Series: Milwaukee Dragons #1
Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Romance
Publication date: April 17, 2018
Format: eARC, 224 pages
How I got it: NetGalley
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Is this man: A) a super-hot NFL player, B) the guy you’re sexting, or C) your new boss?
If you’re Carrie Herron, the answer is: D) all of the above. First, Carrie starts exchanging steamy text messages with the sexy single dad she meets in line at the grocery store. Then she lands a job as the live-in nanny for the daughter of the Milwaukee Dragons’ newest star. With any luck, she’ll be back on her financial feet before the next cosplay convention rolls around. But when Carrie shows up for work and realizes that her new boss is the guilty pleasure in her phone, she has no choice but to try to keep things professional. Oh, how would Poison Ivy handle a temptation like Seth Chamberlain?
After getting traded from Houston to Milwaukee, Seth’s having a tough time keeping his head in the game, let alone making sure that his daughter is fitting in. So if the only nanny that Madison will tolerate is a grown woman who likes comic books even more than she does . . . well, so be it. Too bad the nanny is also the gorgeous redhead Seth’s been flirting with all this time. But with Carrie’s knowing glances and kissable lips driving him wild, Seth must decide whether he’s ready to put everything on the line.
I received a complimentary copy of this book for review consideration.
This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
Does it make me completely shallow if I admit the cover is what first drew my attention to On the Line? I mean, is anyone surprised? Hello abs. Plus, you know, football player. I’m a sucker for a sports romance, especially when the hero is a football player, so I was all over this one. It was a really fun read.
Carrie and Seth were great. I loved their meet cute and the flirty and downright sexy texts they exchanged after that first meeting. Of course, things got even more interesting when she ended up working for him… The chemistry was still there and their attempts to lock things down didn’t last for very long. What ensued was a fun and sexy storyline, with some feels I really wasn’t expecting if I’m honest. It was easy to root for Carrie and Seth together and separately. I mean, the geeky girl and the football player? Sign me up.
I’m a fan of the Milwaukee Dragons. I can’t wait to see what’s next for the series!
“I think I finally understand what singers mean when they say they’re drunk on a woman.”
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