by Nikki Sloane
Genres: Sports Romance


Title: The Rivalry
Author: Nikki Sloane
Genre: Sports Romance
Release Date: November 21, 2017
This tight end is at the top of his game.
He’s good with his hands, even better with his sexy mouth, and the best at making me forget my own name. His, ahem, stats are perfect.
But I can’t fall for him.
He might be everything I want, all rolled into a glorious package of gridiron god, but there’s one teeny-tiny problem. The vile, loathsome team I’ve spent my entire life hating—my beloved school’s arch-rival?
This guy is their star player.



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A change up from this author but it works and is one entertaining story. This story centres around rivalry so it is aptly named.

Kayla and Jay meet at their friend’s wedding, both are in the bridal party of twelve attendants!
They feel the chemistry between them very quickly however unbeknownst to each other they go to rival colleges and both are involved with football. Jay plays offense, tight end, for Michigan and Kayla is the captain of the Ohio cheerleading squad. How do you become involved with a rival and make it out alive?

Some great one liners like this…
“Never thought I’d say this, but for the love of God, don’t swallow!”
Jay says it but it might not be what you could be thinking about. The overall humour works like a treat and you find yourself chuckling out loud in quite a few places throughout the book.
Sizzling hot passion between Kayla and Jay that really steams things up. Their love story is definitely not traditional but very sweet all the same.

Great descriptions of both characters and scenes that take you into the book, like a fly on the wall! I also learnt a bit about American football and cheerleading. I have to admit to being anxious and a bit on edge during the big game, this part of the story is so exciting and I don’t even follow football!

I totally recommend this book if you enjoy a laugh or two and a nail biting final!

Reviewed by Robyn
Author Bio

Nikki Sloane landed in graphic design after her careers as a waitress, a screenwriter, and a ballroom dance instructor fell through. For eight years she worked for a design firm in that extremely tall, black, and tiered building in Chicago that went through an unfortunate name change during her time there. Now she lives in Kentucky and manages a team of graphic artists. She is married and has two sons, writes dirty books, and couldn’t be any happier.

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