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Pick Six (Mavericks Tackle Love Book 2) Kindle Edition
|Length: 278 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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About the Author
Max Monroe is a secret duo of romance authors teaming up under the pseudonym Max Monroe to bring you a sexy, laugh-out-loud new series...& more.;)
New writing partners and long time friends, Max and Monroe strive to live and write all the fun, sexy swoon so often missing from their Facebook newsfeed. Sarcastic by nature, their two writing souls feel like they've found their other half.
Aiden Snow is a romance and erotica narrator and winner of the AudioFile Earphones Award who has been called "the crown prince of audio romance." His rich baritone has garnered a solid fan base and has allowed him to range from paranormal romance to military romance, from "motorcycle bad boy" to "boardroom dom."
Stephanie Rose is a Los Angeles-based romance audiobook narrator. Her recordings include Worth Forgiving by bestselling author Vi Keeland and the popular The Ex Games series by J. S. Cooper and Helen Cooper.--This text refers to the audioCD edition.
- ASIN : B079DX8NQR
- Publisher : Max Monroe LLC (8 May 2018)
- Language : English
- File size : 778 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 278 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 13,440 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I was hooked right from the get go. Six had her very own #cockygate right at the beginning of this book, and it made me laugh so hard.
Six is the bomb1 I want to be her so much. She is funny, feisty, all that and a bag of chips!
I love how she knocks Sean down a peg or two, however I also love how he takes it all on board and goes after what he wants... Six.
I loved getting more of the Mavericks boys, especially QB! I freaking love him and Cat.
And #OhMyThatch he makes an appearance or two!
I love the push/pull between our lovelies, but ugh Six! Girl, enough with the I want him/I don't want him bizzo! I will take him off your hands in a heartbeat.
Pick Six is a return to the snort sputter, coffee spraying, "did they just...of course they did" comedic romance efforts of Max and Monroe (who have recently delved into darker waters with their Stone Cold Fox trilogy - also worth a look).
It has some visits from some old faves, hilarious scenes involving overusage of words I don't think Amazon likes me to use in reviews (the ninja scene, you all get me), detailed descriptions of knees and a little angst (but not too much).
From the outset, Six had my heart; Cassie's little brother had to work for it and although he's too cocky (yes, I did) to make it as my new book boyfriend, he is refreshingly upfront about his flaws and mistakes. I would have liked a little more character growth, as per the first Mavericks book, but otherwise, a solid effort from the ladies, who once again managed to get twisted song lyrics stuck in my head.
We always knew that Sean’s story would be as big as his personality & what a ride we go on for it! We’ve met him a number of times as he’s Cassie’s brother (as in crazy Cassie married to Thatch) & plays for the New York Mavericks (Wes owns the team). So we knew it was always going to take a special kind of someone to hold his interest for more than a few seconds. And then there is feisty, gorgeous Six. She’s a powerhouse & can keep up with the whole of the football team for her day job. So what’s a boy like Sean to do when a woman like Six puts him in his place? What a woman, what a man! Will something temporary become something permenant?
And Sean Phillips? Well, he’s Cassie’s brother so of course we were going to like him! Haha.
This book is perfect if you’re looking for a fun and light hearted read. I sped through it and I thoroughly enjoyed being in Sixy’s world.
Also her chemistry with Sean is awesome, and her bond with the other teammates was wonderful as well.
Full of laugh out loud moments, and some glimpses of the BBB gang, you can’t go wrong. There’s not really much that needs to be said, apart from the fact that this one is so much fun and you won’t be disappointed.
I loved the appearance by Cassie and Thatch, those two might need another book 😉
ARC received for an honest review.
Top reviews from other countries
Sean does not quite understand why Six is so ‘indifferent’ to him (spoiler alerts, she’s not). It did bring Sean down a peg or two. This book brought two very different people together in such a way which is funny, endearing, romantic and swoon worthy. I can’t quite recommend this story highly enough. Sean is a character you just want to claim for yourself and Six is your new sassy girlfriend. Their interactions, banter and camaraderie was definitely worth the read.
Go and pick this book up!
Pick Six is an amazing addition to the Mavericks Tackle Love series! Six is one of my new favourite characters and Sean isn't too bad, himself! I'm not a football fan but this series makes me want to watch it!
I’m halfway thru the book and while I think Six is strong, I think she’s also callous and mean. Two things I don’t care for. I liked that she wanted to give him a taste of his own medicine, (and it was great starting out), but it went on way too long. It’s like the authors didn’t have any other ideas, so they padded the story with just this aspect so they could continue to charge the usual exorbitant amount for the book.
Sean started out cocky and arrogant, but then immediately started questioning his amorous abilities, (in spite of the hundreds of other girls in his past), just because of what she did and said? That didn’t make any sense. Men like that assume it’s the other person’s problem.) Then after their final goodbyes, when he was supposedly in love with her, her decided he was going to F another woman to get over her. (Didn’t happen, but that’s because someone else stopped him.) He just gave up on her and didn’t even care enough to try to tell her how he felt. That’s just bs. The men in these stories are supposed to be better than that.
The humor in this story is minuscule, which I really don’t like because the humor is what drew me to the series to begin with. And again it’s like they've run out of ideas. Either that or they’ve run out of funny. (The only really good spot had to do with Georgia and Kline.) If this story continues to be bad I may have to downgrade my rating.
I made myself finish, but it didn’t get any better. And yes I did downgrade my rating. When a new book comes out I seem to only remember loving the first ones and forgetting the later ones were garbage. I really need to remember to stop buying them because they are certainly not worth the cost.
Issues I had:
They were supposed to be mature adults. Why didn’t they communicate?
If this was mentioned I missed it. Why was she called such an odd name like Six? Was it her name or a nickname? Or was she just called that so the authors had a name to match the title? This may have just been an issue for me and not anyone else.
After they broke up she made a big deal about the pictures she saw of him with the pop star, then constantly thought about him being with other women which made her depressed. She somehow lost the strength she’d had all along and decided to resort to booze, which is always the answer. (Cue eye roll) The pictures and her concerns were never discussed or explained with Sean, they all just magically disappeared.
After the final game, everyone else that she was involved with earlier dropped from the story. The team, his sister texting her all the time, etc. were all a big part of the whole thing, then they just disappeared.
Early on a big deal was made out of the cameraman’s girlfriend so I kept expecting her to show up and do something bad. It, like some other things, was just dropped. Why even mention her to begin with?
The game itself was almost like an afterthought, written so he could grandstand. It didn’t fit the with the other games that were played.
They were together only three months and he proposed? When thru all the previous years he was adamant about getting certain things done first with any relationships coming in last? Did he even meet her parents? That made absolutely no sense. Especially when a big chunk of that time was spent with her being mean to him. And why is she willing to jump into this? When they split he certainly didn’t fight for her, and seemed pretty willing to move on so he could forget her. What’s he going to do the next time they have a problem? He is obviously not to be trusted, so what the heck?
I unfortunately bought this one and the following one at the same time, so I have one more to wade thru. After that, though, I’m done with these authors. These stories are no longer entertaining. I’m also done with their newsletter, which has morphed from funny to dumb as well. I’m sad to see what this series has come to since it started out so strong. This author pairing started out promising, but has slowly reduced to drivel. I think they need to consider going their separate ways and either work alone or with someone new. Either that or have someone sit in their sessions and get a better editor; people who won’t pander and will actually tell them when something stinks. Where these authors used to play well off of each other to get good stuff, they’re now doing just the opposite. It’s just sad.