’s so unfair.
But does Dylan really want to be friends or is it all an act to embarrass her once again?

Includes a Yorkshire/British glossary to teach you some rude slang ;)

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