Sunday, April 16, 2017

Review: Dirty Quarterback

Dirty Quarterback Dirty Quarterback by S.J. Bishop
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

3 Star Kindle Unlimited Read:
I did like the leading lady at all. A mother with a sick child would conquer mountains come hell or high water to get what her child needed to be healthy. If my child were dying and her father was standing before me regardless if his bitch girlfriend was there or not I would spill to save my babies life.

However, the author redeemed the story with the ending. I enjoyed it.

It has many redeeming qualities. The characters were likable at best neutral at worst. The writing was much better than expected. I developed an interest that withstood to the end. The plot was nice, somewhat original or had its own unique flair. The writing was good, and the pretense wasn’t half bad, the romance was simmering with few exceptions. The male/female lead showed hints of abuse both verbal and/or physical or signs of spot-on or forced chemistry. It was a tiny bit predictable. Overall, liked it enough, entertaining.

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