[PDF/EPUB] Last Man Standing Southern Scrimmage #5 author Mercy Celeste

Mercy Celeste Û 4 review

A set of rigid fraternization rules work seek to slow his roll A chance hook up before camp leads to a showdown with the very young very attractive starting uarterback Starting uarterback for the disgraced New Orleans team Raphael Acosta has his work cut out for him His team doesn’t respect him his coaches barely know his. 45 StarsReally enjoyed this but I wish there had been less sex and relationship building

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Last Man Standing Southern Scrimmage #5

There’s no dating in football After living his entire football career in Levi Brody’s shadow Damien Sullivan is set to take the NFL by storm Angry at the world he lands in New Orleans with a chip on his shoulder and a need for some action He wants nothing than to experience life to the hilt but a controlling parent and. 45 stars from me Really liked this one and the two protagonists Damien Sully Sullivan or Demon as he was nicknamed and Rafael Acosta also known as Angel The Aha moment for me came at 2% in when I had a Eureka moment and knew without any shadow of a doubt who Sully s father was and if you ve paid attention in the other stories you ll recognise the signs tooHave to say Raf s dad well known ex baseball star LA Acosta was a complete arse and deserves to be banished from his son s life but the same cannot be said for one of Sully s mums Sheila to be precise who although she kept interfering in Sully s life did everything out of love and not malice The two young uarterbacks were definitely in love and having to put up with some nasty stuff from their teammates because of it but we ve been there before folks haven t weDid the amazing Levi make an appearance No is the straight answer to that uestion but practically everyone else didDylan Bo Jude Slayer and even Tracy and the little cameo at the end with the house for sale and a certain ARC to be read was uite touchingSooo looking forward to Blindsided the last in the series

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Name and now there’s this hot shot kid lauded as the second coming of the great Levi Brody The last thing Raf needs is an insufferable rival for his position The problem is he can’t seem to keep his hands off the man in private When new rules and old prejudices converge only one could be the Last Man Standing 58000 wor. Holy moly This one is smoking hot I borrowed my copy but may have to buy it because it s definitely on my must reread list already And I think my Kindle exploded during that shower scene Best kinky scene ever The Angel meets the Devil on the playing field in New Orleans when Raphael Acosta the uarterback who got Levi Brody s spot on the team meets newly drafted uarterback Damien Sullivan And surprise surprise Demon is the guy Angel just had anonymous sex with earlier that week Instead of being protagonists however the author gives us a love story one with plenty of angst and opposition including what appear to be insurmountable obstacles Both characters are endearing and memorable and I found myself rooting for the unlikely duo to overcome their odds for their HEA There were visits from Tracy and Jude and uite interesting revelations about Sully s background mothers and family of origin Nothing definite from Levi though I guess I have to wait for the next book Speaking of which it appears that it will be named Blindsided but it s not in the list of books in the series on the Goodreads page Very confusing But whatever it is I ll be first in line Thank you to my friend Alison who loaned this one to me I have sticky fingers and don t want to give it back Good thing is going to make me do it LOL Seriously if you follow the series get this immediately If you don t why not Get started with Six Ways from Sunday right now


10 thoughts on “Last Man Standing Southern Scrimmage #5

  1. says:

    25 starsI'm sorry I didn't like this at all I liked the beginning but the rest was not good In true Mercy Celeste fashion there is family drama and fucked uptwisted family relationships that resemble a soap opera but I knew that going in This is NOT why I didn't like the bookThe writingI just couldn't The dialogue is weird the editing bad and the word fucking was repeated 500 times throughout the book I'm not exaggerating I countedAs for

  2. says:

    Review originally posted at Sinfully Last Man Standing focuses on Raphael “Angel” Acosta the backup B who stepped in after Levi was injur

  3. says:

    45 stars from me Really liked this one and the two protagonists Damien 'Sully' Sullivan or Demon as he was nicknamed and Rafael Acosta also known as Angel The 'Aha' moment for me came at 2% in when I had a Eureka moment and knew without any shadow of a doubt who Sully's father was and if you've paid attention

  4. says:

    45 StarsReally enjoyed this but I wish there had been less sex and relationship building

  5. says:

    In the beginning the sex between AngelRaphael and SullyDemon was hot because it was stranger sex first and angry sex second There's a lot of sex in this book including watersports aka golden showers and not much plot When th

  6. says:

    sigh I'm not really sure what to think First and foremost the errors were irritating To too and two are different words folks As for

  7. says:

    Holy moly This one is smoking hot I borrowed my copy but may have to buy it because it's definitely on my must reread list already

  8. says:

    I am being really generous with 3 starsThis book was so poorly written It was not thought out at all It was just thrown together with no heart whatsoeverThis is a series that revolved around football and was the only one t

  9. says:

    Not my personal favorite of the series so far I really found that I couldn't warm to either of the MC's I am not sure of the timeline of the book but they seem to go from uickie in a Sears store to talking marriag

  10. says:

    I wish there had been something to like about Raf and Sully before the last few chapters Their unpleasant personalities made for a long read that I came close to giving up on once or twice

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