ARC Review – Drumline by Stacy Kestwick


 

 

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Meet the Author:

USA TODAY Bestseller Stacy Kestwick is a Southern girl who firmly believes mornings should be outlawed. Her perfect day would include lounging on a hammock with a good book, carbohydrates, and the people around her randomly breaking into choreographed song-and-dance routines. It would not include bacon, cleaning, or anything requiring patience.

 

 

 

 

BOOK REVIEW

 

Drumline

by Stacy Kestwick

 

Expected publication: September 5th 2017

Genre: Contemporary Romance

 

 


BLURB

Traditions are important. Especially in the South.
College football. Rivalries. Tailgating. Halftime shows.
Some things just don’t change.
Until Reese Holland shows up with her long legs and no-bullshit attitude to audition for the prestigious all-male Rodner University snare line.
It doesn’t matter how much hazing she has to endure from Laird Bronson, with his narrowed green eyes and arrogant smirk. She wants that damn spot, and she’s more than good enough to earn it.
She expects there to be tension. Even friction.
But not sparks hot enough to burn the entire campus down.

 


CORINA’S REVIEW

 

DRUMLINE!!!!

DRUMLINE had everything I loved. College co-eds, a competitive field, explosive attraction, complications, and friendships that last.

DRUMLINE was my first book by Stacy Kestwick. I was impressed by her storytelling, flowing prose, and very likable and genuine characters. Laird Bronson was almost perfect in his honest and palpable desire towards Reese. He was one of those incredibly awesome guys that rarely make it on the pages of a book. Laird, was everything you would want a boyfriend to be, supportive, attentive, and genuinely in love with the heroine. On top of that he had no issue with showing his feelings except for the pesky pecking order, that complicated everything else.

Reese, was one tough cookie!! She wanted to earn her spot on the field, even if it meant bruises, hazing and surviving a grueling elimination process.

DRUMLINE was build on a hierarchy and Reese was on the bottom, and Laird on top. Fraternization wasn’t exactly frowned upon, it just made everything a little more tangled and emotionally complex.

But that’s not all there was about DRUMLINE. The author managed to write a multi layered story that became more heart-wrenching with every chapter. There was depth in those pages that I did not expect.

All in all, DRUMLINE was in parts exactly what I wanted and in other parts much more than I could have hoped for. BRAVO!!!

 

 


 

 

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