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Rendon: Nash is football royalty in this town and has an ego to match. We met at a party--the last place I wanted to be. Full of confident swagger, the campus playboy approached me. It was hard to believe he was interested in me, but he was. Interested in hooking up, that is. When things ended before they really even began, we agreed once the semester started it'd be bes Rendon: Nash is football royalty in this town and has an ego to match. We met at a party--the last place I wanted to be. Full of confident swagger, the campus playboy approached me. It was hard to believe he was interested in me, but he was. Interested in hooking up, that is. When things ended before they really even began, we agreed once the semester started it'd be best to keep our distance from each other. But I'm the only one holding up my end of the deal. He thinks he can just waltz back into my life, turn on the charm and have me with a simple snap of his fingers. He can't. Nash: Rendon is off-limits but I want him anyway. With dreams of going pro depending on my current season, I know I should have stayed away from him. Hooking up with a teammate's younger brother was asking for trouble. It's been months since I've seen him and the moment I set eyes on him my already cracked resolve crumbles to dust. That small taste of him I had isn't enough. It will never be enough. Now that he's back on campus to stay, I plan on picking up where we left off... Except now he says he doesn't want me. Rendon may be a virgin but Nash is the one who has no clue what he's doing. Recovered Fumble is the third book in the Sugar Land Saints series and the first full-length novel. It's a story about opposites with undeniable chemistry, a well-rounded education and the love of football.


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Rendon: Nash is football royalty in this town and has an ego to match. We met at a party--the last place I wanted to be. Full of confident swagger, the campus playboy approached me. It was hard to believe he was interested in me, but he was. Interested in hooking up, that is. When things ended before they really even began, we agreed once the semester started it'd be bes Rendon: Nash is football royalty in this town and has an ego to match. We met at a party--the last place I wanted to be. Full of confident swagger, the campus playboy approached me. It was hard to believe he was interested in me, but he was. Interested in hooking up, that is. When things ended before they really even began, we agreed once the semester started it'd be best to keep our distance from each other. But I'm the only one holding up my end of the deal. He thinks he can just waltz back into my life, turn on the charm and have me with a simple snap of his fingers. He can't. Nash: Rendon is off-limits but I want him anyway. With dreams of going pro depending on my current season, I know I should have stayed away from him. Hooking up with a teammate's younger brother was asking for trouble. It's been months since I've seen him and the moment I set eyes on him my already cracked resolve crumbles to dust. That small taste of him I had isn't enough. It will never be enough. Now that he's back on campus to stay, I plan on picking up where we left off... Except now he says he doesn't want me. Rendon may be a virgin but Nash is the one who has no clue what he's doing. Recovered Fumble is the third book in the Sugar Land Saints series and the first full-length novel. It's a story about opposites with undeniable chemistry, a well-rounded education and the love of football.

30 review for Recovered Fumble

  1. 5 out of 5

    Cadiva

    My favourite so far in the series 3.5* I love a good opposites attract romance, especially when it comes with a jock and a nerdy geek type. I love it even more when the jock catches feelings and he's not sure what to do about it when the nerdy guy is more standoffish. Here I had both those things but what stopped it scoring higher was the tension causing plot device, which I felt just didn't really justify the angsty reaction. That said, it wasn't out of the realms of possibility and it didn't dra My favourite so far in the series 3.5* I love a good opposites attract romance, especially when it comes with a jock and a nerdy geek type. I love it even more when the jock catches feelings and he's not sure what to do about it when the nerdy guy is more standoffish. Here I had both those things but what stopped it scoring higher was the tension causing plot device, which I felt just didn't really justify the angsty reaction. That said, it wasn't out of the realms of possibility and it didn't drag on for ages. But I'd have preferred a more solid build up to it happening as it felt a bit thrown in. I really liked both Nash and Rendon, and it was great to catch up with Shaw and Bishop from book two.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Leslie

    I don’t know how to rate this so I’m leaving that part blank. I liked...parts of it. I wasn’t a fan of the first book in this series. I did enjoy the second one more but still wasn’t over the moon about it. But when I read that one I was way into getting Nash and Rendon’s book. There was stuff to like with this. Nash and Rendon were so cute together. Really sweet. But this book was too long and the drama at the end seemed unrealistic and OTT. So I don’t know what I think. I know this review is s I don’t know how to rate this so I’m leaving that part blank. I liked...parts of it. I wasn’t a fan of the first book in this series. I did enjoy the second one more but still wasn’t over the moon about it. But when I read that one I was way into getting Nash and Rendon’s book. There was stuff to like with this. Nash and Rendon were so cute together. Really sweet. But this book was too long and the drama at the end seemed unrealistic and OTT. So I don’t know what I think. I know this review is super helpful. 😂

  3. 5 out of 5

    Sussu

    This isn't quite the worst romance I've read this year, but it is a close second. I didn't hate it, but all but one aspect were disappointing. The one thing that made this a two instead of a one star read? The repeated emphasis on consent. Everything else was so incredibly disappointing. The characters were made of cardboard, Ren read way too young (made this a little squicky for me), and the writing was all tell and no show. I was supposed to believe in insta-love built on chemistry, but there si This isn't quite the worst romance I've read this year, but it is a close second. I didn't hate it, but all but one aspect were disappointing. The one thing that made this a two instead of a one star read? The repeated emphasis on consent. Everything else was so incredibly disappointing. The characters were made of cardboard, Ren read way too young (made this a little squicky for me), and the writing was all tell and no show. I was supposed to believe in insta-love built on chemistry, but there simply was no chemistry, no matter how many times the author tried to shove that thought down my throat. I didn't believe any of this, nothing made sense, I didn't care at all, and in all honesty I mostly finished this for the sake of not ending up having wasted several hours on something I couldn't even review. I vastly preferred the two preceding novellas, even though they weren't all that special either. I won't be continuing with Crow's other work.

  4. 5 out of 5

    keren davidi cohen

    4.5 stars In general I enjoyed the book Although there were some frustrating moment, Randon and Nash were very cute together I loved the chemistry between them ! it was nice to see how Rendon went from shy guy to being sassy and confident I love this series and I'm curious to know if the rest of the characters will have their own book 4.5 stars In general I enjoyed the book Although there were some frustrating moment, Randon and Nash were very cute together I loved the chemistry between them ! it was nice to see how Rendon went from shy guy to being sassy and confident I love this series and I'm curious to know if the rest of the characters will have their own book

  5. 5 out of 5

    ML

    Nash and Rendon were super hot and intense. I really enjoyed this book. It was an interesting take on when a football player hook up master meets his match. Rendon definitely put Nash through the wringer but the eventual HEA made it worth the angst. I hope Tristan is next in book 4! I love that snarky dude!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Heather Moss

    Awesome New Adult I love Baylin's NA mm romance series. Her characters are usually so endearing. Rendon and Nash aren't different. I loved the cameos of Shaw and Bishop. Wish I had more of a glimpse of Torin but that's cool. I do hope the next book is about Memphis and although Jesse overstepped there's something broken about him that makes me want him to have a redemption story. Anyway, I loved this book. Kept me smiling. Shaw and Bishop are still my fave, and I loved how much of them I got in t Awesome New Adult I love Baylin's NA mm romance series. Her characters are usually so endearing. Rendon and Nash aren't different. I loved the cameos of Shaw and Bishop. Wish I had more of a glimpse of Torin but that's cool. I do hope the next book is about Memphis and although Jesse overstepped there's something broken about him that makes me want him to have a redemption story. Anyway, I loved this book. Kept me smiling. Shaw and Bishop are still my fave, and I loved how much of them I got in this book.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Jamie Lee Zonneveld

    Recovered Fumble is the third book, and first full length novel, in the Sugar Land Saints serie by Baylin Crow. I'm really loving this series. This book is about Nash and Rendon, Shaw's (second book) little brother. I loved Nash and Randon so much. Recovered Fumble is the third book, and first full length novel, in the Sugar Land Saints serie by Baylin Crow. I'm really loving this series. This book is about Nash and Rendon, Shaw's (second book) little brother. I loved Nash and Randon so much.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Kaila

    this was an enjoyable story.. some spots annoyed me.. some spots i just thought about screaming but overall i liked it a lot. good storyline.. good characters.. and i enjoyed the writing. very good

  9. 4 out of 5

    Mel Sparks

    This was...unnecessarily long and slow. In Bishop and Shaw's story it seemed as though Nash and Ren were gonna have this epic romance, I was geared up for it guys, then I started this book and all my hopes remained that - hopes. My first irritation started with the excessive back and forth between the MC's to come to a decision on whether or not they liked each other, if it wasn't that they were bickering over whether to fuck or not, they were indecisive on whether or not to keep their distance This was...unnecessarily long and slow. In Bishop and Shaw's story it seemed as though Nash and Ren were gonna have this epic romance, I was geared up for it guys, then I started this book and all my hopes remained that - hopes. My first irritation started with the excessive back and forth between the MC's to come to a decision on whether or not they liked each other, if it wasn't that they were bickering over whether to fuck or not, they were indecisive on whether or not to keep their distance and before you knew it, all those petty ramblings and decision making took up almost half of the damn story. I was not amused. In fact I found myself skimming because like Nash I was frustrated. Ren came across as this pious, callous, stuck up nerd and for the life of me I struggled to come up with reasons for Nash's attraction. Then Jesse, some random fuck of Nash decides he has to have the role of antagonist and therefore stirs shit up for these boys just because. *Whatever* I'm a bit exhausted with this story to be honest and that's being kind.

  10. 4 out of 5

    E.Muddle

    Loved Rendon and Nash! Ever since the end of Broken Play, I've been dying to read their story and finally seeing Nash thrown completely off his game. Starting his first year at college, Rendon is supposed to be keeping his distance from Nash... but it's certainly hard to do when Nash is completely enamoured with him and wants the furthest thing from distance. It's clear Rendon feels the same way but after their brief encounter before the Summer, he isn't too keen on being a plaything and getting Loved Rendon and Nash! Ever since the end of Broken Play, I've been dying to read their story and finally seeing Nash thrown completely off his game. Starting his first year at college, Rendon is supposed to be keeping his distance from Nash... but it's certainly hard to do when Nash is completely enamoured with him and wants the furthest thing from distance. It's clear Rendon feels the same way but after their brief encounter before the Summer, he isn't too keen on being a plaything and getting hurt. Nash is a completely adorable surprise though, and the way he treats Rendon and is fiercely protective of him made me just about melt. Recovered Fumble is extremely well-written and deliciously enticing, featuring a cocky, confident player falling for his teammate's geeky, inexperienced and adorable younger brother. It was everything I was hoping for!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Edga

    Thought this was an OK read, which was overly long, and could've been wrapped up a lot quicker than it was. I had a few issues with the book, namely Rendon's immaturity, he often seemed much younger than he actually was, almost childlike, and I felt, at times, that he was much too young for the worldly Nash. However, l liked how the story is told, from the two POVs so the reader realizes how the two feel at specific moments. I liked that there was not too much angst that often appear in such roma Thought this was an OK read, which was overly long, and could've been wrapped up a lot quicker than it was. I had a few issues with the book, namely Rendon's immaturity, he often seemed much younger than he actually was, almost childlike, and I felt, at times, that he was much too young for the worldly Nash. However, l liked how the story is told, from the two POVs so the reader realizes how the two feel at specific moments. I liked that there was not too much angst that often appear in such romances. Also, the ending really develops into a truly satisfying HEA.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Jen

    Low angst Brothers friend dual point of view Can be read standalone but better if you’ve read Bishop/Shaw Rendon has been warned that his brother’s sexy teammate is a one and done player, but he is drawn to Nash anyway. Rendon is surprised when Nash continues to pursue him. Liked the characters but I’m surprised to say there needed to be more tension. I’m all for low angst, but this felt way too easy.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Anais Olivar

    Too long, with so many unnecessary scenes. Kinda disappointed cause the other two books were pretty good and Nash is amazing and the fact that I didn't enjoy his book sucks but I did appreciate the confusion during the getting together scene. Too long, with so many unnecessary scenes. Kinda disappointed cause the other two books were pretty good and Nash is amazing and the fact that I didn't enjoy his book sucks but I did appreciate the confusion during the getting together scene.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Essie

    DNF 40% Both MC’s got on my nerves with their going back and forth about wanting eachother

  15. 4 out of 5

    Serena

    I know Ren was new to collage, but at some points he seemed almost too innocent. I preferred the other two books in this series, and I wish they were the length of this one. A good end to the series

  16. 5 out of 5

    Shawn Cha

    I like this one best so far Out of the 3 books I like this one best so far. In book 3 we don’t even hear much of Rush or Torin except in the first chapter at the house party. Book 2 we didn’t get to see bishop and Shaw really get into a relationship till we read book 3. In book 3 I felt like the characters for me like Ren and Nash were more relatable. Rendon has always been a shadow of his older brother Shaw who is the star of the school and everywhere. Where Shaw is handsome, athletic, and popul I like this one best so far Out of the 3 books I like this one best so far. In book 3 we don’t even hear much of Rush or Torin except in the first chapter at the house party. Book 2 we didn’t get to see bishop and Shaw really get into a relationship till we read book 3. In book 3 I felt like the characters for me like Ren and Nash were more relatable. Rendon has always been a shadow of his older brother Shaw who is the star of the school and everywhere. Where Shaw is handsome, athletic, and popular, where as Rendon is cute, nerdy, and lack social friends. Rendon meets Nash who is literally the opposite of himself. I find the contrast sleek and sexy. The book is relatable because when you find yourself in a relationship with someone who’s been around a lot you come to a conclusion of what makes you any different. Even though being with that person you have to sometimes deal with their past as well. It’s hard but if you love someone enough then you could both get through it together. Too bad the author rushed the ending we never got to really read Nash and Ren intimate together without the ummmm......protection. I feel like it would really give readers the insight on the trust Ren has for Nash because it seems Nash has never done anything like that before and it would’ve been a first for him and given Ren back something that was a first for him. To do something intimate without it is the ultimate sign of trust especially after they get into a relationship but then again what do I know?

  17. 4 out of 5

    Jacqueleen ♡

    This is the first full length book in the Sugar Land Saints series and let me tell you how happy that makes me. I enjoyed the first two novellas and was left wanting more of this world. Book 2 was way too short for how much I loved the two MCs. This book is about Shaw's little brother Rendon. He's starting at the same school as his big bro and as we know from book 2, he has caught the attention of shaw's teammate Nash. This book runs concurrently with book 2. We get to be on he other side of the This is the first full length book in the Sugar Land Saints series and let me tell you how happy that makes me. I enjoyed the first two novellas and was left wanting more of this world. Book 2 was way too short for how much I loved the two MCs. This book is about Shaw's little brother Rendon. He's starting at the same school as his big bro and as we know from book 2, he has caught the attention of shaw's teammate Nash. This book runs concurrently with book 2. We get to be on he other side of the phone call Shaw makes to Nash when he and Bishop have their big fight and he needs a workout partner. We already know Shaw heard his brothers voice in the background, we just were not aware of Nash's thoughts when Shaw confronts him at the gym. It was kinda fun being on the flip. Everyone, including Shaw, thinks Nash is just a playboy and could never be serious about Rendon. This could not be further from the truth and it something I genuinely enjoyed about this book. I wasn’t afraid of my feelings. I was afraid he wouldn’t return them. It's the playboy who is insecure about his feelings and more worried the nerd ( Rendon) isn't as into him. Rendon actually calls most of the shots in their budding "relationship" while Nash is left taking what he can get. Rendon's been warned to guard his heart, Nash not so much. I liked how this was the opposite of how it usually goes. Rendon had more backbone and never acted like a doormat. I'm hoping this author continues this series. I'm also hoping quarterback Memphis and a certain eyeliner wearing roommate of Rendons are next.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Amy Dufera - Amy's MM Romance Reviews

    4.5 Stars Baylin Crow's Sugar Land Saints series is a riveting sports romance series. The third book, Recovered Fumble is a great addition to the series. College. All I need to read is those two words to get me interested in a book. Luckily for me, this entire series is wonderful and Recovered Fumble happens to be a brother's best friend romance. Awww, my favorite trope! When Nash meets Shaw's younger brother, Rendon, the sparks fly. Damn, The reader is treated to a fun and flirty relationship, as 4.5 Stars Baylin Crow's Sugar Land Saints series is a riveting sports romance series. The third book, Recovered Fumble is a great addition to the series. College. All I need to read is those two words to get me interested in a book. Luckily for me, this entire series is wonderful and Recovered Fumble happens to be a brother's best friend romance. Awww, my favorite trope! When Nash meets Shaw's younger brother, Rendon, the sparks fly. Damn, The reader is treated to a fun and flirty relationship, as the two navigate their way through their feelings, as well as dealing with Shaw's anger about them getting together. I love Nash and Rendon together. They are adorable together and are clearly in sync. Rendon's a virgin, totally inexperienced with boys. This not only makes for some great first times, but also for some fantastic hesitation and doubts. And holy hotness! These books have a great group of friends, making everything even more interesting. Now the third book in the series, we already know some of these men well, including Nash who was introduced prior to this book. Definitely check out Quarterback Sneak and Broken Play. If you enjoy sports romances, you need to read Recovered Fumble. This Baylin Crowe story is fun and sexy, leaving the reader happy throughout.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Megan

    This addition to the series was longer than the previous two because there wasn't a long-running history that was implied enough to give context and depth to the relationship. I enjoyed that the story began with their first meeting, which we saw peripherally in Quarterback Sneak, and then caught another glimpse of impending drama at the end of Broken Play. From there we got their whole story, sordid and steamy details and drama and angst and immaturity and all. Both Nash and Rendon were intrigui This addition to the series was longer than the previous two because there wasn't a long-running history that was implied enough to give context and depth to the relationship. I enjoyed that the story began with their first meeting, which we saw peripherally in Quarterback Sneak, and then caught another glimpse of impending drama at the end of Broken Play. From there we got their whole story, sordid and steamy details and drama and angst and immaturity and all. Both Nash and Rendon were intriguing in their own ways and while Nash was my favorite, Rendon was not without his charms. Their relationship progressed as expected, with a lot of denials, jealousy, setbacks, and second-guessing, but the thing that remained the stable driving force was Nash's heart. He was committed to having Rendon and then to keeping him. It didn't go easily and no amount of cocky charm could influence the fallout of his past, but he opened up and it was his complete honesty and laying bare his heart that made everything right. There are additional characters in this story that caught my attention without stealing the show, mostly, so I'd be super happy if the series continues with them. Until then, I'm glad the stories are improving and deepening both with the characters themselves and their own journey to finding their best partner. This is the best story of the series yet.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Devoted❤️Reader

    The game of love I love this series and while Shaw and Bishop are my guys Rendon and Nash come close. I’m a sucker for a smart guy and Rendon is one sexy nerd. He knows what he wants, isn't afraid to go after it and best of all, isn't afraid to stand up for himself; however, he can also be his own worst enemy. I agree that brothers can be annoying but at least it comes from a place of love. Nash, though, I thought I knew what to expect but he surprised me. Yes, he can be cocky, because, hey he's The game of love I love this series and while Shaw and Bishop are my guys Rendon and Nash come close. I’m a sucker for a smart guy and Rendon is one sexy nerd. He knows what he wants, isn't afraid to go after it and best of all, isn't afraid to stand up for himself; however, he can also be his own worst enemy. I agree that brothers can be annoying but at least it comes from a place of love. Nash, though, I thought I knew what to expect but he surprised me. Yes, he can be cocky, because, hey he's Nash, but he's also so much more than what he outwardly projects. "I've craved you since the first time I saw you and have never wanted someone this much." These two have crazy, intense chemistry. I love Nash's dirty talk, and when they're around each other, I'm surprised everything doesn't catch fire. They're both possessive, which I am a fan of, but I especially loved how Nash encouraged and believed in Ren. And I loved watching Ren grow into himself. They are exactly what the other needs and has been waiting for. I really hope Memphis and Tristan get stories someday.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Mandy Jones

    Almost there Was this book everything I hoped for? Not really. But it was a good book and I'm happy I read it. What to expect from this book Trope: m/m Character development: good. I got to know both characters as well as past and possible future ones too. (Side note, there is someone that is supposed to be a "villain" I guess but i I'm not so secretly hoping he gets a book to redeem himself). Heat factor: pretty high there are a lot of hot scenes but the anticipation/foreplay could have been prolon Almost there Was this book everything I hoped for? Not really. But it was a good book and I'm happy I read it. What to expect from this book Trope: m/m Character development: good. I got to know both characters as well as past and possible future ones too. (Side note, there is someone that is supposed to be a "villain" I guess but i I'm not so secretly hoping he gets a book to redeem himself). Heat factor: pretty high there are a lot of hot scenes but the anticipation/foreplay could have been prolonged since this was about a virgin. Depends on what you like, but either way it didn't disappoint. Lead up to next books: high we were introduced to new characters (mainly good guys but one bad boy I'd love to read about) that could and should have their own books. I liked this story and hope it's not the end of the Sugar Land world, but it's been a while since this was released and I haven't seen anything about more yet. I will keep my eye on this author for future books.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Faye K

    ♥️🔥♥️ This is a great book and series from the author. I loved Ren and Nash from start to finish in this. A gorgeous book to read. Just a few thoughts while I reading this great book, ohoh Shaw got his big brother panties on and in protective mode at against Nash, I loved this scene. There's a definite pull for Nash and Rendon..,,would be a definitely be understatement I mean if there's was a match nearby they'd definitely wouldn't have problems lighting it. Nash has no idea how to work a relati ♥️🔥♥️ This is a great book and series from the author. I loved Ren and Nash from start to finish in this. A gorgeous book to read. Just a few thoughts while I reading this great book, ohoh Shaw got his big brother panties on and in protective mode at against Nash, I loved this scene. There's a definite pull for Nash and Rendon..,,would be a definitely be understatement I mean if there's was a match nearby they'd definitely wouldn't have problems lighting it. Nash has no idea how to work a relationship as he's used to hookups. A great story to feel their chemistry I couldn't put it down. Ren's friendship with Tristan is gorgeous the way they banter around and get on so well. Told with both POVs. includes virgin, hot chemistry, funny banter, persistence, and a lot more. Rendon 18 was about to start collage where his brother, Shaw played for the Saints team.. A party to celebrate a win and Nash meets Ren. 🔥

  23. 4 out of 5

    Lilly

    Nash and Rendon...cute together but oh the angst. So much back and forth. In spite of Rendon’s indecisiveness, it was actually refreshing to read NA that while it was first love, felt like it was a HEA as opposed to HFN. The story was set on the difficulties a new couple would endure given past baggage. I felt it was rather well done despite my dislike for angst. I liked that both Nash and Rendon we’re exploring the relationship landscape together. The big brother (Shaw) butting in was rather cu Nash and Rendon...cute together but oh the angst. So much back and forth. In spite of Rendon’s indecisiveness, it was actually refreshing to read NA that while it was first love, felt like it was a HEA as opposed to HFN. The story was set on the difficulties a new couple would endure given past baggage. I felt it was rather well done despite my dislike for angst. I liked that both Nash and Rendon we’re exploring the relationship landscape together. The big brother (Shaw) butting in was rather cute, and the way it was handled made the sibling relationship believable. Tristan was a fantastic side character and I hope his story is told at some point. There was excellent depiction of family dealing with chronic illness, and while heavy, it fit. It also helped flesh out a character that could have been lacking depth otherwise. A good add on to the series. Voluntary ARC review.

  24. 4 out of 5

    P Leslie

    *I voluntarily read this book. All opinions stated are solely my own and no else's* Ren went from being shy/unsure to being sassy/mouthy. He didn’t make it easy for Nash, he made him work for it and it was fun watching Nash chasing him around. Their chemistry was electric, intoxicating and intense. These two were so damn hot and Nash’s dirty mouth was sexy. Ren took a lot of things to heart and didn’t communicate with Nash which led to some drama. This part went on longer than it should have. It *I voluntarily read this book. All opinions stated are solely my own and no else's* Ren went from being shy/unsure to being sassy/mouthy. He didn’t make it easy for Nash, he made him work for it and it was fun watching Nash chasing him around. Their chemistry was electric, intoxicating and intense. These two were so damn hot and Nash’s dirty mouth was sexy. Ren took a lot of things to heart and didn’t communicate with Nash which led to some drama. This part went on longer than it should have. It felt like Nash was always trying to prove his worth or protect Ren but Ren didn’t give him the same in return. I’ve enjoyed the other books in the series and this one was no exception.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Tara Ramey

    Can be read as a standalone. Good book. Written in dual first person POV. Good amount of M/M sexy scenes and a little humor. No real angst. No tissues needed. I read the previous two books but it’s been awhile so I didn’t remember much about them and I didn’t have any trouble reading this book so this book can be read as a standalone. There were some typos/editing issues. No real surprises with regards to the plot. Side note to the author - please don’t hook up Memphis and Tristan as an end game Can be read as a standalone. Good book. Written in dual first person POV. Good amount of M/M sexy scenes and a little humor. No real angst. No tissues needed. I read the previous two books but it’s been awhile so I didn’t remember much about them and I didn’t have any trouble reading this book so this book can be read as a standalone. There were some typos/editing issues. No real surprises with regards to the plot. Side note to the author - please don’t hook up Memphis and Tristan as an end game. Tristan was fine as a minor character but I don’t think that I would want to read a whole book about him.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Belinda Zamora

    Nash is a big man on campus. Everyone wants him and he knows it. So when he sets eyes on sweet, innocent Rendon and is summarily turned down, he just can't believe it. Of course now he wants what he can't/shouldn't have. He may have just met his match. Rendon has been warned off about Nash because he's a player who'll only break his heart, but he can't resist. The chemistry between these two guys was sizzling. I was really surprised by how fiercely protective Nash becomes of Rendon and how he encourag Nash is a big man on campus. Everyone wants him and he knows it. So when he sets eyes on sweet, innocent Rendon and is summarily turned down, he just can't believe it. Of course now he wants what he can't/shouldn't have. He may have just met his match. Rendon has been warned off about Nash because he's a player who'll only break his heart, but he can't resist. The chemistry between these two guys was sizzling. I was really surprised by how fiercely protective Nash becomes of Rendon and how he encouraged him to come out of his shell.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Kitt

    I have really enjoyed this series, and this book did not disappoint. There are some very strong characters, I liked the way Nash had to fight against his player reputation and prove himself to win Ren over. To me, that was how it should be. I wanted to see Ren stand up for himself and the respect he deserved. I hated the way external opinions affected the characters' actions, but it was realistic. You see it in sports news every day how players' actions are tracked and analyzed, and how it affec I have really enjoyed this series, and this book did not disappoint. There are some very strong characters, I liked the way Nash had to fight against his player reputation and prove himself to win Ren over. To me, that was how it should be. I wanted to see Ren stand up for himself and the respect he deserved. I hated the way external opinions affected the characters' actions, but it was realistic. You see it in sports news every day how players' actions are tracked and analyzed, and how it affects their opportunities. I received an ARC and am voluntarily leaving this honest review.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Annie Elm

    Another football player down Nash and Ren are great together and how Nash goes from being the one and done football player to falling head over heels for Ren is an entertaining read. It's also a plus that we get to see more if Shaw and Bishop again with Ren being Shaws little brother. I love the balance between sweet and hot, funny and emotional and the opposite of Nash being the big, jock player and Ren the slim, cute virgin. Rents friend and roommate Tristan is really interesting and I hope he Another football player down Nash and Ren are great together and how Nash goes from being the one and done football player to falling head over heels for Ren is an entertaining read. It's also a plus that we get to see more if Shaw and Bishop again with Ren being Shaws little brother. I love the balance between sweet and hot, funny and emotional and the opposite of Nash being the big, jock player and Ren the slim, cute virgin. Rents friend and roommate Tristan is really interesting and I hope he gets his own book.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Ana Nimity

    Love those hot Texas boys! Several great tropes layered together in a steamy and sweet story of exploration and coming of age. It's not necessary to read the first two books in the series, but you should, because they are just as good. Baylin Crow addresses some serious issues like bullying and gossip, but she doesn't let the issues take over the story and overshadow the romance. Highly recommend! *I received an arc of this book.* Love those hot Texas boys! Several great tropes layered together in a steamy and sweet story of exploration and coming of age. It's not necessary to read the first two books in the series, but you should, because they are just as good. Baylin Crow addresses some serious issues like bullying and gossip, but she doesn't let the issues take over the story and overshadow the romance. Highly recommend! *I received an arc of this book.*

  30. 4 out of 5

    R M

    Romantic college romance! I have to say, I loved Nash...he was kind of perfect. Rendon did come across boring at first and he did create his own misery a bit....but he was written so real...an inexperienced previously bullied 18 year old college freshman. I mean there had to be some drama. Gratefully, any drama was short lived. Nash took the lead with communication and was so good to Rendon. Read this in one sitting. Sweet, sexy, and some great banter.

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