Title: The Slam: NA Romance
Author: Haleigh Lovell
Genre: New Adult Sports Romance
Release Date: April 1, 2016
His best strokes can be found off the court.
Ender Hemsworth has been called many things:
A Cock on Legs.
Captain of Sigma Chi.
Big man on campus.
Star athlete at UC Berkeley.
And he's always scowling like someone just took a piss in his Cheerios.
Adelaide Vikander has been called one thing:
Twenty Types of Trouble.
And she likes to take the proverbial ‘piss’ in Ender’s Cheerios.
When they’re forced to live together off campus, sparks fly and panties drop.
Will Ender, the cold and unfeeling ‘Cock on Legs’ grow a torso, a head, and a warm, beating heart?
Haleigh Lovell is a New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author of THE LIST series. She studied Journalism at the UW-Madison. Despite training as a journalist, Haleigh found she enjoyed making up her own stories . . . stories with humor, heat, and heart.
Speaking of hearts . . . the ones who truly have Haleigh's heart are her DIY husband, her tween daughters, and her three rescue dogs.
Oh, and sleep. Haleigh also loves to sleep the sleep of a thousand martyrs.
Adelaide is humorous, I actually found myself loving her even with all her quirky ways. I could just imagine the faces of Ender and his brother in the occasions when she would go on and on.
The scene with Natasha... oh my gosh. I laughed at that ramble. I could just picture the girls face as Adelaide went on the explain the basics of the so called diet that she was on. The look of disgust on her face as the thought of what Adelaide was saying...oh how I can see it now.
The way Adelaide is described I imagine her as this tiny little mouse. But then BAM, she says what she is thinking and I couldn't hold back my laughter.
Ender was the guy most girls on campus wanted to be with and all the guys envied. He had no problem getting the girl and did so often. And on most occasions he didn't even remember their names. You was after all a cock with legs. (Loved that, so funny)
This was a light fun read, with a touch of heat to keep things interesting.
It held my interest, kept me smile and gave me those heat flashes that led to me fanning me face.
Would I recommend The Slam?