Thursday, 8 September 2016

Sidelined (A Montgomery University Novel #2)


(This review is based on the ARC provided by the publisher via Net Galley )

This is the second book in the Montgomery University series by Kathryn Renard. I enjoyed this book more than the first book The Backup.  I love sport romances and this book touched on the injury facet of sport which is what made this book stand out from others of its kind. The writing style in this book was good and I really enjoyed the secondary characters of both Mark and Montana's families in the book as well as Montana's roommate Rachel and Janelle because they were all well conceived. I did feel that Mark and Montana's characters were very immature in the way they dealt with difficult situations.  Personally I also didn't like the way Montana rushed into losing her v-card and their intimate scenes could have been more romantic. A good book overall, but nothing I would read again.

Rating: 3/5


Montana Tienary ends up at Montgomery University after her dad is employed as the head coach of the university football team. On one her first few days at Montgomery she gets attracted to one of her fathers star players, Mark Bishop.

Mark Bishop is a gorgeous player who pushes all Montana's buttons everytime they meet. After getting hot and heavy one night, Mark makes it clear to Montana that he has no time for inexperienced girlfriends after which he humilates her. Once Mark and Motana start getting along and falling for each other, a dangerous injury on the football field might tear them apart.

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