Blurb: Juked: verb.
A slang soccer term meaning: faked out, deceived, confused your opponent
See examples Daniel Zavaro and Quincy Watson:
As the rising star in Houston, Daniel has found fame as Captain of his Pro soccer team and the city’s most eligible bachelor. Daniel has everything – except someone special – and that suits him just fine. He doesn’t want, or need, complications.
Quincy has baggage, and lots of it. After a tragic accident spins her world on its axis, she finds herself as a single mother, raising a newborn nephew she never knew she had. Between parenthood, her full-time job, and dealing with the suffocating grief of losing her sister, every day is a struggle.
When they begin to cross paths unexpectedly and often, an unlikely friendship starts to evolve. Feelings change. Lines get crossed. What happens next surprises them both…
Before they know it– they’ve been Juked.
This was a cute, easy going romance. I didn’t really feel a whole lot of chemistry throughout in it. What I did feel was Daniel’s admirable work ethic and friendliness. He was sweet and kind. Not really my kind of guy TBH. I like them a bit more assertive. He didn’t seem to really care enough about Quincy. Or else I didn’t see enough for me to really think he cared. That’s the only thing that really affected the likability of this book.
Quincy was pretty relatable. She was logical and responsible; both qualities I’m a huge fan of. She does show the baby a bunch of love and you get to really see the struggle from inept mother evolve to expert which was one of the best things of this book IMO. Again, not a whole lot with regards to chemistry on her part either so the romance bit was a bit bland for my tastes.
The sports bit was nice. We see his team dynamic and how he interacts with his manager which was a nice added layer to his character.
I’d read another by this author.
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