Nick Barrett is a god at my university. And me, little ol' April Hansen? I'm just a nerdy girl, studying and working to take care of my dad.
Nick could have any woman he wanted, but for some reason, he wants me...It's a miracle he even notices me waiting for the bus, let alone offer to drive me home.
Before I can help it, I'm falling for Nick. But there's a reason jocks and geeks don't mix, and I'm about to get my heart broken, I just know it.
Between the Tackles is a standalone, full-length, bad-boy sports romance novel. There is no cliffhanger, no cheating, and a guaranteed happy ending!
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By MCR. on 22-05-17
Did you have an emotional reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
This is such a good story and it is very emotional. It is a perfect young adult romance that shows all the gamut of feelings that young people suffer as they start their adult life. These youngsters are so honorable and hardworking and their love is so honest and pure. The author really understands how young people think and feel. The presenter did a really good job of reading the book. I loved this book.
By A D. on 14-02-17
Sweet, feel good College Romance
For every studious woman who harbours a secret crush on the seemingly unattainable man. You know the one who is opposite in almost every way. This is for you!
This sweet romance is big on the feel good factor and leaves every reader wishing for that one incredible love. Jocks and geeks do mix and can enhance each other's strengths, much like Nick and April. This story takes the characters through the challenges and insecurities of transitioning from college to "the real world." Thoroughly enjoyable.
This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review."l
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By lisa cravens on 24-01-17
Tough start but great story
Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?
Yes and no. I enjoyed the storyline, the narration was ok, but there were some glitches and some repetition in some spots that need to be corrected before I recommend
Who was your favorite character and why?
Nick. I loved his steadfast presence and mindset.
Have you listened to any of Holly Elise’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
No. I think holly did fantastic for the female roles, but her male voice was monotone and slow. Rather than a male voice attempt, or tone change, she changed the cadence and rhythm of her speech and it threw things off some.
Do you think Between the Tackles needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?
I really enjoyed the characters but a second book wasn't necessary however it could be done.
Any additional comments?
This was a sweet story, and if you manage to stay tuned past the glitches in chat 2, the skip of their meeting, and the monotone moments than it pays off from a story standpoint. I would probably read this story however before buying the audiobook for this one. I received this audiobook from audiobook boom for free for my unbiased review.
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By Misty on 31-01-17
Needs some work
There was a lot of good in this book. The plot and the characters were on point. I can see how if this was reworked to be more in depth and not so on the surface, I would thoroughly enjoy.
There were more than a couple editing errors that pulled me out of story and kept me listening just to see if there were more.
Holly Elise was a great narrator for female characters but her male voice wasn't was I hoping for with the male lead being a very masculine football player.
I requested to review this book from the narrator, author or publisher via Audiobook Boom.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful