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Anywho, considering this is a Sports Romance there’s actually only one proper game the whole way through, even if there are mentions to others. For me this was good, even if I am a massive hockey fan – ice or field – because it didn’t disrupt the story. Save My Heart centres around Skylar and Scott, high school sweethearts. The storyline could’ve gone a very predictable route, you know blah blah blah, but it was actually sweetly refreshing. The story wasn’t so far-fetched and out this world that it was difficult to keep up with it and the characters were compelling and endearing. Even Scott, who starts of as a bit of dick, is utterly lovable. I know that dirty talk is the norm, but let me tell you that Scott Rivers made me blush. This guy had me swooning one minute, drooling the other and then picking my tongue off the floor the next. His words are enough to make you orgasm. And, yes, I’m giggling and blushing as I’m writing this. Maybe salivating… a little… a lot… because that’s not the only good thing he does with his mouth!
One of the things I loved the most about Save My Heart is that there isn’t a big sob story, the type that has you feeling sorry for one of the characters because life has been a bitch. Okay, so Skylar’s had it rough… but that is never a big issue that needs to be addressed in a grand climax. Refreshing really seeing as a lot of stories in this genre use that as a way to get the reader to empathise with a certain character. In all honesty, James’ characters didn’t need this in one bit – it could’ve possibly detracted from the love story. I still can’t believe how emotional this book got me. I’m still all gutted and trying to pull myself together because I became so attached to the characters.
I’m just so happy that I got my hands on this gorgeous story. It had the right amount of heat, sensuality, sass and drama. The humour and banter were on point and really lifted the story to keep it light and bright. I’m already itching to get my mitts on the novella due in May. I really want to see what happens not just with Skylar and Scott but with Cage and Cassie, and Derek and Laney. This series is just exceptionally brilliant. I can’t get enough of it and I now want to re-read Jersey Girl… and that is exactly what i’m going to do. Start it all over again!
I wanted Sky to play harder to get. I wanted Scott to be more single minded in his pursuit to get her back and by that I mean he was a bit too wishy washy. Both of them drove me a bit mad with the back and forth. The ending was lovely and I really liked the supporting characters - in fact, even though this book didn't live up to my expectations, I am going to read the other two in the series. These are standalones in a series but maybe I should have read them first.
Ultimately, I just didn't warm up to Skylar and Scott as much as I thought I would. I still felt at the end that she was better suited to her roommate / best friend Asher and I liked him way more than Scott.
Some have expressed anger and upset about how Scott treated and spoke to Sky at the start of the book but I feel he is being misunderstood and I actually felt sorry for the guy as he made a mistake and Sky ran away (just like she does when they're reunited) before he had chance to correct what he'd done, which I firmly believe he would've tried to do. I don't think he planned to do or say what he did but immaturity combined with comments from his friends and not knowing how to deal with his feelings for Sky resulted in him 'opening his mouth before engaging brain'.
In this case, I'm Team Captain America rather than Team Sky like so many others. I actually found Sky frustrating and hated the games she played because of her own insecurities. I know her childhood etc wasn't great but she seemed unable to see her own faults and instead focused on the faults of others.
This book is well worth a read but I recommend reading the series in order to better understand the characters and superhero theme
Man, the prologue gutted me, absolutely gutted me......I was in tears......not the first time Ms James has done that in the first few pages of a book (Alaska or Bust!).......I felt every crushing emotion that Skylar felt. This author has the ability to wring every single emotion out of you during the course of a book.......but she did it in the prologue!! A record!!
In my eyes he redeemed himself and more......but I will let you make your own mind up when you one click it! Things are not always as they seem and some people will always try to please others, to the detriment of themselves and those they care about......that's a lesson we could all take from..............and that scene in the field near the end?!.....I didn't think I had any more tears left!
This author totally sucks you in, I didn't want to put it down.....I just wanted to stay wrapped in the love and warmth of her words........such a beautiful second chance love story.
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Save My Heart (Sticks & Hearts Book 3) by Rhonda James
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THIS AUTHOR CAN DO NO WRONG FOR ME.