Wednesday, July 6, 2022

Hard Luck by Sara Ney [Review]

Hard Luck (Trophy Boyfriends #4) by Sara Ney
Format: ebook
Source: borrowed through Kindle Unlimited
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Date read: April 16, 2021

Trophy Boyfriends
1. Hard Pass
2. Hard Fall
3. Hard Love
4. Hard Luck - Paperback | Kindle

Sara Ney
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Synopsis (Goodreads):
Unfortunately, I am not one of those girls. Not when I lost my apartment because my roommate let the lease lapse while I was traveling for work. Not when my brothers keep finding love and my mother keeps reminding me I’m still single. Not after a one-night stand during my older brother’s wedding has me waking up pregnant.

I have to keep it a secret—from him, and my family. I sure can’t tell my brother his teammate, Mateo Jose Espinoza, is the man I slept with. Confident, funny, Mateo…

Just when I thought I’d found the girl of my dreams, she ghosts me. Worse? Her brother refuses to give me her number, and my calls to her office go straight to voicemail. I thought I was a catch; professional athlete, charming, raised with six sisters—I’m a guy who knows his way to a woman’s heart! What reason could she possibly have for avoiding me?

When I finally catch up to True Wallace, I’m going to get the answer.
Thoughts on Hard Luck: It's the lone Wallace sister's time to shine and...well, she's not exactly shining at first. In fact, she's actively avoiding Mateo and spending quality time wrapped around the toilet at Tripp's house. Which is what happens when you're having wicked morning sickness and don't quite know how to tell either the daddy or your overbearing brothers you're in a family way.

Fortunately for True, she has the wisdom of Tripp's 15-year-old neighbor to keep her from entirely crashing and burning. BOY, does True need that wisdom. The lady's a hot mess of indecision and burying her head in the sand. Also fortunately, Mateo's a genuinely good guy who doesn't get too bent out of shape about True ghosting him.

Also, his family is the female version of the Wallace family. MATEO'S SISTERS ARE HILARIOUS! Poor guy. All the sisterly sharing at the pizza parlor probably scarred him for life. HA!

Anywho. The final Wallace has fallen and it is GLORIOUS. We got steam, sass, sarcasm, morning sickness, and Mateo sneaking into Tripp's house to give True a booty call. Those Wallace siblings are over the top and I kind of love them for it.

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