Kip Carmichael is no pretty boy.
He's a rough. Dirty. Giant. Hair so unruly, and a beard so thick, his friends on the team call him Sasquatch.
The first time Sasquatch lays eyes on Theodora "Teddy" Johnson across the keg at a party one night on Jock Row, she'd been relegated to the sidelines by her jock hungry "friends."
Week-after-week, he watches beautiful but bashful Teddy getting overshadowed, and overlooked. Sasquatch finally broad shoulders his way through the crowd, offering to to be her hairy godmother. But the minute their eyes meet? He's a goner.
Teaching her the RULES for winning a jock will be the easy part. Not falling in love with her is going to be a losing game.
Another hit! Jock Rule is yet another amazing book by Sara Ney. Sara has a unique way of writing jocks in a way that they are the perfect balance of douchebag and romantic. This story is no exception. I really liked that this story fell in the same universe as Jock Row, but featured a new sport. That made this the most unique.
Jock Rule has a great plot. Loner Kip just wants to make it through college and get on with his life. He doesn’t want to mess around with women. He has learned they are not to be trusted. Then you have Teddy. She is also just trying to make it through life. She is more the girl next door than a vixen yet she still catches Kip’s eye. Will one deal turn into more?
I love Teddy. Her insecurities are so darn endearing. It makes her way more realistic. She is such a sweet girl that you just can’t help but love. I really loved watching her blossom. Then you have Kip. He is a great character as well. I love how rough around the edges he is. He is honest, outspoken, and protective. What else could you want?
The heat in this book is perfect for this story. I loved the slow moving heat in the book that turned into a burn. These characters have an interesting chemistry to them. Unlike most books, there is no instant love. I loved that about these characters.
The writing style of this book is interested. The story is told from a dual point of view. The pace of the book is steady. I really enjoyed the atmosphere in this book. I really got the college feel to the book. I also really liked how this story featured different characters.
Overall, I loved this story. I think it had a really good message in it. Especially with the whole friend storyline. I feel like this was such an important storyline for girls to read. I would recommend this book to others.
Writing Style: 5/5
Sara Ney is the USA Today Bestselling Author of the How to Date a Douchebag series, and is best known for her sexy, laugh-out-loud New Adult romances. Among her favorite vices, she includes: iced latte's, historical architecture and well-placed sarcasm. She lives colorfully, collects vintage books, art, loves flea markets, and fancies herself British.
She lives with her husband, children, and her ridiculously large dog.