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Dcats As the rest of the team around him focuses on having a good time and building friendships Jagger worries only about using his talent to help him escape the life that was dealt to him Everything is going smoothly until somebody from his past makes a reappearance and with just the mention of a name Jagger finds. I m not one to notice grammarspelling mistakes in books But darn there was so much of it in this one I don t know how anyone can not noticeTh

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Jagger Jameson could be the poster child for a nasty childhood campaign but he refused to allow it to dictate his future At an early age he learned to shut down all of his emotions and focus solely on survival As it turned out survival came in the form of a basketball scholarship with the University of Kentucky Wil. Re read september 2016 to get in the right mind frame for TouchdownTS McKinney has a very specific writing style and I m pretty sure it s not for

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Himself struggling to maintain his cool facadeColton Montgomery’s wealth allowed him the opportunity to have just about anything in the world he could desireexcept the only thing he’d ever really wanted – Jagger Jameson When the opportunity to try and tame a Wildcat comes his way Colton welcomes the challeng. I had really high expectations for this book after reading the blurb and seeing the reviews Unfortunately I have to say I was disappointed It sta


10 thoughts on “Overtime

  1. says:

    I promised myself I wouldn't get ranty but WHOA BAD WRITING BATMAN Nope I just can't let this one go Let's talk about the editing or lack thereo

  2. says:

    Re read september 2016 to get in the right mind frame for TouchdownTS McKinney has a very specific writing style and I'm pretty sure it's not for everyone but I love it She creates these Alpha dudes with just enough possessive ness and humor that you cannot help but loveThere are a few issues with tense but it did not take away from the story for meSo Jagger has had an ABYSMAL childhood his mother left him with his abusive douche of a fat

  3. says:

    DNF 70%Uhmwhere to begin with this one Wellfirst of allwhen I read the blurbI expected NA romance between two boys who come from different worlds and I expected feels lots of itand what I got didn't manage to evoke an ounce of emotion in meThe

  4. says:

    OMG I am crushing so hard over this book TS Mckinney knocked this out of the park or appropriately slam dunked it I love everything t

  5. says:

    I'm writing a review for GayGuyReading and Friends I'll add a link when it's available2 sad little stars I received a free copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review

  6. says:

    I’m not one to notice grammarspelling mistakes in books But darn there was so much of it in this one I don’t know how anyone can not noticeThe was often They Rory suddenly was Colton twice Some sentences made no sense at all And we got 3rd person POV from Jagger for the first 4 chapters and then all of a sudden we get Colton’s in chapter 5 I didn’t mind getting insight in Colton but it went right back to Jagger

  7. says:

    I had really high expectations for this book after reading the blurb and seeing the reviews Unfortunately I have to say I was disappointed It started off really good Jagger remembering his childhood almost had me in tears

  8. says:

    All things put aside I did re read this book Re read my favorite parts I just loved Colton so much So I have to give this book some credit I'm upping the rating originally 4 stars35 starsMy goodness the drama It feels like I was watching a telenovela But I liked it It certainly works with me Although I do have few nigglesview spoilerWhat I disliked Annoying POV's changing Name mistakes Totally thrown me out of the book I have to re read it

  9. says:

    425 Free Throw StarsOh Yeah Baby This is one is happy dance worthy It only has one flaw which I will be happy to point out later Jagger is a star basketball player at one of the elite basketball programs in America Yes you guessed it The Kentuc

  10. says:

    35 starsThere was something I loved about this book that I can't uite put my finger on to be frank there were some random things that would normally make me a little crazy the dramatic over the top dialogue the constant use of girlchick to characterize crying or emotion this one I'm holding a grudge on tbh For a fm writer I am surprised at