Thursday, 19 January 2017

Review: Offensive Rebound: Holding Court by M.J. Fields

*****5 Stars*****

I really enjoyed this book. It's not my usual go-to sub genre - I'm not particularly into sports related books - but this one is worth venturing out for.
It's a great story filled with a few laughs, lots of chemistry, a fiery, stubborn woman and an alpha-ish male. Don't get my wrong, Brock is great but he's not overly alpha. Just enough, which suits his character. 
There are parts that warmed my heart and left my eyes slightly damp. It's well written and gets your heart racing on many levels.

Although I barely know the basics of basketball, I didn't find it detracted from the book. There's more than enough going on. That being said, I'm sure those of you know do know basketball will no doubt find it adds to the story.
All in all, I really enjoyed this story and I'm sure you will too.

Reviewed by Vivienne Kauffer

It's a call that changes my life--and my little girl's. Years ago, playing for the NBA was the dream, but the Seattle Stallions suck. Worse than that, my old teammate is now the star center--not to mention my number one rival. There has to be a catch, some sort of agenda. Before I was injured, I was the best. Now? There's no way they want me. 

But when I see the roster and salaries, it all comes together. It's a chance to get on the court again and change our lives. And I just can't wait for the opportunity to finally take him down. What I never counted on is Courtney Cohen being the game changer. 

I inherited the Bad News Bears of the NBA. When I discovered the star center, my ex fiancé, cheating on me, all I want is to jump ship before the whole thing sinks. But with revenge on my mind, I exact a plan. Take down the dirty player and save my father's dream.

Suddenly twelve minutes is too little time, and a season is not long enough.
Will it be love, or just a game?

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