Series: Bowler University (Book 2)
Rating: 4 Stars
How I Got It: Purchased
Just like the first book in the series this was a fairly light New Adult novel. It’s fun with enjoyable characters.
Lea was unique. First, she has an injury that causes her to have a physical deformity. You just don’t see a lot of that. And she has tattoos and crazy piercings from her rebellious teen years. It would have been nice if that part of her past was further explored.
And I really liked Max. he intrigued me in the first book. He also has these interesting personality traits like how much he cooks and bakes. It didn’t happen often, but it was really fun to see him interact with his ex-girlfriend Kat. They have an intriguing relationship and their interactions show a lot about their characters.
The first book and this one had some similar relationship conflicts: pretending, building walls, and not using your words like a grown up. Now, I’m not a fan of omission/not talking as a conflict. But my real issue is how similar the two books were.
Oh, something that was fantastic and you don’t see a lot of happened. There was a decent amount of happy time at the end. So many books, especially with a romance, end right after the conflict is resolved. That always leaves me wanting, but these books didn’t have that problem.
The third book in this series comes out in January and I’ll definitely be checking it out.
~Thanks for reading!