Breathless by Sarah Sanders

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Short, sweet and sexy – we loved this book. Lara is a movie star whose career has crashed and burnt. She is in the throes o...

Always More (Sports Series #1) by Nicole Pyland


Low on angst, pure romance with two utterly pleasant leading ladies makes this a great little read.

Wyatt Wicked is a leading volleyball player in the world. She’s “the most sought after volleyball player in the world, male or female”. Since ladies volleyball doesn’t have a league of its own stateside, Wicked has spent years being a part of teams in Europe and South America. But now the US is taking its first baby step into creating a woman’s volleyball league and Wicked’s charisma is the biggest factor and draw for this happening. Everly Holman had a promising career as a volleyball player but on the way to her very first match she had a serious accident and multiple injuries put paid to that avenue. She trained in psychology and sports psychology is her dream posting now. On her way to the interview, Everly and Wicked literally bump into each other and under the little sniping, there is a load of attraction there.

Everly gets the job but resists the girl. With Wicked being the star player of the team and Everly being the team psychologist, all sorts of lines would be crossed, not to mention a possible conflict of interest.

Both the ladies are immediately delightful right in from the first scene. There is great chemistry between them and you’re totally rooting for them right away. The character development is wonderful. There are many more details of the past and circumstances in the present with Wicked so there are more dimensions to her, but Everly holds her own with flair. The sex scenes are so good and the relationship between the two is superb. There was a brief scene where it looked like Everly wasn’t particularly on the ball as a psychologist, but that was thankfully rather short. The whole impact on their professional dealings in light of a romantic relationship conundrum never got resolved so looks like Everly’ll have to rethink her job in near future. But as a romance, this one works perfectly. The details of the game, the strategies and the actual matches are all excellently done.

Definitely recommended. 


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