Mia is a good girl and she’s tired of it. When Mia goes home for spring break her BFF convinces her to have some fun, and meeting hot Aussie Kye makes that very easy. But Kye is a bad boy on his last chance. He’s at Cresswell Tennis Academy to work and forget his past.
When Kye and Mia meet sparks fly, and Kye has to decide if love is worth more than being the best tennis player on the circuit – because he’s fallen for the boss’ daughter.
What I thought:
“I heard the shower running and contemplated following him in there for one insane second before dismissing it as PTSD: Post Terrific Sex Ditziness”
I stumbled onto this book as a free download on Amazon. I loved the cover and the synopsis sounded just like the kind of story I was in the mood for, so I decided to give it a try – and I’m so very happy I did. I devoured this book in one day. I just couldn’t put it down. I love Marsh’s writing style, the change between each characters POV and the quirkiness of the dialogue.
I’m impressed at how Marsh managed to tell a full, well written and developed story in a novella. The book didn’t feel short at all and I didn’t feel like any info was left out or that the story progressed too fast. There was a clear and believable growth of the characters and even though they fell in love over such a short time, it made sense.
I loved Kye! What a great character, I liked that he started off a real asshole and yet was still such a gentleman. His growth over the book was so well written and I enjoyed reading from his POV. Mia was also a well written character. I really liked her and found that I felt everything she did. From the beginning of the book I wanted to know Dani’s story, then she screwed everything up and I ended up hating her. I think reading her book is going to be very interesting.
Over all this book was well worth the read, full of great characters, a fun storyline and enough steaminess to get the heart pumping. I must get my hands on the next book!