ARC Review: Too Close To Call by Tessa Bailey
Too Close To Call
Romancing the Clarksons Series, Book 3.5
All-American wide receiver Kyler Tate’s life is about to change. A fairytale college career skyrocketed him to the NFL draft. Adoration and opportunity are thrown in his direction wherever he goes, thanks to being chosen in the first round by the Los Angeles Rage.
None of the accolades mean anything, though, without his high school sweetheart, Bree Sutton, by his side. Four years ago, she walked away from Kyler, choosing a quiet life over the flash and notoriety his career would someday bring.
Now he’s back in their Indiana hometown, refusing to leave for Los Angeles without her. Demanding she give their life together a shot. Her heart never stopped bleeding for the love of her life, but Bree’s decision was final. Too bad their wild attraction has only been amplified by their separation, and Kyler won’t quit until Bree is wearing his ring
4 Stars ✨
Second chance romances are a favorite, Bree and Kyler making this sexy, fun and feisty read as hot as a day at the beach. Kyler is so many good things wrapped in a beautiful package. He’s a genuine charmer, swoon worthy and so flippin sweet with a wickedly dirty mouth. Bree is sweet, dedicated and a very good woman. Pursuing her dream caused her to lose something she loved dearly, but never let it go from the heart. She’s quite the spunky woman. I enjoyed reading her.
Tessa Bailey has once again rocked my reading would and blown my mind with Too Close To Call. Kyler and Bree are a fun and flirty couple that make you smile constantly. I loved the banter between the two. Their connection hasn’t skipped a beat. Ms. Bailey gives the readers a sweet and heartfelt romance with passion so hot a cool down is required after reading. Too Close To Call is the perfect read to heat up you steamy beach day.
A copy of this title was provided for a voluntary review.
Posted on June 19, 2017, in Uncategorized and tagged 1001 Dark Nights, Evil Eye Concepts, Romancing The Clarksons series, Tessa Bailey. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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