Review: Bending Bethany by Aria Cole

November 18, 2016 2016 Review Challenge, 3.0 Stars, Book Review, Boring Main Characters, contemporary, ebook, Erotic Romance, Insta-love, insta-love, insta-lust, Kindle Unlimited 2016, Meh, New Adult (NA), novella, Romance, self published, slice of life, Unlimited 0 ★★★

Review: Bending Bethany by Aria Cole three-stars
Bending Bethany by Aria Cole
Published by Self-Published on August 4, 2016
Genres: Contemporary, Erotic, Romance
Pages: 90
Format: eBook
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When Bethany Howard meets international soccer star Jenson Abbot at a bar one night she never expects it will change her life forever.

University classes and late nights spent studying fill her hours, but Jenson is determined to show her what she's been missing. She thinks it's only a one night stand, but Bethany is anything but a fling to Jenson. He's been waiting for someone to make him feel the way she does, her sharp tongue and delicious curves undoing him from the beginning.

Jenson is hellbent on proving he is the man for her, the only man that can make her eyes light up when she laughs and her body sing beneath his hands. But can Jenson convince Bethany that there's more to him than meets the eye? Or will his flirty grin and dogged persistence put her off men forever? Jenson is determined to find out, because he's got one last play tucked in his pocket, The Panty Play.

Warning: Bending Bethany is a whirlwind week of syrupy sweetness with the nerdy girl next door and the MVP soccer star she can't quite shake. Be prepared to be wooed all over again!

Bending Bethany was really, really “meh”. It was quick so I finished it but damn it was boring.

I honestly can say that I barely remembered much about either of the characters – even while I was reading it. It’s another “big sports star meets regular girl” romance but unlike The Perfect Stroke, I didn’t have much to keep my attention (except for the fact I was sick at home).

The characters were boring, the storyline was boring. I was bored.


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