Review of Legend (Real #6) by Katy Evans

Legend (Real #6)  by Katy Evans


Review: I was so sad and excited all at the same time to read this book. But I don’t think I have read a final book that I have loved as much as I have loved the Real series. And Even though this last book was not about my favorite characters Brooke and Remy, I fell in love with some new ones. Maverick and Reese, who are like a love story within itself I just want to swoon.

The characters were the best that they have ever been in this series, and they were all revved up for the final fight that Remy would fight. They were ready to see the legend that he would leave behind in Maverick.

So other then blushing, gushing, and sobbing, I was absolutely breathless the entire time I was reading this book. My hands were shaking with each page I turned and intentional going as slow as I could to prolong the book. I even slept with this book clutched to my chest at night, even after I had finished the book.

Man, I put off this review because I love this series and love to re-read it. Heck my closes friends know how much I love this series that one of them back in high school asked me to prom with a bookmark with Remy on it.

For my last  bit of talking on this book, I  just have to say that if you love to read and love New Adult and some heart thudding-ness. Do yourself a favor and go and get this series now. Okay? Good.

5 out of 5 stars.

304 pages. Paperback.

New Adult. Romance. Contemporary. Sports. Fiction. Mature Themes. Mature Content.

Published by Gallery Books.

Summary: Can love really conquer all?—Book Six in Katy Evans’s breakout New York Times bestselling series that began with REAL.

Maverick “The Avenger” Cage wants to rise to the top and become a legend in the ring. Though he keeps his identity well guarded, he’s known on the fighting circuit as the new kid with a chip on his shoulder and a tattoo on his back that marks him as trouble. He’s got a personal score to settle with the Underground’s one and only Remington “Riptide” Tate.

As Mav trains, he meets a young girl—the only other new person in the town—and sparks fly. When things get heated between them, he finds out she’s none other than Reese Dumas, the cousin of Remington Tate’s wife. A girl who’s supposed to root against him and a girl he’s supposed to stay away from.

But Mav fights for the woman in his heart and the monsters in his blood. The world’s eyes are on them, and the victor will go down in history as the ultimate fighting champion—the ultimate LEGEND.

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Review of The Boy Next Door by Katie Van Ark

The Boy Next Door by Katie Van Ark


Review: I was super pulled into the summary of this book because I have never read an ice skating book before. Unless you count one two shot manga series. But yeah, I knew nothing about figure skating couple/ or real skating in general.

Right away this book got me to fall head over heels for it. The prologue is of the two main characters first time on the ice as children. Which is cute and I can totally picture them all dressed up and a little scared to go out on the ice. The next thing that I found awesome about this book is that the chapters switch between the two main characters, Maddy and Gabe.

It was great reading from both their points of view on the situation that they were in with each. Maddy loving Gabe and wanting him to just love her back as she loves him. And Gabe not wanting to be anything but friends with Maddy because he doesn’t want to mess anything up and because he’s to scared to take that leap.

I really wish there was more to the book or even maybe a squeal, because I just want to know more about the ending. But Katie Van Ark does a great job of closing up all the loose ends and giving the readers a great ending.

5 out of 5 stars.

347 pages. Paperback.

Young Ault. Romance. Contemporary. Sports. Mature Themes.

Published by Swoon Reads.

Summary: Maddy Spier has been in love with the boy next door forever. As his figure skating partner she spends time in his arms every day. But she’s also seen his arms around other girls—lots of other girls.

Gabe can’t imagine skating with anyone but Maddy, and together they have a real chance at winning some serious gold medals. So, he’s determined to keep thinking of her like a sister. After all, he’s never had a romantic relationship that lasted for more than two weeks.

But when their coach assigns a new romantic skating program, everything changes. Will this be the big break that Maddy’s been hoping for or the big breakup that Gabe has always feared?

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Review of The Perfect Game by J. Sterling

The Perfect Game (The Perfect Game #1)  by J. Sterling15783307

Review: Ok, it’s been awhile since I have read New Adult, but this book was a good start back in to it. The book overall was pretty good I only had a couple of problems with the main characters. Fist I did not like how Cassie acted in the beginning of the book and she seemed to flip flop with how she acted a lot in the book. But the point is she figured it out and got better. The next big problem for me was Jack towards the end of the book he does and keeps doing stupid stuff that makes you want to stab him in the face, repeatedly. The end was also just so, so. I felt like it could have been more, ya know? Although, I am looking forward to reading the second book in the future.

3 out of 5 stars.

379 pages.

New Adult. Romance. Sports.

Published by Amazon Publishing.

Summary: He’s a game she never intended to play.
And she’s the game changer he never knew he needed.

The Perfect Game tells the story of college juniors, Cassie Andrews & Jack Carter. When Cassie meets rising baseball hopeful Jack, she is determined to steer clear of him and his typical cocky attitude. But Jack has other things on his mind… like getting Cassie to give him the time of day.

They’re both damaged, filled with mistrust and guarded before they find one another (and themselves) in this emotional journey about love and forgiveness. Strap yourselves for a ride that will not only break your heart, but put it back together.

Sometimes life gets ugly before it gets beautiful…

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Suitable for ages 17+
Contains strong language, sexual situations and references.