“You’ve owned me from ‘Shenanigans,’ Ivy Mac.”
Gray, Gray, Gray, Gray, Gray. Loveable and affable, he is both a heart and panty melter that’s for sure.
In book 1 The Hook Up, we learnt that Gray Grayson is not only a football player on the field but a bit of a player off the field. However, from the minute he texts Ivy Mackenzie he’s smitten. Ivy is the daughter of his soon to be sports agent, and when he is in need of a car to loan he is lumbered with Ivy’s bubble pink Fiat Cinquecento.
Ivy is in London with her mother, but when she hears that her father has loaned her car out, she texts Gray to warn him to look after her car, and here forth start the texts.
The TEXTS are a funny and cute interlude to their friendship, and we are gifted with a book full of banter, chemistry and feels.
Gray has never found a woman who can make him feel all the things that Ivy is invoking in him, he spent his childhood living with his harsh football coach father and even though he was pushed into the game, he loves it with a passion. Nothing has ever come close until Ivy.
Ivy has seen what being in a relationship with someone from the game is like, her parents marriage ended because of her fathers hectic work schedule and the tempting women that are part and parcel of the lifestyle, so she is happy that her and Gray are firmly established in the friend zone.
Slowly but surely, their relationship lines begins to blur and Kristen delivers some beautifully intense sexual tension, delicious dirty talking along with some hot as fuck sex.
I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book, the complex characters along with the supporting cast made it an absolute pleasure. Looking forward to reading about Gray’s team-mates.
This is a standalone, told in dual POV but part of a series of interconnected characters.
ARC gratefully received from the author in exchange for an honest review