Recommended By Adrian
Recommended By Adrian
I really enjoyed to first two books in this series, but she totally kicked it up a notch with Hard to Score. It has everything I love in a story - second-chance romance with a high school crush, family drama, lots of romance and of course HEAT! I love that Drew and Brex have a history so we get a little of that friends-to-lovers trope. The premise of this series, four sisters kicking ass in a male-dominated sports world, is so original and fun, and Brex is definitely my favorite Kincaid sister. Drew is so sweet and the fact that he was struggling a bit in his career really made him likable and relatable. The backstory of the family drama was awesome and kept me wanting to know more about what actually happened. As always, Bromberg weaves a romantic love story filled with emotion and amazing chemistry. Score!!!
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“The same crooked smile I swooned over all those years ago is even more devastating now when accented by a little scruff, eyes full of desire, and a body made to sin with.”
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I’ve signed numerous players to my family’s agency—I assumed winning over my next client would be just as easy.
The last thing I expected was to run into the boy who took my first kiss and broke my heart: only now Drew Bowman is all grown up.
Sexy. Scandal-tainted. Second-string. The crush I never got over.
I tell myself work is the reason I can’t get him out of my head. I tell him his talent far outweighs his position, and I know I can help. I lie and lie, because admitting that I want a second chance at my first love is impossible.
Some lines cannot be crossed, and ours was drawn in the sand years ago.
I’m supposed to hate her.
I’ve been told so time and again for ten years - her father ruined our family, smeared my name before my career even began.
But that’s not what I’m feeling now.
Brexton Kincade just strode out of my memories and onto my field.
Driven. Determined. Grown up. The Capulet to my Montague.
Being with her would be an unforgivable sin against my father, but I can’t resist the pull between us. Even if it means hiding what we have. Even if it means confronting the secrets I’ve always feared were lies.