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Interference by [Madison, Dakota, Bryson, Karen M.]
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About the Author

USA TODAY Bestselling Author Karen Mueller Bryson writes romance novels under four pen names: Dakota Madison, Savannah Young, Sierra Avalon and Ren Monterrey. She lives in a small town outside of Phoenix, AZ with her husband and their bloodhounds.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1728 KB
  • Print Length: 217 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Short on Time Books (8 Feb. 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00STMCY00
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 6 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #284,146 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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By Reader TOP 50 REVIEWER on 14 April 2015
Format: Kindle Edition
Sedona is nineteen years old and a college senior, she's a very clever girl, she's also a bit nerdy having been raised by her mother in a collective. She shares an apartment with her best friend Lewis. When Sedona has an accident injuring herself she loses her job at the college library. Then Lewis jokingly suggests she should ask to tutor an athlete. Sedona needs money to pay her way so that's exactly what she does. Jesse is a big star on the basketball team and is the guy she's assigned to help. What Sedona doesn't realise is that Jesse has a secret, and it's a biggie!
While I liked this story it's a little sweeter on the romance side of things than I usually read. The reason for my three stars is that it's underdeveloped, the relationship, the plot the whole story feels rushed. Once Jesse's secret comes to light it's dealt with in a very superficial way. There were other issues in this that were glossed over as well. As to the characters they were easy to relate to even though it had that insta love going on, well at least on Jesse's part. Sedona was a little bit wishy washy, she never quite seemed to fully commit IMO. Jesse was a sweet guy, he's a little more vulnerable than the alpha leading men that I'm used to reading about, but I did like him. This was a enjoyable read I just wished it had been fleshed out more.
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I have read quite a few of Dakota Madison's books and have always enjoyed her stories.
Interference is another sports romance book, but this time the story is focused on basketball.
Jesse is a hot basketball player. He's at college and he's adored and loved by everyone because of his talent and charm, but that's just the Jesse that he wants the world to see. The "real" Jesse is a very nice, loyal, loving, patient, sweet man whose incredible vulnerable. I liked his character instantly. You could see the cocky man whore player that he was pretending to be very clearly, but you could also see underneath all his act the sweet man. I wanted to learn more about the " real" Jesse as he was the character I could relate to, sympathise and understand. I didn't like the "fake" Jesse that he forced himself to be for the players on the team and I didn't understand why he couldn't be his real self and still be liked and part of the team?!
Jesse has a very promising future in basketball, but he's failing in school and is holding a huge secret that could end his career and makes him out up his barriers of the cocky basketball player to cope.
Sedona is the complete opposite of Jesse. She's not into sports. She wants to focus on school and is considered to be "nerdy". She's considered boring and is happy with that title, but she is very strong. She doesn't care if she's "labelled", Sedona is who she is and is happy within herself.
Sedona ends up having to tutor Jesse after she gets injured and needs money desperately. They both manage to turn each other's worlds up side down.
There relationship isn't a typical relationship and defiantly doesn't start out right. Jesse and Sedona clash immediately.
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Sedona loses her job after an accident means she can't shelve books. Landing a tutoring gig seems an easy option. But Jesse has worked his way through 2 tutors in as many weeks. He's a basketball player, and thats all he wants to do. But He needs to pass The History of Jazz to stay playing. Sedona discovers a sercet that could cost him his career, or could cost her his love.

When I'm sent a book to read, the first thing I do, is toodle off to Gooreads and/or Amazon to read the blurb, and a few reveiws. This book has a lot of four and five star reviews, so I thought, yeah, gonna be good.

Its not bad, by any means but not really awesome. Its a NICE book. A nice story, with nice characters, with a nic flow and a nice ending. It just wasn't the five star read I was expecting.

The blurb says a "spicy sports romance". It has sports, and it has romance, but I didn't get so much of the spice. It has HEAT, yes, but not so much of the spice. Its also a single person POV, and ya'll know how I feel about those!

I DID like the twist to the "hot sports star having lots of women" theme. AND I did get Jesse's secret very early on, but I liked that. I liked that I could see it all unravelleing under his nose. I LOVED the Sedona's mum and the coach twist! Loved that, did NOT see that coming.

All in all, a nice easy read, nothing too complicated or dramatic, a hand over cure, if a little longer than the usual ones. Its billed as 216 pages on Amazon, but it didn't feel that long, to me, anyway.

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