- Avon Impulse
- Release Date
- November 2017
- Book 2 of Hellions Angels
Chick-lit, Contemporary Romance
Neve Angel's life is all work and no play, but she wouldn't have it any other way. One of Denver's top sports reporters, she's fought hard to make it in a male-dominated world, and she won't back down from a fight with anyone–not even the Hellions' gruff head coach, Tor Gunnar. Her hostile relationship with the icy Scandinavian is the stuff of local legend.
Tor Gunnar hates dealing with the media; at best, they are a nuisance and at worst, a distraction. And no one distracts him more than the scrappy, sexy reporter who gets him hot under the collar. When he wins a not-so-friendly bet with Neve, he decides it's high time they either kiss or kill each other, and invites her as a date to an out-of-town wedding.
But what happens when enemies become lovers? Will they be able to smother their sizzling attraction, or is it time to start playing for keeps?
Book Review by Pip (reviewer)
Nov 07, 2017 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
15 people found the following review helpful
HEAD COACH is an enemies to lovers romance—a favourite trope of mine—with a conflict built into 'opposing' careers: a sports journalist and the celebrity coach of a famous team who have certainly done enough egging and prodding each side over the years. So it was more than fun to watch that relationship flip on its head one weekend as Tor Gunnar and Neve Angel suddenly waded into uncharted but scorching hot territory.
Yet this conflict that had conveniently put them in opposing camps now worked against their relationship past that infamous weekend—I did cringe at how reactive Neve could get sometimes—though Lia Riley does get through it a little too easily before this rather short story closed on their HEA. But apart from the all-too-convenient resolution that seemed to come out of nowhere that made it all the more unbelievable as a quick resolution, HEAD COACH was still an easy read with the angst kept at a minimum and the immaturity metre dialed to low.
I do like Lia Riley's writing as well; it reminds me of the assured style of Tessa Bailey complete with the dirty-talking alpha males while her characters sometimes get into unexpected situations that came out of the blue. It was my first Lia Riley story and it definitely wouldn't be my last.
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