by Kelsie Rae
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Series: Signature Sweethearts; Book 3
When Jude is offered the position of assistant coach to an online gaming championship, he’d be a fool to turn it down. But when his celebrity crush ends up being on the team, he decides to teach her a lot more than a few gaming tricks.
Quin doesn’t date. Being the breadwinner since she was sixteen will do that to a girl. So when the sexy new British coach shows up, she refuses to be distracted. She has goals, and she will achieve them. No matter the cost.
But is she willing to lose the only thing that matters to her in order to do so?
Have you read Kelsie Rae yet? If yes, then you know you’re going to love this. If no, then dive in, because this third book from one of my new faves is absolutely fabulous! I am seriously in awe of Ms. Rae!
Jude, best friend of Derrick from Breezy, has his HEA in the aptly titled Jude. Jude is a sexy Brit and you can’t help but love him. Quincy is a female gamer who has a complicated home life and faces sexism in her world of gaming. Q is asked to join a competitive gaming team which just so happens to be coached by Jude, a former world champion gamer. But these two were aware of each other before they become teammates. Sparks fly immediately.
This was a fun story to read. It features a different world from most NA and contemporary romances, which I found fun and refreshing. Sure, it’s a romance at heart, but with the different world we are treat to a different type of secondary character. I liked the new and different. My only real criticism is the one chapter from the POV of a secondary character to set up the next book. I understand why it was there but it sort messed with the flow of Jude and Quincy’s story. Otherwise, I loved this!
About the Author
Kelsie is a sucker for a love story with all the feels and enjoys a solid chick flick, too. When she’s not chasing words for her next book, you will probably find her reading or, more likely, playing with her “monsters”.
She adores chocolate, photography, baking, and running. And now that she’s actively pursuing her writing dreams, she’s set her sights on someday finding the self-discipline to not eat an entire batch of cookies in one sitting.
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