Wednesday, March 28, 2018

REVIEW - Ditched - RC Boldt

TITLE - Ditched

Releases April 3rd


He's playing for the heart she's had sidelined for years. 


Dating can be a rocky journey. Once the new shine wears off, you may end up with a case of buyer’s remorse.

That’s where I come in. I set the backdrop and coach you through the breakup.

Don't want overblown drama, hard feelings, or a drink tossed in your face? Then I'm your fairy godmother, child.


As an NFL quarterback, endorsement ads and the media pandering after me are all part of the game.

Ivy Hayes is the first woman who doesn't care about my money and the notoriety that goes along with it.

But I'm a long-term guy, and she operates strictly in the now. Which means I need to bring my A-game.

Otherwise, I’ll end up getting ditched.

**Ditched is a sports romance/contemporary romance with a bit of a twist. It is a standalone, full-length novel.**

Johnaka's Review:

“The ditcher and the footballer, 5 stars”

Ivy’s got a past she feels the need to keep buried but she’s also discovered she has a gift. The gift of helping people end relationships cleanly without drama. Ivy doesn’t think the white picket fence and happily ever after are her speed but once she starts hanging around Becket she starts to question just that. Will the woman who loves casual find herself in a relationship? Will the woman who helps others ditch their partners find herself ditched or hitched?

Becket knows what he wants its just a matter of finding it. When his pregnant best friend gives his number to a stranger he knows there must be something about her. When he finds out the woman he’s been talking to is the same woman who’s helping his buddy its like things start to fall into place. Becket knows Ivy’s gun shy when it comes to relationships so he knows to take it slow, but will win her over in the end?

I won’t lie, Ditched got me out of a book funk. I loved how these two interacted with each other and the secondary characters. When the twists came towards the end they were some that I had not seen coming and thoroughly enjoyed it. I cannot wait to see if Boldt gives some of these secondary characters stories of their own.

Star Ratings:
Writing style-5/5

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