Whiplash: A Sports Romance by Tabatha Kiss
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
what a ride this was!!
junior is in awe when the footballteam is invited to the new coach' house. former footballer turned coach Pierce has chosen his school to coach. after introductions are made junior's eye fals onto a pretty girl walking through the house. quickly introducing himself he learns she's the coach' daughter, eliza.
his reputation as womanizer precedes him but something about her has him going back to her and pushing all her buttons. that the coach has tod the team she's off limits just passes him by. he's drawn to her witty remarks and her ability to stands up to him and not take his crap, no matter how honest he is.
eliza knew al about junior morgan, the school hotshot footballer, the rising start, the young man that had more scratches on his bedpost then a man doing life in prison. she knows she shouldn't see him, not even interact with him. but putting him in his place feels good! and she can't really deny the attraction between. with each time they meet he manages to break down her walls and not long after they're hooking up more times then not.
days turn into weeks and months but they keep getting together, eliza even tutoring him to keep up his grades. everything seems to go in their favor but one mistake threatens to destroy everything they had!!
what a ride this was! whiplash certainly is a title best describing this story. the dialogue between these two keeps you on your toes. to see both of them grown and stand up for what they want was inspiring to read. i'm more then pleased how it ended.
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