Friday, March 15, 2019

Review: #Awestruck (#Lovestruck #3) by Sariah Wilson

#Awestruck by Sariah Wilson
(#Lovestruck #3)
by Sariah Wilson
January 8, 2019
288 pages

Goodreads     Indigo

Goodreads Summary:
A sweet all-American story of love and revenge.

Ambitious intern Ashton Bailey is about to get closer to her dream of being a sports announcer. All she has to do is prove that too-perfect-to-be-true NFL quarterback Evan Dawson isn’t quite as wholesome as his contract requires. It’s also the perfect opportunity to get delicious payback on the boy who broke her teenage heart. At least that’s her plan. But she forgot just how easy it is to crush on the irresistible charmer. #OhNoNotAgain.

Evan has a knack for getting through the opposing team’s defenses, and he won’t let this tall, redheaded knockout be the exception. He’s determined to make things right between them and earn back Ashton’s trust—and maybe her heart, too.

Then the press mistakenly announces their engagement, and Ashton and Evan find themselves going along with the lie. Now the whole world is watching as Ashton flirts with attraction and disaster. But while revenge is sweet, it just might come at the cost of something sweeter still.



Like its predecessors, #Awestruck is a clean and sweet romance. The story had loads of sporty fun and flirty tension while being not too dramatic or sexual.

Ashton Bailey has the right to be angry at Evan Dawson given what transpired between them in their teen years. However, I wasn't a fan of her constant doubts and hesitations. More often than not, her inner monologues annoyed me. Ashton was also a real comedian when it came to simultaneously ogling and hating on Evan. It was entertaining but I wish she'd been upfront with her actions and her feelings earlier on.

Evan was a dreamboat. Even though he did hurt Ashton when they were young, he fully explains and apologies to her. He is everything you'd want in a man- honest, caring, thoughtful, and strong. Sometimes I felt like Ashton didn't really deserve him cause I want him.

I very much enjoyed the scenes where Ashton's sisters were present. Nothing like sibling talks to set your perspective straight. The family dynamics was great between these gals and their parents. The love and enthusiasm the whole family shares for football was priceless.

For romance readers who like their romances on the warm and fuzzy side, I highly recommend Sariah Wilson. Her #Lovestruck series will have you falling head over feels for the sweet romances.

 3.5 Cats
*I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own and not affected in any way.

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