Tuesday, 28 June 2016

Review
ARC provided for a honest review





BLURB
Juked: verb. 
/jook-t/
A slang soccer term meaning: faked out, deceived, confused your opponent
See examples Daniel Zavaro and Quincy Watson:

As the rising star in Houston, Daniel has found fame as Captain of his Pro soccer team and the city’s most eligible bachelor. Daniel has everything – except someone special – and that suits him just fine. He doesn’t want, or need, complications.

Quincy has baggage, and lots of it. After a tragic accident spins her world on its axis, she finds herself as a single mother, raising a newborn nephew she never knew she had. Between parenthood, her full-time job, and dealing with the suffocating grief of losing her sister, every day is a struggle. 

When they begin to cross paths unexpectedly and often, an unlikely friendship starts to evolve. Feelings change. Lines get crossed. What happens next surprises them both...

Before they know it-- they’ve been Juked.


My thoughts on Juked

If you're looking for a light and easy read to entertain you on a lazy summer eve then look no further.

Juked is a sweet and entertaining book and even though there aren't really any big surprises or twists in the plot, it still delivers for me. This is the kind of book I'll read when I can't deal with the big emotions that'll leave me drained. This book allowed me to disengage my brain for a few hours and just go with the flow of the story.

So if you want a book for your holiday to read by the pool or in the privacy of your garden then this is it.