BOOK REVIEW: Coach by Alexa Riley

Book Review!

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Title: Coach
Author: Alexa Riley
Publication: September 9th 2015
Pages: 117
Synopsis:

Retiring from the NFL was the right decision, and at thirty years old, I’ve done things most people could only dream of. After all I’ve accomplished, coaching high school football should be easy…but when you’ve got a distraction in the form of a nerdy girl with curves, things can get complicated.

She’s a student, she’s barely legal, and she’s my best friend’s daughter.

I didn’t know what desire was until Megan. I had no idea obsession could drive someone insane, until I saw her. I wasn’t prepared for the fact that once I laid eyes on Megan my life would really begin.

I have to have her, no matter what the cost. I have to breed her and bind her to me so tightly she can’t ever get away. She’ll be mine, even if I have to take her.

Warning: this book is ridiculous, over the top, completely unbelievable, and pretty much just about breeding the heroine. If you’re okay with that, welcome to my dirty, dirty book! Just remember, I warned you.

MY RATING: 4/5

I would like to start off this review that I have read this book for the second time now.

For those who are new to Alexa Riley, here’s what you need to know and what to expect. Alexa Riley writes short novellas following cliche troupes filled with experienced (sometimes inexperienced) dominant men and virgin heroines that are waiting to be taught what to do in the bedroom. It’s erotic fiction filled with multiple sex scenes so don’t expect too much of a plot and character development.

Coach by Alexa Riley follows the troupe of falling for your best friend’s daughter. Yes, she’s barely legal and yes, depending on the friendship you have with your best friend, he or she may be furious with you that you’re in a relationship with their daughter.

It was my second time reading this novella and I must admit, I still rather enjoyed it. It was a fresh twist towards the end when everyone was fully accepting of their relationship and unlike other stories by Alexa Riley, there was some conflict between the two, making readers believe that there may be a slim chance of not having a happily ever after.

MY RECOMMENDATION:

Read it!

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