Review: Quarterback (An Alpha Billionaire Bad Boy Romance) by Jess Winters

ROMANCE: Quarterback (An Alpha Billionaire Bad Boy Romance) (Contemporary New Adult Sport Romance) by [WINTERS, JESS]

Product Details
File Size: 1584 KB
Print Length: 50 pages
Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
Publication Date: October 12, 2016
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC

Being in love with a billionaire is one thing, but falling in love with the quarter back of the Atlantic Bulls whose head coach is your father? That is on a whole other level! 
Katie Bersat finds herself in an on and off relationship with Steven Wilson. After her father threatens to enforce a transfer of Steven to a different team after finding out about their relationship, Kate is forced to keep off and let him be. But their attraction goes beyond the physical and she finds herself connecting with him on a whole new level.

Image is important for her and as she carries on with her daily activities she finds herself being drawn back to the arms of her man. This time he proposes to her and wants to make their union not only official but permanent. 

Will Kate heed her father’s words and stay away from her bad boy who is “always high on cocaine” as her father says? Or will she roll the dice and choose love above all else? -Amazon

(little) Review 
Firstly, I've got a DM from the author on Instagram. She's asked me if I wanted to read her book in exchange for an honest review. So.. Thank you again Jess Winters! 

I really did enjoy this book and I loved the characters. 

Main Characters
Kate Bersat: Publicist; bad ass, jealous
Steven Wilson: Quarterback; bad boy, rich

But there was one problem for me... This book had no beginning and no ending.
I wish this book were a little bit longer, but it was also good for her first book. If this book were longer, I think it could be a great book. The characters seemed real to me, which I enjoy. I hope there will be a sequel.

I gave this book ★★★★

Yanisa (acityofbooksblog)

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