Fair Game: Women of W.A.R. Book 3

Amy Andrews
Fair Game: Women of W.A.R. Book 3
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Publisher
Escape Publishing
Release Date
February 2018
ISBN
9781489255181
Series
Book 3 of Women of W.A.R.
Genre
Chick-lit, Contemporary Romance

SUMMARY
How to mend a broken heart...

Darcy Clarke would do anything to play for the new Women's Aussie Rules league, even put up with her ex, Tony, who just happens to be the coach of the Brisbane Banshees. Tony stomped out of their apartment – and all over heart – two years ago, but she's moved on, and she deserves her jersey.

As his best friend's girl, Darcy has always been out of Levi's reach, even after Tony dropped her and moved out of the apartment they all shared. Now, two years on and still sharing the same apartment, she should be fair game. But Levi is no closer to getting Darcy to think of him as anything but a roommate and a friend.

But when Darcy injures herself in play, Levi's qualifications as a sports massage therapist are put to good use. Suddenly, their relationship becomes very hands on, and Darcy sees a whole new side of her old friend. A pity he seems immune to her charms. When Tony makes it clear he wants back into her life, she has a decision to make: between the man she once loved and the man who never left her side.

Book Review by Pip (reviewer)
Jan 26, 2018   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
57 people found the following review helpful
I'm going to remember FAIR GAME as one of Amy Andrews's best. For not just the unusual portrayal of a hands-on, sporty, low-maintenance market gardener and the unusual man-bunned, sports therapist, yoga-loving man but also proving, in the world of alpha males and women who sometimes struggle to understand them, that non-stereotypical roles can not only function but function brilliantly.

Who would have thought that an understanding of anatomy would be so useful?

But the best of all? It doesn't take a footy fan to understand the development of the relationship between Levi and Darcy; Amy Andrews writes their friends-to-lovers journey with a sweet but raunchy and believable build-up, concentrating on characterisation instead, up to the point where you're convinced that the clothes have to come off (and thankfully they finally do). Levi came across as one of the best top blokes - understanding, supportive and so thoughtful - I've had the privilege of reading about and while I didn't exactly understand Darcy's initial insistence that a relationship would detract from the many things that were going on in her life, I'm glad that this was resolved fairly easily and quickly with a conclusion that I thought could have benefitted from an epilogue.

Still, FAIR GAME left me a happy camper and considering the reading slump I've been having so far, this just made my day.
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