Ditched; A Sports Romance (Standalone)
by RC Boldt (Author)
This review is from: March 25, 2018 By Kay Daniels (Kindle Edition-Goodreads)
Becket Jones is a quarterback for the NFL Jaguars. He’s a one of a kind man looking for his one of a kind woman. He doesn’t do one night stands or easy flings. He’s looking for the real thing, the problem is his life in the spotlight makes it hard for women to see past the fame and fortune. Becket wants a woman to see the sensitive side of him. Yeah, even his teammates give him grief when he voices it out loud. He’s a football player and shouldn’t have a sensitive side, but his mother raised him to be a gentleman. It’s why he’s still single and used his best friend, Emma Jane, for as long as he did. She was his partner for every publicity event, things were perfect, but then she had to go and get married. Oh, who was he kidding, he was happy for her. That left him back to single status and he’s only looking for love.
Ivy Hayes runs Ditched, a company that helps transition a smooth breakup. She doesn’t advertise, she doesn’t need to. Her business is successful by word of mouth and she has become quite good at her job. Why? She is a firm believer that relationships do not work. There is no such thing as love. When Ivy meets Becket Jones she not only doesn’t know who he is, but she is also intrigued by the intelligence of the man. Upfront she tells him she doesn’t do relationships, but Becket doesn’t take no for an answer. He sees a challenge, like a football game to be won, he strikes out to win Ivy’s heart, unfortunately Ivy plays hardball and when the score is all tied up will Becket go into overtime or will Ivy call game and leave Becket ditched?
Becket Jones – I have been anticipating his story since He Loves Me…Knox. Becket is sweet, caring, doting, the perfect book boyfriend emotionally, add on top of that and he is also ripped and rich.
I’ve been crushing on him since he first appeared and can say that if Becket wasn’t fictional, I would have been stalking every social media account he owned. RC Boldt did not disappoint when she promoted Becket to his own book.
After wallowing in a Ditched hangover and trying my best to bask in the Becvy…Ivket…ok, the name melding thing totally doesn’t work for Becket and Ivy, but my point is, Ditched has it all and you will want to bask in it:
Great book boyfriend
Sizzling chemistry that builds until it blazes hot
Intense plot line
Excellent secondary characters
Follow up on prior characters
Emotions that pull at your heart, funny bone, exasperation, and cheer with delight
Ditched is a total win, can’t put down, fall in love effortless read. (Although Becket may disagree with the effortless part.)
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