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Hook Shot Book Review
I think my expectations were a little too high when I started reading <em>Hook Shot</em>, so I’m disappointed that I didn’t love this one as much as I had hoped to. Lotus’s story was really powerful and emotional, but I was not a fan of Kenan’s character. I think it had more to do with the male narrator in my audiobook. The voice of the narrator just didn’t match up to the mental image that I had of Kenan. I think I would have loved this one more if I had ended up reading it on print/ebook instead of listening to the audiobook.
A deeply emotional standalone romance set in the worlds of professional basketball and high fashion.
Divorced. Single dad. Traded to a losing squad.
Cheated on, betrayed, exposed.
My perfect life blew up in my face and I’m still picking up the pieces.
The last thing I need is her.
A wildflower. A storm. A woman I can’t resist.
Lotus DuPree is a kick to my gut and a wrench in my plans
from the moment our eyes meet.
I promised myself I wouldn’t trust a woman again,
but I’ve never wanted anyone the way I want Lo.
She’s not the plan I made, but she’s the risk I have to take.
A warrior. A baller. The one they call Gladiator.
Kenan Ross charged into my life smelling all good, looking even better and snatching my breath from the moment we met.
The last thing I need is him.
I’m working on me. Facing my pain and conquering my demons.
I’ve seen what trusting a man gets you.
I. Don’t. Have. Time. For. This.
But he just keeps coming for me.
Keeps knocking down my defenses and stealing my excuses
one by one.
He never gives up, and now…I’m not sure I want him to.