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Andie Foster is an up and coming rookie Olympian for the US Soccer team. This is her first Olympic games, which she has worked her whole life towards, helping her team win the Olympic Gold medal and achieving her dreams. She is dedicated and passionate about her sport and her team.
Frederick (Freddie) Archibald is the gorgeous British elite Olympic swimmer, who turns heads at every turn and has a huge following. This is not his first Olympic games, but he is back to beat all of his previous records and take home the gold medals again. He is also practically royalty in England and has had his life planned out for him when he returns back to England after the Games.
Andie and Freddie first meet at a Rubik's Cube party (genius!!!) in the lead up to the games and there is instant chemistry. Freddie meets Andie and realises she is like no other girl he has met before. From there they develop an easy friendship, which blossoms with so much fun, laughs but also a massive amount of chemistry and heat!
But there are some massive obstacles to overcome along the way with plenty of drama and angst that keeps the story flowing with such ease, making you want to keep turning the pages!Read more ›
I laughed , teared up and actually screamed out loud at the whole epilogue epilogue just as I did for scoring wilder.
R.S.Grey is so increasingly gifted you must must read this book it would be sin not too.
I'm not normally a fan of romance stories that are set around sport but this book is a complete exception.
From the very first page I was hooked, it's very funny and fast paced so never a dull moment and it kept me wanting to read on, I devoured this book in no time because it's so good that I couldn't put it down.
Andie is an American ladies soccer player and Freddie is an all round English aristocrat, Olympic gold medal winning swimmer with a body of a God. You would never have put these two characters together in reality but OMG they make an exciting sexy read.
The story follows Andie and Freddie while competing during the Olympic games in Rio, they can't fight their attraction to each other but love doesn't go smoothly and comes at the expense of Andie as she is made out to be a home wrecker by the paparazzi all because Freddie's mother had announced that Freddie and his long time family friend Caroline were betrothed before he left England for the games which he stupidly never denied.
Caroline and Georgia Freddie's sister arrive in Rio and all hell breaks loose with a battle of wills between Andie and Caroline to see who gets her man.
If you like stories with lots of love laughter and some tears and turmoil and even a little heartbreak this book is for you because it has it all. I can't praise this book enough.
What she isn't banking on is the level of distraction afforded by decorated Olympic swimmer, Frederick Archibald. The heat between them is enough to power an Olympic sized sauna and I had no end of enjoyment watching these two steam up the village. Soccer maybe Andie's game of choice but it's Freddie who is man of the match. I absolutely adored him.
“Do you feel how fast your heart is racing? How badly you want me to lean in and drag my lips across your skin?
I immediately warmed to Andie, she's lively, outgoing and has great party ethic. As well as battling temptation, running interference with her two (initially overbearing) best friends, and keeping her mind focuses on the games, there's a conflict of Freddie's which creates another dynamic to the story.
Settling the Score is an entertainingly humorous read which summoned up the kind of energy I never could muster for sports. It quickly became my favourite R.S. Grey read to date. I'll be happily limbering up cheering from sidelines as I await the call up for, Out of Bounds.
Freddie Archibald is a British swimmer who has so much charm, muscles and did I mention he’s British! Swoon! He meets Andie and sparks fly, there is just this instant attraction but there are obstacles in their way. They become friends but then it is obvious that they would like to be more than just friends. I have so much love for their banter and the easy way that they bounce off of each other.
"I needed her more than I needed my next race. The water was soothing, but Andie lit me on fire."
They battle their attraction to each other because they can’t be together for a multitude of reasons which I can’t say otherwise it’d just spoil the book but each and every angsty moment comes with humour and swoony moments too. This book is full of steaminess, love and laughter. It is one of those books that I just adore and I’m so excited to read more from RS Grey, she’s just one of those authors I love!
Georgie is Freddie’s sister and she is so funny as well. Her way of getting things across had me in stitches at times. This is a great sports romance and full of love and hope. This sports book is addictive as well, I devoured this book in the space of a few hours!
I do thoroughly recommend this book!
Most recent customer reviews
Amazing - I loved this as much or even more than scoring wilder & a place in the sun. Love the characters and the stories... find them hard to put down. Read morePublished 5 months ago
Unfortunately I was bored. Becca & Liam's story - 5 star, this one - doesn't even make the cut.Published 11 months ago by Jenni
Well what can I say a very topical read of which I loved, really couldn't put down. The angst was so realistic, the characters were hot, loved up and blotchy in best way possible. Read morePublished 11 months ago by LOUISE SCOTT
Such a good book
Easy read and nothing to heavy.
Love Freddie! Such a good character and Georgie too!
There were moments when I wanted to slap both Andie and Freddie. And there were moments when my heart broke for them.Published 11 months ago by Amy Rose
Good read with lots of laughs. Well developed characters. Perfect to read by the pool or in the sofa with hot chocolatePublished 12 months ago by Amazon Customer
I couldn't put this book down. I loved all the characters in this book! We also have Kinsley from Scoring Wilder, which is a brilliant read too! Read morePublished 13 months ago by Stacey Timmons
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