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Coach Me Kindle Edition
- ASIN : B088F6V6MJ
- Publisher : Platinum Queen Press, LLC (10 May 2020)
- Language : English
- File size : 547 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 322 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 96,014 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Torres was broody, moody and down right sexy. He had a charm about him I found sexy and even his rudenss was sexy. Maybe I'm weird.
Amber was tough and stood by her roots I loved that she didnt take any crap form anyone.
Shanora wrote about a topic that is still even to this day out there and I loved that she took us to that aspect of it. The depth and soul in these characters made for a captivating read.
Torres and Amber had passion, depth, angst and drama all in one delcious read.
This story pushed boundries and drama and I loved that it took you on those rides.
A book that deals with race, love, drama and loss. Every page keeps you intruiged and gasping for more.
I couldn't love this book more if I tried.
I love a good age gap romance story and Shanora hits those out of the park.
Torres will have you gasp, smile and bite your lip with his mouth, but don't worry Amber will have you smiling just as big this girl is tough and she keeps Torres on his toes.
Amber is a young College student who falls for her older trainer Coach Torres, feeling like she has to prove herself even more Amber pushes herself, she wants to be the best female runner out there. Coach Torres pushes all of his athletes, but when he meets Amber he connects with her on more than just a physical level; is it worth the risk? To lose everything they both have worked for?
While I enjoyed the story and the taboo age gap / student teacher plot I found it hard to connect with both characters. There was a lot of other taboo subjects that were addressed throughout this story, I personally felt that it was a lot to take it.
Williams is a new to me author and I look forward to reading more from her in the future.
Star Ratings; Plot: 3/5 Characters: 3/5 Heat: 3/5 Writing Style: 3/5 Overall: 3/5
There are some heavy topics in here around race in particular and the discrimination that so many people are facing in their everyday lives.
Still a nice read though and am still keen for Shanora’s next book. They are always good reads with some great moments!
Top reviews from other countries
*heroine was a beautiful black woman who was faster than everyone else
*hero was a Hispanic Mexican Male
*it was incredibly timely story, referencing racism and efforts to diversify a traditionally white college.
*there weren't any cliches! Nothing happened The way I thought it would...that's a great thing!!
*the ending was refreshing! Neither the H or the h had to give up what they had for their relationship, making it perhaps the first time I've ever read an ending like that. Both of them decided Not to demand anything from the other and simply made it work.
*a female head coach that wasn't described as overtly feminine and was hard on the players but understanding. Yes, authors, she can be both!
*Hero's mom was Mexican without those tired cliches.
*Author tackled a tough subject in this book with grace and dignity. THIS is how you address police brutality in a novel without being politicized.
I'm sorry if I had some spoilers, but it was the only way to express how much I enjoyed this novel and not vaguely accidentally refer to triggers (none here). Just read the book already!
Choosing BU was a risk for her. Their track team was not culturally diverse. She’d be one of the only women on the team of color. Amber was about to shake things up. Her skill level was already intimidating, but package that with her beauty and her positive attitude, she was a triple threat. She was tough and that thick skin would be necessary, because the racism amongst her own team was going to rear it’s ugly head.
She found her friend circle and a coach that would go to bat for her. Coach Joaquin Torres was not going to allow any discrimination or unsportsmanlike conduct on his team. However, he had no problem expecting the best. Pushing her beyond her limits. Making her work harder than ever. He wanted her to be the champion he knew she was.
Coach Torres was broody, a bit of a loner, but no one could deny how hot he was. He expected his team to give it their all on the track. Coaching a women’s college team was not without it’s challenges, especially when you had your own attraction to one of your runners.
Keeping a professional distance from women you work closely with is hard, but one you share an intense connection with is nearly impossible. Lines are blurring. The tension is at an all time high. Someone is going to break. Resisting the pull between them is impossible, no matter how hard they fight it.
The taboo queen has returned with a super sexy forbidden romance. She delves into relevant topics and doesn’t hold back. We’ll see the ugly side of humanity and the lack of basic human decency. We’ll watch them struggle between doing what’s right and following their hearts. The chemistry will absolutely sizzle. Joaquin is a man who wants to protect Amber, but he also can't let her go. He knows any personal relationship between them is prohibited, but he can't help himself. She knows what's on the line for them both, but the risk is worth it. Both characters struggle with their choices and the consequences that unfold. Their romance is not smooth sailing, but their love is strong. Amber and Joaquin are committed to getting their HEA. A sexy read you will thoroughly enjoy.
One of the other assistant coaches, Coach Torres, not only fights for her but challenges her to be a better runner. His back story is VERY tragic...i cried a bit reading that part!!
Their romance starts slow with both of them refusing for anything to go further... until they can't fight their feelings anymore. Since he's her coach, they have to be very secretive about their relationship. But secrets are hard to stay secret... especially when they are taboo.
I friggin loved this book. As always, Shanora did a wonderful job bringing the story alive. The characters felt very real and I thought the ending perfect. I definitely recommend this book!!
I recieved an ARC for my honest review.