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The End Game by [McCarthy, Kate]
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4.8 out of 5 stars 31 customer reviews

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 4733 KB
  • Print Length: 405 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0987526197
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B014IDFDQU
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars 31 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #52,372 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Kate McCarthy has done it again, bought us another fabulous story, as if the prologue wasn't enough of a tease, we had to suffer until the bitter end.
Jordan left Sydney for Texas she had no problems settling in, she was welcomed by her new friends and you could tell she was going to get on with every one even this early on there was plenty of banter.
Before Brody came on the scene there is Jax, you find yourself trying to piece things together, who plays soccer who doesn't etc and what will become of Jax in all of this because Brody has already seen Jordan but Jax kind of got there first.
Brody soon claimed Jordan as his girl but it didn't come without an altercation with Jax I thought it was going to cause some long term problems between them but It didn't thank goodness because Jax not is Brody's cousin but very valuable friend in deed.
This story ties you up in knots Jordan and Brody have some great moments together but unfortunately you can see it all going wrong before your very eyes and it does more than once and you can't do a thing about it.
Brody has issues with his parents and the way he is treated by them, this causes a knock on effect with his life, it is extremely sad but he has got some people that look out for him but it's still not enough.
Brody ends up hitting Rock bottom and almost loosing his life and everything in between but Jordan stood by him, wanted to be there for him but he pushed her away because of her career so she's now back in Oz and almost where the prologue ended.
We know that Brody is spending his time getting himself well and his life back on track ready to go get his girl.!
We had a beautiful ending to Jordan and Brody's story they went through so much they waited for each other and got there in the end.
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I love finding new authors and I can't wait to devour this ones other novels as I adored The End Game.
Brody and Jordan were fabulous characters. I loved their determination with regards to their perspective sports. Their road was anything but easy and I found myself unable to put the book down.
The author is unrushed in her story telling and I loved that. It isn't- they meet, fall, fight, get back together, end. There is so much to this one, but not in an overload way, simply in a creating a world and full three dimensional characters way.
Throughly enjoyable!
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What can I say about this book ? It's left me in an emotional mess . I've experienced so many highs and so many lows I feel wrecked. Saying I loved this book doesn't seem in any way enough, I felt as if I lived this book what happened to Brody and Jordan affected me as well. There were times during the book I wanted to scream at Brody decision making but this book gives a realistic insight into the pressures faced by professional athletes to be the best. There are many twists and turns, funny scenes that make you laugh out loud, sexy scenes that get you hot under the collar and scene that shocked me to my core making it one of my favourite reads this year !
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By Viv on 14 Sept. 2015
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Amazing story, so well written. Absolutely nothing cliche about this story. Parts are so heartbreakingly sad and the story has such realism that. You just keep hoping that Jordan and Brody will make it.
Worth every penny and definitely recommend you1 click now. I was hooked from the start
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The End Game by Kate McCarthy
4 stars!!

“Home’s not a place where you live. It’s a feeling.”

I thoroughly enjoyed this one; it was not at all what I was expecting from a “Sports Romance.” This was a sports romance with a twist, it was great that the heroine was also a sports star too, with this book we have a successful woman as well as a successful man and it brought a whole new dynamic to this trope in sports romance books.

Kate McCarthy painstakingly draws you into the lives of Brody and Jordan and what I loved was that this wasn’t so much about the glamour, fame and fortune that success on the football pitch brings but this centred around the pressures to succeed and also how far you would go to match up to those expectations afforded to you by family, peers and fans.

“Out there on the field, the game is everything. It builds you up, breaks you down, and it bleeds you dry. But I effing love it. It’s the only place I’m free.”

Brody Madden was the typical high school jock, except he wasn’t. He gave off those vibes in all the right places but really the reputation had no resemblance to the man himself. He was the man that all women wanted to be seen with and who all men wanted to emulate but if they really knew the real Brody Madden...would they want to be him?

“...so I lie there quietly and close my eyes, and I think about how nice it would be some days to just not wake up at all.”

Brody has the most unsupportive family...ever!! They wanted him to follow in the family footsteps, his father was a politician and his mum a society wife but it was apparent from a young age that was not going to happen.
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