Saturday, June 14, 2014

[Kame's Review]: "One Night with a Quarterback"

One Night with a Quarterback by Jeanette Murray
Publisher: InterMix (June 17, 2014)
Series: The Santa Fe Bobcats, 1
Genre: Contemporary Romance -- Sports

She’s daddy’s little girl…or she would have been, had he known she existed. Cassie Wainwright thought her father—head coach of the Santa Fe Bobcats—ignored her purposefully. Come to find out, he had no clue she’d ever been born.

Now Cassie is determined to meet the man who’s always been missing from her life. Her mother warns her, being the long-lost daughter of a well-known NFL coach won’t be easy, but Cassie’s determined to stick it out. And before her life turns upside down, she wants one more night of fun.

Starting quarterback for the Santa Fe Bobcats, Trey Owens is tired of being in the limelight. Lucky for him, the beautiful brunette he meets at the club isn’t a local. She has no idea who he is…and she’s down to party.

Tomorrow, Cassie will think about her father. Tomorrow, she’ll think about her future. But tonight is for herself and the hottie she found on dance floor. It’s a matchup made in heaven—if only for a night…

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Kame's Review:

Cassie grew up in a single parent household thinking her father just didn't want to be in her life. After her mother's bout with cancer she learns that he didn't even know she existed. Cassie drives to meet him and his family; the night before the meeting she needs to relieve stress and dances her heart out at a club catching the eye of Trey.

Cassie, love her, and yeah to Jeanette Murray for writing a female computer geek that is hot looking! Cassie is far nicer than I would have been in a few situations; and her craving for a family pulls at your heart. Trey is not the typical football player hero. He has a heart of gold and is faithful to his friends. He is such a wonderfully written character. They had sizzle from the moment they met; but it was their humor that sucked me into this book. They are a couple I would love to hang out with on a weekend.

The plot is rather unique, with the long lost daughter portion and the stepmother angle. Trey has his own subplot with a good friend that kept me interested also. Cassie's father and stepmother could be rather harsh and at times it grated on me; but in the end the book is all about Cassie and Trey who I loved. I am hoping they are a big part of book 2 which I definitely will be reading!

Can't decide between 3 1/2 and 4 stars.

3 1/2 - 4 STARS! 

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Kame received an e-ARC of this book from the publisher, via NetGalley, in exchange for her honest opinion.

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Thanks for the review, Kame! :) Again, what a yummy cover!

Have you read Jeanette Murray before? Who is your favorite football playing hero?


Until Next Time,


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