Review – For Forester (For You #2) by J. Nathan

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For Forester by J. Nathan
Series: For You #2 – Standalone
Genre: New Adult, Sports Romance
Release Date: July 19, 2017
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Synopsis

Trace

I’m Alabama’s star wide receiver. I’ve got mad skills on and off the field, and it’s no secret I’m heading into the draft after the upcoming season. But I’m home for the summer to make some cash before my senior year. Being back under my parents’ roof isn’t the ideal situation, but the moment I see Marin, the star of my adolescent fantasies, I know it’s about to get interesting. She may not have noticed me back then, but I’ve got a feeling it’s just a matter of time before she lets me turn those fantasies into reality.

Marin

The last time I saw Trace Forester he was just a kid tearing up the neighborhood on his skateboard. That was when I was foolish enough to think I had the perfect husband and the perfect life. But now my life is in shambles and Trace is back, all grown up, hot as hell, and exuding major confidence. It would be so easy to fall for his good looks and undeniable charm. So easy to let him into my life. Too bad I learned the hard way that nothing worth having ever comes easy.

Review

Flawless. That is the word that comes to mind when I think about this story! When I first saw that this book was up for review I jumped at the opportunity to devour another one of J. Nathan’s extraordinary stories. The moment I got confirmation that it was sent to my kindle I knew there was no way I was waiting any longer to jump into this story, even if that meant I was going to look like the walking dead the next day. Seriously who needs sleep when you have Trace Forester? No one…that’s who!

For Forester was simply AMAZEBALLS and I absolutely adored everything about it from start to finish. This story was totally a swoon worthy read that will have readers on the edge of their seats as they experience all of the emotions within this beautifully captivating story. You get a little bit of anger, heartbreak and a whole lot of love. The instant chemistry between Trace and Marin was undeniable, especially to the people around these two. While others might not have agreed them being right for one another I knew right from the beginning that this story was going to be hot, hot, HOT! These two may seem like an unlikely pair, but they are totally meant for one another (even if the age difference might have a few people questioning their relationship).

Oh and have I mentioned that we get to see Finlay and Caden from For Finlay, the first book in this standalone series. When I found out that Trace was getting his own story I was thrilled because I really liked getting to know him in the first book. I cannot wait to see what the author comes up with next, but I must say I am really hoping Samantha (Finlay’s friend and roommate) gets the next story and her HEA!

AURORA

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About J. Nathan

J. Nathan is the author of five new adult and sport romances with cocky heroes and sassy heroines. When she’s not writing, she’s a total romance junkie! Add an alpha male who’s unlikable in the beginning…even better. She loves watermelon margaritas, guys in backward hats, country music-especially Luke Bryan, and hanging with her family and friends in RI where she lives with her husband and son.

Connect with the author: Website | Facebook | Twitter | Goodreads

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2 thoughts on “Review – For Forester (For You #2) by J. Nathan

    • WhooGivesAHoot 22 Jul 2017 / 12:09 pm

      Thanks for commenting! I am glad you enjoyed this book too!

      Liked by 1 person

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