Monday, April 13, 2015

[Kame's Review]: "Out of Bounds"

Out of Bounds by Lynn Raye Harris
Publisher: Kindle Worlds (March 12, 2015)
Genre: Contemporary Romance

When the stakes are this high, sometimes you have to throw out the rulebook… 

When San Francisco Outlaws tight end Malcolm Hughes comes home for his twin brother’s funeral, he doesn’t expect to pick up a runaway bride on the side of the road. 

Sabrina Miller thought she was gaining a husband, but the ceremony went south when she discovered her fiancĂ© was already married. Now, with a storm bearing down and nowhere to go, she reluctantly accepts a ride from a brooding stranger. 

Forced to wait out the storm, Mal and Sabrina are drawn together by forces neither of them can explain. When Mal offers to let Sabrina spend what would have been her honeymoon in his beach house, he isn’t thinking of seduction. 

But the chemistry between them is combustible—and impossible to deny. It’s only for a few days and they’re positive they can handle it. So when reality returns and they have to walk away, why does it feel wrong to let each other go? 

In the game of love, some of the best plays are out of bounds… 

Note: This story is part of Bella Andre's Game For Love series, but it can be read and enjoyed as a stand alone story. 

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Reviews of Harris's Previous Books:

Hot Pursuit (#1) -- Kame
Hot Mess (#1.5) -- Kame
Dangerously Hot (#4) -- Kame
Hot Shot (#5) -- Kame

Kame's Review:

Mal thought the day couldn’t get any worse but then he looked up into the sky and saw the storm clouds moving in.  It was going to be a big one – seemed right after the day he had. He thought no one could beat him in the shitty day contest until up ahead he saw her. She was walking along the road, not noticing the storm, dragging a suitcase and wearing a wedding dress.

I have a soft spot in my heart for Mal and that was before I discovered he was a football player. He is living with some unimaginable pain and he must do it with the world watching. Well everyone by Sabrina, it seems she is one of the only people he has ever met who doesn’t follow football. What Sabrina lacks in football knowledge she surpasses in compassion and I just fell in love with her too.

What a fun novella! I admit I was a little nervous that I would be lost as I have not read any of Belle Andre’s Game for Love series, but that was immediately put to rest in the first few pages. I didn't want it to end, and I would definitely read more books and novellas like this. Just the right amount of emotion and steam.


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Kame received an e-ARC of this book from the author in exchange for her honest opinion.

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Thanks for the review, Kame! :)

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Until Next Time,


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Sophia Rose said...

The way you describe it and the blurb makes me excited to read it too. I love sports romances and this is great that it can be read out of order in case I get impatient. ;)

KAMEBookReview said...

Honestly I never read any of the others and I was fine - really enjoyed it. Not as much sports - just a sports figure.