Series: Boys of Fall
on July 8th, 2016
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You can take the boy out of Quinn, Texas, but you can’t take the love for sexy cowgirls out of the boy. Evidently.
Nolan Winters left his hometown after high school, wanting bigger things than Quinn could offer. Years later, he’s a popular journalist, reporting stories that stir him, and also a bestselling author to boot, working on his second book—a biography about one of Texas’ most beloved football coaches, Quinn’s very own Nicholas Carr. Now Nolan’s finding himself home a lot more often. For research. Yeah. That’s the story he’s sticking to. He’s not coming home for sexy, sweet local mechanic, Miranda Doyle. Nope. Not at all.
Randi’s a born-and-bred Quinn girl, more than content to stay there forever. Football, steady work, football, family and friends, football…the small ranching town has everything she needs. And lately, something she wants—Nolan Winters. Never much of an athlete, he’s asked football fanatic Randi for help on the sports details of his new book about Coach. The ins and outs of the game. It isn’t long before Randi would rather help the hot scholar in and out of other things…like her bedroom, and definitely his clothes.
She’s a small-town, C-average ex-cheerleader. He’s a big-city, A-plus bookworm. Their differences could keep their engines running hot…or steer them straight toward a crash and burn.
Anyone who follows my blog knows that Erin Nicholas is one of my all-time favorite authors, so it’s no surprise that this book is another winner from her! Seriously, does she know how to write a bad book??
Unfortunately, this is the last book from Erin in the Boys of Fall series by her, Mari Carr, and Cari Quinn (Look for the other reviews coming soon!). Ever since the second set of releases for this series from these ladies, I was interested in Nolan. I love alpha males, but I find the nerdy ones quite sexy. Two words…newspaper office. But seriously, one of the things I loved most was that Nolan had always had a crush on Randi all through school, and vice versa with Randi. I am a total sucker for that sort of thing. I’m so happy he was able to find a HEA with Randi.
And can we talk about Randi and her nervous rambling? There were numerous times I found myself laughing out loud at her words, thinking, how did Erin transfer my quirky trait into her? She is so cute and someone I could find myself wanting to become one of my best friends. I wish she didn’t think that she wasn’t good enough for Nolan, though. No one should ever have to feel that way, but I know in the real world this happens all too often. I’m happy Nolan shows her she is smarter and more than what she believes.
I have come to love the town of Quinn, Texas and their inhabitants. I am sad to see such a wonderful series coming to a close! But what better way to go out than a wonderful book about opposites attracting?!