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Interference by [Madison, Dakota]
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Length: 217 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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USA TODAY Bestselling Author Dakota Madison returns with another spicy sports romance. This story set in the world of college basketball.

Neuroscience student SEDONA MILLER is perfectly imperfect. She's slightly nerdy and slightly eccentric, but completely brilliant.

When an unfortunate accident leaves SEDONA with an injured arm and she's fired from her part-time job shelving books at the university library she has to find a new gig fast.

The only job available mid-semester is working as a tutor for the athletic academic center. And the notorious bad boy of the university's basketball team, JESSE WALKER, is the one and only guy on the new tutor's roster.

But when SEDONA discovers a secret that could ruin the school's winning basketball team doing the right thing could mean destroying the only guy she's ever loved.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 4309 KB
  • Print Length: 217 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Short on Time Books (8 February 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00STMCY00
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #137,455 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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Amazon.com: HASH(0xadb16630) out of 5 stars 106 reviews
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xad8da018) out of 5 stars Interfernce- loved it! 9 February 2015
By Karen L - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Note: I got an ARC for free in exchange for my honest review. I did not receive any compensation for my review.

Interference was great! This book caught my attention right away and made it difficult to put down ( I finished it in a day!). The author did a great job developing the characters in a short novel. Sedona is a very intelligent, quirky red head. Jesse is a star college basketball player that has the ladies falling all over him. He has a huge secret that could ruin his dreams, but he has done a great job hiding it until he meets Sedona. I loved that the characters are an unlikely match. It proves love is blind and you can't help who you fall in love with. This is not an insta-love story (at least for one of them) and there is a bit of a love triangle but, there is a happy ending and no cliff hanger. I would love a sequel to follow Sedona and Jesse!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xad796c00) out of 5 stars If you love Geeks and Nerds are the New Sexy type books, then you will love Interference by Dakota Madison. 9 February 2015
By Paula L. Phillips - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Some authors you find their books are quite slow and hard to get into, then others you pick them up and keep reading and before you know it, they are finished. Dakota Madison is the latter. All her books are set in College Campus life and feature some sort of sports player that does not fit the norm of the world in some aspect. In Interference , we meet Sedona Miller - she grew up in a collective environment with just her mother Sunny and other families, and now at nineteen she is a college senior studying to be a NeuroScientist . When a klutzy accident causes her to injure her arm, she finds herself in a dire situation as her job at the library requires her to shelve books and the head librarian Alice hates her , so she is fired from that job. Desperate for a new job, she signs up for tutoring and gets paired with Jesse Walker who needs help in his History of Jazz Class. If he doesn't pass this class, then he will fail and won't be able to play basketball which is his whole future and the only thing he has going for him. So begins the tutoring sessions and as they spend more time together of course their chemistry that at first Sedona doesn't want to admit is there sizzles. As they study, Jesse gets all the questions correct , but his tests don't match that result ? What is Jesse's dark secret and why is he setting himself up to fail ? This part of the book made me tear up and it to be honest made me fall just a little bit harder for Jesse as it proved he wasn't just another playboy basketball player. Also in Interference, we discover the background on who Sedona's father truly is and why her mother hated jocks ?

If you love Geeks and Nerds are the New Sexy type books, then you will love Interference by Dakota Madison.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xad68f1f8) out of 5 stars a nice hangover cure 9 February 2015
By MRS M D ATTENBOROUGH - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Independent reviewer for Paranormal Romance and Authors That Rock.

Sedona loses her job after an accident means she can't shelve books. Landing a tutoring gig seems an easy option. But Jesse has worked his way through 2 tutors in as many weeks. He's a basketball player, and thats all he wants to do. But He needs to pass The History of Jazz to stay playing. Sedona discovers a sercet that could cost him his career, or could cost her his love.

When I'm sent a book to read, the first thing I do, is toodle off to Gooreads and/or Amazon to read the blurb, and a few reveiws. This book has a lot of four and five star reviews, so I thought, yeah, gonna be good.

Its not bad, by any means but not really awesome. Its a NICE book. A nice story, with nice characters, with a nic flow and a nice ending. It just wasn't the five star read I was expecting.

The blurb says a "spicy sports romance". It has sports, and it has romance, but I didn't get so much of the spice. It has HEAT, yes, but not so much of the spice. Its also a single person POV, and ya'll know how I feel about those!

I DID like the twist to the "hot sports star having lots of women" theme. AND I did get Jesse's secret very early on, but I liked that. I liked that I could see it all unravelleing under his nose. I LOVED the Sedona's mum and the coach twist! Loved that, did NOT see that coming.

All in all, a nice easy read, nothing too complicated or dramatic, a hand over cure, if a little longer than the usual ones. Its billed as 216 pages on Amazon, but it didn't feel that long, to me, anyway.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xad68f078) out of 5 stars Fun & Fabulous Book! 10 February 2015
By Jessica from Maine Book Momma - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Some books are just an absolute pleasure to read. Everything about them works – the plot, the characters and the way the romance unfolds. You’re lured into the author’s imaginary word world for a few hours and you’re delighted to be there. Interference was one those books for me. It was my first book from Dakota Madison and I loved it.

The two main characters Jesse and Sedona are both college students but they’re having completely different experiences. Jesse is a basketball star – he is adored, worshiped and wanted by everyone on campus. Sedona is at university for her education not a social experience. She might as well not even be on campus because the only people who know who she is are her professors and her best friend.

After reading the book blurb, I completely expected a typical sports romance book – arrogant jock and super sweet nerd fall in love against all odds. The End. But limiting the characters and the plot in this book to those stereotypes or assuming anything about this book is so freaking wrong. Both characters have more depth and experience then their ages would ever tell giving Interference a better than average storyline. They both surprised me.

Dakota’s tale about Jesse and Sedona falling in love is funny and sweet. Their chemistry and personalities are highly entertaining, making their story definitely worth reading.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xad68ad98) out of 5 stars Deep, thought provoking fantastic book that will keep you thinking long after you finish 9 February 2015
By Alwaysscrappin - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Neuroscience major Sedona Miller finds herself suddenly without a job in the middle of the college semester due to an unfortunate accident. Will to do just about anything to make sure she could pay her rent, she takes a job tutoring a member of the basketball team, Jesse Walker. Jesse is a superstar at the college and is used to getting his was on just about anything due to his talent on the basketball court. He finally meets his match when his new History of Jazz professor actually expects him to attend class and participate. However, Jesse has a big secret - one that could have major repercussions for everyone in his life.

Interference is an incredibly thought provoking book, one that illuminates a significant problem in our school system. Jesse's plight broke my heart and made me furious at the same time. I truly hope that this book is a work of fiction, but given the recent headlines, it appears that this problem is quite real. I love how Sedona was there for Jesse unconditionally and was able to support him through his plight. I love how quirky her character was. I highly recommend this book for anyone who loved sports romances, but do be warned that this one will leave footprints on your heart and will make you look at the sports world through different eyes.