Review: Coach by Jacob Chance
Publication Date: August 8th, 2018
Series: Boston Terriers #3
Rating: 5 Stars
Official Blurb:“Are you looking for the cheerleading tryouts, sweetheart?”
Zeke Kingston is the arrogant, tattooed, and sinful coach of Boston University's women's football team. And I’m their new quarterback.
From the moment the dark and broody hunk mistook me for a cheerleader we've clashed. His smirking lips make my blood boil and his god-like muscles turn my knees weak.
Everything about us is off limits, but lines are blurring and temptations have become too hard to resist.
Being together breaks all the rules, but what happens when the rules no longer matter?
This is a standalone with crossover characters from PENALTY and DRIVE.
Review: I have a soft spot when it comes to forbidden romances, so I was sucked in right from the beginning.
So, I’m going to start with Amelia here. Don’t get me wrong I did adore Zeke, but to me, Amelia stole the show. She is the quarterback of the Boston Terriers. Not only is she strong and independent, but she is also keeping up her scholarship without any distractions. Well, until Zeke comes along, and then things become complicated. He is her coach, and he is also completely off limits.
At first, their relationship is a bit rocky, but then the chemistry takes over, and these two can’t keep their hands off each other. Is the risk really worth losing it all? I adored this book so hard. I literally read it in one sitting because I couldn’t put it down. This is no doubt my favorite one in the series.